Sunday, May 28, 2006

Ehrlich Calls Corruption "Integrity"

Late last week, public watchdogs filed a lawsuit accusing Governor Ehrlich's personal attorney of lobbying without registering with a state ethics board. It took only one day for Ehrlich to declare the lawyer "the most integrity-laden individual I have met in the legal profession," according to The Baltimore Sun.

So lets get things straight. Under state law, Annapolis lobbyists must register with an ethics board. Ehrlich's lawyer, David Hamilton, did not register with the board. Then he went and took a job heading up the lobbying department at Ober / Kaler. And then he went and attended meetings to argue on behalf of a company in favor of installing a liquefied natural gas facility in Dundalk.

And Ehrlich calls this "integrity?"

from The League: Reassembled

1 Comments:

Blogger OnBackground said...

Talk about a bad atmosphere in Annapolis...

5/30/2006 01:13:00 PM  

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