With all the news focused on DeLay's use of the Terri Schiavo case as a distraction away from his scandals, it's important to get a reminder of the culture of Washington. And that's what you can find in today's Washington Post. Reporter Jim VandeHei profiles the gains business groups and interests seek from Congress, all greased with hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions.
It's no different than DeLay's agenda, formed by big money contributions from Wall Street, big banks and credit card companies, and the oil and gas industry.
Read the story here.