Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito Jr. said yesterday that he did nothing improper when he ruled in cases involving two financial firms in which he held accounts, although he had told the Senate 15 years ago that he would step aside in matters involving the companies...read on
When is a lie not a lie? Let's ask judge Alito. Can I have a ruling please? He's using a technicality to justify his actions. If you're a judge you can't even hint at the possibility of something like this. Tom Delay's lawyer got Judge Robert Perkins removed because of some small money dealings and the slightest hint of impropriety. What's the difference here?