But not as tacky as his
refusal to sign the cast on Josh Rogin's
Bunning won't help Rogin
"I walked right up to him," recalls Rogin, a reporter for Congressional Quarterly , "but he just turned and walked away."
Here's the story:
arm when hit by a cab as he
was walking across a street near his
Adams Morgan apartment in Washington, and for his
was ticketed on a charge of "reckless walking."
The cabbie went free.
According to the Daily FishbowlDC Feed, on mediabistro.com , senators "have been very supportive, signing (Rogin's) cast and genuinely expressing outrage (and sometimes amusement) about his
predicament 'Ä¶ with one notable exception."
is determined to build a "60-vote bipartisan filibuster-proof super majority" of cast-signers by the end of this month.
tells me that all day long, as he
walks around the Capitol doing his
runs into others who have had similar experiences with the District police, "so I have begun to realize it's a bigger problem than my personal story."
should try contacting the beanballer's agent.
, who presumably has medical expenses, not to mention pain and suffering, should apply for a grant.
Josh Rogin, reporter for Congressional Quarterly, showed off his cast, signed by more than 50 members of Congress.
was injured by a Washingon taxi, and he
was cited by police for "reckless walking.
The cabbie was not charged.
is having the cast signed to draw attention to the hazards of District cabs.