Mob Rule

October 2004
New Republic;10/25/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 17, p10
Offers a look at the conduct of United States Republican Majority Leader Tom DeLay during the 2003 vote on the Republican Medicare bill. Rebuke DeLay received from the House Ethics Committee for his conduct; Report that DeLay offered to endorse Michigan Republican Nick Smith's son for Congress in exchange for Smith's support for the bill; Refusal of Smith to be coerced; Threats of other House Republicans against Smith.


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