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Ethically Challenged Koster?

June 25th, 2008 by jjjameson · No Comments

By J. Jonah Jameson

Word around the Capitol these days is that Republican turncoat Chris Koster may soon be the focus of some not-so-subtle attention regarding his lack of ethics.

Now, some would argue that Koster never had any ethics in the first place. That would also be considered hearsay. But this time around, Koster’s ethical lapses are going to be exposed in a newspaper near you.

There is also talk that Koster is keeping company with some Republican staffers, but yours truly — along with most Missourians — are more interested in his abuses of our campaign finance laws than his social life.

All I can say is stay tuned. The clock is ticking on Koster’s dismal chances in the race for attorney general. From what I hear about the pending bombshell, it ain’t going to be pretty.

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  • 1 really? // Jun 26, 2008 at 12:44 am

    Actually, I’d be surprised if this is any more true than Angelina Jolie delivering her twins in the news months ago.

    Talk is cheap, and a lot of people don’t like Koster because they see him as a rising star.

    I happen to know of several times in his private life when placed in difficult situations, he has chosen the high road and said, “I’ve got to tell the truth and do the right thing, even if nobody likes it.”

    As far as keeping company with Republicans on occasion… I don’t quite understand what the problem is there.
    Even when you switch parties, I would hope that you aren’t going to dump all of your friends. I always think it’s a good thing when I see Republicans and Democrats being friends – when they agree to disagree respectfully, but they still like each other as people. What’s wrong with that?

  • 2 agog // Jun 27, 2008 at 6:08 am

    It’s not the fact that he’s already declared a campaign once for Attorney General in 1995 – as a Republican – is it?

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