The best part about the Roland Burris/Rob Blagojevich transcript is where Burris (D, IL), in telling the former governor's brother that he hopes to launder campaign contributions to Governor Blagojevich through his law firm so that if Burris gets the senate seat there wouldn't be appearance of a quid pro quo, also mentions that his partner is in New York trying to turn federal bailout money into contracts for his ailing financial law firm.
Burris: So if I can talk to my law partner who's been, you know, in New York trying to drum up business
Blagojevich: Oh, good for you,...
Blagojevich: good for you.
Burris: 'Cause you know he's trying to get a part of that, ah, Federal bailout stuff.
Blagojevich: Oh, yeah, yeah.
Burris: Okay, 'cause you know we're, you know he's, we've got a financial law firm here so they're trying to get involved in that.
I note here, that as much as this is all madness, aside from this being excellent evidence that Burris perjured himself, it doesn't appear that there's much illegal going on in this conversation.
And by the way, I never did get myself any of that federal bailout stuff...