Corruption Indictment For Sen. Stevens

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Corruption Indictment For Sen. Stevens

Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK) has been charged with seven counts of corruption for failing to report more than $250,000 in gifts and services. What do you think?
  • "Geez, 250,000 Alaskan dollars? How much is that in regular dollars?"

    Douglas Wakeford
    Ticket Taker
  • "I'll bet that little children all over Alaska are heartbroken that their hero, Ted Stevens, would do such a thing."

    Tony Legas
    Pollster
  • "I'm sure a thorough investigation will reveal this is nothing more than a series of personal gifts given in exchange for political influence."

    Lisa Julius
    Data Entry Supervisor
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