Esquire has named California representative Henry Waxman, otherwise known as the man who took Dick Fuld and his fellow Lehman-ites to task to what happened for their firm, as one of the 10 best members of Congress. (It’s part of a special Election 2008 feature, so don’t worry; they won’t put the sexiest staffer on Capitol Hill on an upcoming cover.)
Someone must count the costs of this presidency, and Waxman has for years been the most consistent voice in Congress not just calling for Bush-administration malfeasance and constitutional vandalism to be investigated but — with his army of investigators — actually doing something about it. In that, he has been virtually alone.
Does he get your vote?
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