October 28th, 2008
01:13 PM ET
14 years ago

Cafferty: Should Sen. Stevens resign his Senate seat?

[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/10/28/art.ted.stevens.gi.jpg caption="Senator Ted Stevens has been convicted on seven counts of fraud."]

Guess who's found himself in the express lane on the Bridge to Nowhere? Alaska senator Ted Stevens is now a convicted felon, another "public servant" who served himself instead of the public. Stevens was convicted on seven counts of fraud, for concealing more than $250,000 in personal gifts. He is the first sitting senator to go on trial in more than 20 years, and just the fifth in history to be convicted of a crime. Stevens is also running for re-election, and this arrogant, fraudulent felon says he's staying in the race and asking the people of Alaska to "Stand with me." Where you're going, Senator, no one is going to want to stand with you. And if you had any honor or decency about you, you'd get out of the race.

Alaska, one of the most conservative states in the Union, is playing a pivotal role in helping the Democrats in this year's election.

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