Thursday, 16 April 2009
WAR: "I didn't say that!"
Alaska attorney general nominee Wayne Anthony Ross denies that he advocated that the law should be ignored in filling Juneau's vacant Senate seat.
Wayne Anthony Ross is circulating a letter among legislators saying "I have been advised that there is now a rumor circulating that I have advocated or implied that the law should be ignored when the Senate takes up the issue of approving the governor's appointment to fill the vacant Senate seat for Juneau. ...That rumor is totally false."
But audio files indicate otherwise. Ross told the Alaska Public Radio Network on Wednesday that "the most important thing that can be done by the Senate is not argue what's legal or illegal but to appoint somebody to represent Juneau."
WAR seems a bit desperate.
I'm going out of my mind waiting for the result of the Legislature vote, or tabling, or whatever!
Report from ADN