The gentleman from Louisiana is recognized

Former Congressman Robert Livingston continues to disappoint those who try to enlist him to attack Republican leaders. Last year, he declined the New York Times’ invitation to write an op-ed piece calling for Tom DeLay to step down.
Now Livingston has rejected the invitation of a former House colleague to sign a statement criticizing President Bush for wielding too much power in the war on terrorism. Here is how the honorable Mr. Livingston responded:

… I have always considered you as a good friend, and I continue to do so. But since you raised it, I must tell you

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The gentleman from Louisiana is recognized

Former Congressman Robert Livingston continues to disappoint those who try to enlist him to attack Republican leaders. Last year, he declined the New York Times’ invitation to write an op-ed piece calling for Tom DeLay to step down.
Now Livingston has rejected the invitation of a former House colleague to sign a statement criticizing President Bush for wielding too much power in the war on terrorism. Here is how the honorable Mr. Livingston responded:

… I have always considered you as a good friend, and I continue to do so. But since you raised it, I must tell you

Responses