Can't wash it off...
The slime of corruption is hard to wash off. Tom Delay can't drag congress into a family dispute to hide his corruption. Dave Camp can't deny that he took money from Delay and proposed rules changes so the corrupt Delay would not be investigated.
Campaign for America's future is running ads to tell congress that it is time to wash their hands of the one thing can, Tom Delay.
"Washing Hands"Go to Campaign for America's Future's page on Congressional corruption. See the ad here. Donate money if you can.
Narrator: Tom DeLay. He'd like to wash his hands of corruption.
He'd like you to forget he's been accused of accepting a gift worth thousands from a foreign agent.
He'd like you to forget that two of his close associates have been indicted for money laundering.
Tom DeLay can't wash his hands of corruption by involving Congress in one family's personal tragedy.
[Onscreen: www.ourfuture.org, paid for by the Campaign for America's Future.]
But Congress can certainly wash its hands of Tom DeLay.
Remember Dave Camp and Congressional Republicans are corrupted.