Thursday, November 17, 2005

Christopher Buckley: Remedial Ethics

Need a laugh this morning? Christopher Buckley provides a satirical glimpse at a White House ethical training seminar. I'm surprised I hadn't bumped into it in all my 'net travels until this morning. Credit where credit is due, so I link to where I found it.

For those not conversant in Chinese, the post's lead provides background for understanding Buckley's column, noting some of the ethical issues implied and the players involved in the story, which I found to be very reasonable. (Not to worry, the English version is resposted there in full.)


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