Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Senator Frist, there are more cats here to see you.

A lot of cats, Senator Frist. They seem to work for the Securities and Exchange Commission. According to Bloomberg.com:

" The SEC authorized a formal order of investigation of Frist's sale in June of HCA Inc. shares, people with direct knowledge of the inquiry said yesterday. The order allows the agency's enforcement unit to subpoena documents and compel witnesses to testify, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the order hasn't been made public."

Well, that should perk up the old run for the Whitehouse. Nothing like a lot of subpeonas to get things off to a rousing patriotic start. It's possible it is a calculated gamble I suppose. Mess around with stocks enough to get the SEC's interest to distract people from other things. After all, Republicans seem pretty comfortable with run of the mill crooks in high places. So maybe this is a daring gambit to distract people from both the ridiculous spectacle Frist made of himself during the Schiavo debacle and from the enemy of the pure he made of himself with his stem cell position. After all, how bad could he look to the Republican base if he is just another crook?

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