It appears that it is finally over in the senate race in Alaska between Republican Sen. Ted Stevens and Democrat Anchorage mayor Mark Begich and Mr. Begich has defeated the convicted felon, Sen Stevens.
And, that is a great thing and hopefully the end of the road for the corruption gang of the Republican party.
This is what has taken its toll on the public and its view of the Republican party.
Where do we start?
Clearly, 2006 was a very bad year for the GOP.
Too many bad apples were protected or just ran over the then Speaker of The House, Dennis Hastert. And, the top of the list was degenerate former congressman Mark Foley.
And, then there was the former majority leader, Tom DeLay. Again, when one is indicted and or convicted of a crime, that person at the very least needs to resign. Period.
Now, with the conviction of soon to be former Sen. Stevens, the Republican party can bring people up in leadership that are not tainted by scandal.
And hopefully return the party back to its conservative, reform roots.