Okay, this story is from Salon.com, which isn't as good as it used to be, and now you have to sign up to the site to read the entire article, so if that's not your bag, then that's fine with me because I think that's bullsh*t. But, this is a very good article, and I thought it would be worth sharing with interested parties. It begins...
"Print it out, send it to Harry Reid, or just read it and weep. Here are 34 scandals from the first four years of George W. Bush's presidency -- every one of them worse than Whitewater."
You can click a link to watch a 20-second advertisement, and that gives you a free 24-hour pass to Salon.com. That way, you can read the entire article.
EDIT: They've changed it a bit in the last few months. Apparently you click on ads within an article, and at the bottom and in faded print, you get a link that reads something like, "No Thanks! Click here for a free day pass." I clicked a few wrong things, but I eventually found my way to the day pass.
Heard one on the radio (and a hilarious parody of one), but I have yet to hear a real, paid for running of one. I can't think that they are going to make people think "Hmmm, those Saudi's ain't so bad!