Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Vodcast -- Two Sides of Every Story

On Monday, Congressman Jefferson said there are two sides to the story of his taking $100,000 from a government informant.

"I have been racking my brain all day and calling people, wanting to know what could be the other side of the story for a congressman having $90,000 of cash in his freezer. And the collective wisdom of my friends have not been able to come up with anything. But if he can come up with a reason for this, I'm waiting here, man. I want to hear it, because I can't think of it." -- James Carville, on CNN, on Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA).

While James Carville may not know what the "other side" is -- we've figured it out in today's vodcast. (Taegan Goddard's PoliticalWire.com)

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