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Why Is Tom DeLay Even Allowed On TV Anymore? First he shows up yesterday morning on The Today Show in the guise of an expert to speak with Matt Lauer about Republican corruption, sarafem in us and then he pops up last night on Hardball to discuss the Larry Craig scandal with Chris Matthews. In both appearances, sarafem in us disgraced erstwhile House Majority Leader DeLay--the prosecution of whom on money laundering and conspiracy indictments is still pending--spent most of his time grousing about Democratic corruption and the media's alleged double-standard in making hay over GOP scandals while ignoring Democratic ones. That he blathered endlessly on these tired old raggedy-ass talking points is not a surprise; being a Republican shill unhindered by an ounce of integrity or regard for reality is all he knows how to do. What never ceases to amaze, sarafem in us however, sarafem in us is that there are still media outlets willing and eager to give him air time to disgorge his diarrhetic bloviations while treating him like a legitimate source of wisdom and perspective. The guy is a crook to his core, sarafem in us and, sarafem in us far from being gifted with the sort of charisma and magnetism that makes one an irresistible TV source, sarafem in us DeLay is a whining, sarafem in us humorless wreck of a guest with nothing of substance to add, sarafem in us who delivers the same pointless dreck every time to boot. Even aside from the extraordinary list of reasons that his own corruption-laden résumé should exempt him from the guest list of any serious media outlet for all eternity, sarafem in us he makes a terrible guest. So, sarafem in us again, sarafem in us I ask: Why does anyone give Tom DeLay the time of day? He doesn't deserve it. Sarafem in us And neither do we. Melissa McEwan writes and edits the blog Shakespeare's Sister.