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Two senators rejected Bob's offering outright, and one of them spoiled the party by also blowing the whistle, which led to quite a press scramble to have the other bribees explain themselves.
Doris Haddock is her name, known to her family and now to countless numbers of us who have been touched by her great spirit as Granny D.
We need to take up a collection and buy him a brain cell."The embarrassment of Bo Pilgrim came back to me in early January, 1999, when I first heard about quite another kind of pilgrim.
Bo Pilgrim is a big-time chicken processor in East Texas, but he wasn't known to the average Texan until he committed such a faux pas inside our state capitol that he became a political embarrassment. At 89 years of age, she has embarked on an extraordinary pilgrimage.
Now, you've really got to go some to rise to the level of "embarrassment" in Texas politics, where we often elect embarrassments to high office just for their amusement value (I'll not stoop to naming any names here, but someone with the initials P. Beginning New Years Day this year at the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California, she set out to walk the entire breadth of this great country, all 3,000 miles of it, to the Nation's Capitol.