Tom DeLay can be hard to like.
The former House majority leader seems to see everything through a partisan lens. He says remarkably caustic things about his foes. When you think it might be a good time for him to be humble, he puts on a matador outfit and dances across your TV screen.
But put that aside if you’re able.
He goes to court on Wednesday in Austin, hoping to overturn his convictions for laundering campaign finances and for conspiring to launder that money, and to thus get out of a three-year prison term that hasn’t started ...