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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Teddy tells it true

Mark in Mexico pointed me to this quote:

"[Conservative bloggers have] got material out there that we don't know about," complained Sen. Edward Kennedy, who's leading an effort to force the White House to turn over any documents it has on [Supreme Court nominee John G.] Roberts.

Yeah, or at least material that he pretends he doesn't know, like DC Circuit caselaw on privilege that's been carefully hidden in the Federal Reporter, Third Series.

Posted by Beldar at 12:10 AM in Law (2006 & earlier), Politics (2006 & earlier) | Permalink


Other weblog posts, if any, whose authors have linked to Teddy tells it true and sent a trackback ping are listed here:

» Senator Kennedy and Judge Roberts from Another Rovian Conspiracy - St Wendeler

Tracked on Jul 28, 2005 7:15:43 PM


(1) ed in texas made the following comment | Jul 28, 2005 12:31:07 PM | Permalink

Yeah, Teddy, how ya gonna subpoena info from someone you claim doesn't know anything?

(2) John A. Wilson made the following comment | Jul 28, 2005 12:54:35 PM | Permalink

New to your blog. I'm enjoying it. This post just tickled me. Great staff work by the senator from Taxachusetts.

BTW, I'm a lawyer too, recently of Missouri and now of (gasp!) California.

Anway, I'll try to link you to my co-conspirators over at Another Rovian Conspiracy (I'm still impaired with this techy stuff.)

Keep up the good work.

John Wilson
Salinas, Ca.

(3) John Wilson made the following comment | Jul 28, 2005 2:31:12 PM | Permalink

Oh yes, guess you'd like a URL...


(4) triticale made the following comment | Jul 29, 2005 7:24:20 AM | Permalink

Better yet, here's the link, courtesy of one of the more geekoid readers here.

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