Political InQueery: The Where Are They Now? Round-up

Photo of Everett Maroon standing in what was once his living room in Washington, DC, with him looking at the camera a little shyly, ignoring a bright lamp on in the background.
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Everett Maroon is a memoirist, essayist, and fiction writer originally from New Jersey and now living in Walla Walla, Washington. His blog is transplantportation.com and he tweets at @EverettMaroon.

Congress sings God Bless AmericaWe've taken a look at the past these past two months. It's like looking at a star, shining brightly from some other corner of the galaxy; by the time the light reaches our eyes, a hell of a lot of time has passed. Okay, it's not like that at all. Many of these stories are more like train wrecks—ugly, despicable, and very messy, with many bodies left as aftermath. But no two moments have been the same.

Feel free to take a look back at the characters—I mean, Congresspeople and Senators—who have fleeted across this lens, but in rough summary:

To those in Congress who didn't have their moment in the Political InQueery sun, don't think you got off scott free. And speaking of scott free, anyone notice that only one person here is doing time?

Final Bitch blog post to come on Friday. It's been great, folks. But I won't say goodbye just yet.


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