There was seriously libelous material in this article. I also believe the true life identity of the contributing editor can be made. Further, it is my firm understanding the contribtuing editor is a law student, or a recent law school grad. I do not believe the perpetrator can argue it was accidental, or unknowing; this editor, in real life, can be held to account for (a) malicious intent to defame Mr. Delay, (b) harassing and annoying Conservapedia Sysop's with his actions, punishable by up to two years in jail under current law.
Seriously boys, it ain't a joke no more, especially once your real name is known. RobS 00:43, 4 June 2007 (EDT)
He was not forced out, though Democrats would like to think they did. He resigned over ethics charges. Something that is a rare occurrence amongst Democrats.--Jpatt 19:56, 29 June 2009 (EDT)
- my recollection is that House GOP rules required anyone under indictment to step down as a leader. he did not imediately resign from the House--he ran for renomination (and won the primary), then resigned from the House--but I need to check on the dates.RJJensen 20:13, 29 June 2009 (EDT)