04/04/2006 10:53 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

The Bugman Goeth - A Kodak Moment

Exit the Exterminator. Justice DeLayed but not denied. His noble sacrifice came after he claimed to have followed the devout religious practice of fasting to get insight into God's will.

I'm not exactly a master at Photoshopping images, but I had a picture in my mind today of where Tom DeLay was going and how he was going to get there. Here it is:

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The GOP's duly elected voice in Congress may not end up in jail, I suppose. He's still got lots of friends. But if he does go, it should be in a vehicle decorated in honor of his last honest occupation - driving around Texas killing cockroaches. Let him ride out of town the same way he rode in.

Call it justice, karma, payback -- it's a bitch. Tom, you shouldn't have bothered fasting. Anybody who's been paying attention could've told you that God's will would be for you to hit the road.

It's not just the corruption that's doing you in -- it's the souls of all those cockroaches. They're waiting to meet up with you again in some backwoods prison. They might just mete out a little justice, X-Files style.

Enjoy the ride. You've got it coming.

A Night Light