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Thursday, August 18, 2005

Did Somebody Call for an Auctioneer?

This is from an editorial in the WSJ where it notes the excess demand for bribes when the price is as low as a round of golf:

...We've been raised never to trust a politician, but we also don't recall meeting any who can be purchased by 18 holes...

I'm wondering how much more than that they had to pay to clear the market.

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