Taking defiant swipes at “the left” and the press, he said he feels “liberated” and vowed to pursue an aggressive speaking and organizing campaign aimed at promoting foster care, Republican candidates and a closer connection between religion and government.
Wow. I feel liberated, too. Seriously, it’s good for everyone, Republican, Democrat, and independent alike.
UPDATE: In the comments, David points out this little tidbit from the Time article:
He said he will change his legal residence to his condominium in Alexandria, Va., from his modest two-story home on a golf course here in the 22nd District of Texas. “I become ineligible to run for election if I’m not a resident of the state of Texas,” he said, turning election law to his purposes for perhaps on last time.
You gotta chuckle at that. Ronnie Earle, Jack Abramoff and DeLay’s now ex-staffers chased him out of Texas to Virginia?
Now hey … what’s Santorum’s excuse?