For Cal Cunningham ripping off taxpayers was a ‘practical decision’.
Cunningham billed taxpayers for 28 days of expenses, even though he only showed up for 6.
Cunningham got paid thousands, charging us for days he didn’t even show up for work!
And when the newspapers caught him red handed, Cunningham called it a “practical decision.”
Some would call that practically corrupt.
Cal Cunningham: “Practical” corruption.