Marshall argues here  that taking down DeLay is a noble cause, but cautions the cancer of unethical practices has already infected the House. While he may be the worst offender, he's not the only one. Says Marshall: "Much depends on whether DeLay gets nailed on particular instances of criminal conduct. But he isn't a majoritylLeader who happens, possibly, also to be corrupt. The GOP Majority in the House is built on his corrupt practices, his money machine. They define its modes of operation and priorities. "