Missouri had one of the closest Senate races in the country last November, and a week before the election, [recent Bush appointee] Schlozman brought four voter fraud indictments against members of an organization representing poor and minority people. This blatantly contradicted the department's long-standing policy to wait until after an election to bring such indictments because a federal criminal investigation might affect the outcome of the vote. The timing of the Missouri indictments could not have made the administration's aims more transparent.
That's ethics and good government in action. Are you still proud of your Republican party?