There is a new and interesting piece in The Washingtonian, looking at Jack Abramoff from a--gasp--human side. Think what you will about Jack, and I don't think very much more of him than say, herpes, but his descriptions of those who denied knowing him after he got into trouble is still really interesting stuff.
On Bible thumping hypocrite/forced abortion supporter Ralph Reed:
Jack said the career of his former friend Ralph Reed, then running for lieutenant governor of Georgia, was 'flushing down the drain with his outright lies about his relationship with me.'Or, geriatric retard/thankfully former U.S. Senator Conrad Burns:
Jack expressed anger at politicians who now claimed they never knew him. He was particularly annoyed that Montana senator Conrad Burns had been quoted as saying he wished Jack 'had never been born.'Check out the rest for his thoughts on others such as The Decision-Making Decider, House Minority Leader/automatic tobacco-check dispenser Boehner, etc.
'Was he wishing I was not born when we were together in Florida, or when we were dining at Signatures, or when he was using our sports boxes or getting tons of money?' he said later in an e-mail.
It's pretty fascinating stuff.