The Jan. 30, 2004, letter said Myers showed "outstanding legal reasoning" in his work on endangered species, Indian affairs, federal lands and water, timber, and fish and wildlife issues.Now, Salazar says he isn't sure.
He said he won't decide how to vote on Myers' nomination until the confirmation process is completed. "The perspective I had (at the time of the letter) was one that came from serving as attorney general and working with Bill on Western issues," Salazar said Tuesday. "I now have a broader responsibility of voting up or down. I have to look at his record."Salazar would have us believe he is "bridging the partisan divide." Our Democrat-turned-Republican former Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell approvingly refers to him as a moderate Democrat. What they both mean is he's a conservative Democrat....a Republican lite. But then, Democrats knew that before electing him.
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