Cockroaches

The Democrats haven't moved all the way in yet, but their house is already crumbling.
RESIDENTS of a model housing estate bankrolled by Hollywood celebrities and hand-built by Jimmy Carter, the former US president, are complaining that it is falling apart.
Blagojevich is doing his best Bill Clinton imitation, demonstrating how the lack of a conscience is the most important quality that an American politician can possess.
Fairway Oaks was built on northern Florida wasteland by 10,000 volunteers, including Carter, in a record 17-day “blitz” organized by the charity Habitat for Humanity. Eight years later it is better known for cockroaches, mildew and mysterious skin rashes.
Harry Reid and the liberals in Congress are determined not to let a black man take the senate seat he's been legally appointed to.
A forthcoming legal battle over Fairway Oaks threatens the reputation of a charity envied for the calibre of its celebrity supporters, who range from Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt to Colin Firth, Christian Bale and Helena Bonham Carter.
Bill Richardson joins Blago as a Democratic Governor under investigation, but no one is challenging his right to exercise the authority of office.
The case could challenge the bedrock philosophy behind Habitat for Humanity, claiming that using volunteers, rather than professional builders, is causing as many problems as it solves.
Leaving one to wonder to what degree Barack Obama is connected to what is going on in Illinois.
One resident said her children were suffering from skin complaints. “The intentions are good, but when the politicians and big-shot stars have left we’re stuck with the consequences. This house looks pretty but inside it either stinks or sweats,” she said.
The Democrats house seems to be built on a faulty foundation.