Via Blue Texan. Apparently the Republican Senator from Georgia doesn't like it when asked normal questions by a reporter about refusing to honor a
November 21, 2008

Via Blue Texan.

Apparently the Republican Senator from Georgia doesn't like it when asked normal questions by a reporter about refusing to honor a subpoena in the lawsuit against a sugar company that sought his help to insulate them from culpability in the wake of an explosion at one of its plants that killed 14 people.

As he makes the cameraman say hello to Mr. Hand, he mutters:

"You can take it away now."

So evidently, not only is Chambliss above the law, he's above any kind of accountability to the public. Sounds like a classic Republican to me.

Go Jim Martin!

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