Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has some major ethical issues regarding his nondisclosure of a huge payoff from a sweetheart land deal. There are also questions regarding whether the land payoff was part of a quid pro quo for Reid's intervention on behalf of a lobbyist.
Power Line (above) and Captain's Quarters have the analysis.
This may receive some scattered mentions in the mainstream press -- such as the stories about Reid hanging up on an AP reporter -- but you can bet that if Reid were a Republican the media would be swarming this story just as they have the Foley story, in an attempt to influence the election.
When it comes to mainstream media coverage of Reid's problems, I'm betting it's going to be very low key.
Thursday Update: Captain's Quarters has more.
Rush Limbaugh wants to know where all the screaming Democrats and media members are who are supposedly so concerned with corruption in Congress. Apparently they only care if a Republican is involved.