What I find fascinating is that apparently a Democratic President's team hired her? Yet its Republicans always screaming about Dems being totally partisan in all matters.
Terry Richardson wrote:
While she may have had good academic credentials, and was a loyal foot soldier for the GOP, she was apparently lacking in management experience (I"m being very polite here) and common sense. She was appointed because she was a staunch conservative above all else.
I can find no reference anywhere to show who appointed her as Assistant US attorney. Just because it was during the Clinton years does not mean that the administration had anything to do with her appointment. The US Attorneys can appoint their own assistants, as can other designated officials.
Booth Martin wrote:
Did you actually read the story? Even her Senator sponsor has abandoned her.
Rich Rijnders wrote:
What credentials, indeed? What evidence do you have that she was NOT qualified?
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"... Paulose, at 34 the nation's youngest chief federal prosecutor,
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This goes beyond incompetence and reaches towards downright lunacy. What credentials could she possibly have had for that appointment?
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