Needless wordsman du jour

The Washington Post
Sunday, Mar 28, 2010

By Robert O’Harrow Jr.

The firm owned by the decorated general who withdrew his nomination to lead the Transportation Security Administration had received a consulting contract worth almost $100 million from the Army after certifying he was a “service disabled veteran,” according to documents and interviews with government officials.

Pretty long-winded, but O’Harrow’s got nothing on this guy.