"Representative Pallone's assertions stretch believability to the breaking point and approach the territory of a paranoid conspiracy theory. Congressman Pallone has politicized the legislative process, and now he's impugned the integrity of an entire office of public servants. To allege misconduct in high places, without facts and on the flimsiest of inferences, is reckless, irresponsible, and sleazy. Congressman Pallone should be ashamed of himself. He owes an apology to the U.S. Attorney's office and his constituents - who would be better served if the congressman focused on the issues he was elected to deal with."
Mr. Chairman, as one of Pallone's constituents, I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment, except for this part:
his constituents - who would be better served if the congressman focused on the issues he was elected to deal with
Pallone, as chairman of the Subcommittee on health care of House Energy and Commerce Committee is one of the architects of HR 3200. I'd rather he keep shaming himself as a caddy for Corzine than destroy our country with his radical ideas.
If he keeps this up, we might finally be able to unseat him.