Seven state attorneys general are now investigating Harry Reid's cash for cloture corruption.
The problem is that even if the deals are "legal" and do not violate written rules of ethics, they are still unethical and immoral from the good government sense.
Sherrod Brown remains silent on cash-for-cloture deals. Maybe he can't figure out what is going on. He really does not seem too swift.
For a recent column on the corrupt deals, read Michelle Malkin.
Update: There are eight attorneys general investigating the unethical deals.
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