Sleazy land deals. Free boxing tickets.
Why, it's the kind of thing Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid normally rails against.
But the Atlanta Journal-Consitution notes Reids involvement in a sleazy land deal that scored Reid a pile of money he failed to disclose.
It also says he interceded in another deal for friends to procure a public right-of-way for a land deal they were working on.
And then there were the free boxing tickets he received while considering legislation on the sport.
You know the kind of things he normally chastizes Republicans for.
"Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid would be well advised to stop thundering about corruption in the Republican ranks or crying "cover-up" over the GOP's failure to promptly and appropriately deal with former Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.) and his sexually explicit e-mails to congressional pages. Reid faces too many questions about his own behavior to crusade against the misdeeds of others," says the AJC.