Tuesday, October 24, 2006


Originally posted at MoCoPolitics.

Don't say I didn't warn you this might happen.

And just so you know, the Maryland Court of Appeals has still yet to issue its opinion on the Tom Perez travesty, so how in the world is a trial court supposed to know what the Court of Appeals had in mind when it interpreted the 10 year requirement in the earlier case?

Stay tuned. This could get interesting.


Blogger Mdman said...

This is scary. Would Simms have qualified, either? If they can't win by getting more votes, the Republicans try to win by other means. Holy cow.

10/25/2006 10:50:00 AM  
Blogger Andrew, TheTruthAboutGansler.com Moderator said...

I don't know how I feel about the current litigation. I don't think anyone would say that Doug Gansler doesn't have the bredth of legal experience to hold the job. Apparently the question remains, was enough of that performed in Maryland?

While I do not agree with the idea of said lawsuit (and other politically motivated ones, i.e. California Gov. Gray Davis Recall), but Doug Gansler would be bad for the state on many levels. If I thought he wasn't using the AG's post as a launchpad for bigger things and to plaster his face all over television, I wouldn't feel so strongly against gansler.

You bring up literally hundreds of points, 95% of which are valid here in this blog. But people aren't aware of the other side of Gansler. As I mentioned before, a woman came to me -- still distraught over how Gansler treated her in college -- who had issued a restraining order against Gansler.

I know Stu Simms and Tom Perez would NEVER have done such things. I miss Stu Simms. Is it possible to write his name in if Gansler is thrown off of the ballot?

Who knows. But I agree with you when you say we should stay tuned!

10/27/2006 03:39:00 PM  

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