I'll tell you — if someone negotiated a deal with me and I agreed to put up say, 80 dollars or 80 million dollars or 80 billion dollars and then you came back and said to me a couple of weeks later — no no, I know you agreed to do 80 billion and I know you were willing to help support through an advertising campaign this particular — not even this particular bill, just the idea of generic health care reform? No, we're going to double — we're going to double what you agreed in those negotiations to do. That's not the way — that's not what I consider treating people the way I'd want to be treated
I thought this sort of thing was illegal. Of course, getting Holder to prosecute any one is impossible. If its not illegal, at the very least it's unethical. But then, when did ANY Chicago politician ever let ethics get in the way of anything. After all, in Chicago, the ends justify the means.
via National Review