Monday, May 01, 2006

Democrat Attacks on the Boyle Nomination

Not that Salon is reputable or anything. But here's the latest attempt to derail a nomination

  • May 1, 2006: Salon atacks Boyle for ethics viloations

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    Hat tip to GREAT website for breaking news. MANY items covered.

    May 2 update: Salon has a follow-up article that softens their original criticism (Maybe Boyle didn't know he had a financial stake), but other reports are more convincing than the "didn't know" reason.


    Blogger ncdave4life said... is not trustworthy.

    In the case of Bursell v. GE, Salon accuses Judge Boyle of a conflict of interest which biased him to favor GE. But even the attorney representing Bursell says that Salon's article was "misleading and inaccurate."

    Read Bursell's letter here:
    Or if that link no longer works try:
    Or if that link doesn't work try:

    -Dave Burton
    dave374 at burtonsys dot com but please no spam

    5/03/2006 4:02 PM  
    Blogger ncdave4life said...

    oops, typo... sorry... I meant "read Bursell's attorney's letter," of course.

    -Dave Burton

    5/03/2006 4:08 PM  
    Blogger cboldt said...

    Senator Leahy is piling on in this May 9 statement on the occasion of the Kavanaugh hearing.

    Leahy says that President Bush should withdraw the Boyle nomination based on negative calls from law enforcement in North Carolina. Senator Leahy goes off on a tangent of counting the number of nominations handled and confirmed, and comparing the record of the Senate under President Bush with the record of the Senate (and the Judiciary Committee) under President Bush and Chairman Hatch.

    5/09/2006 5:26 PM  

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