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Monday, May 16, 2005

NARAL Phishing for Judges?

NARAL is Phishing! Through the Democrats, Naral is looking at the judges who might be next picked for Supreme Court Appointments. Looking at their Finacial records ( talk about non-privacy) they are scrutinizing trying to weed out anyone with Thelogocal Ideas.

The group Varoga and Rice comprised of Mike Rice and Craig Varoga, a former aide to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, are partners in a California political consulting firm.

Their May 5 petition requested financial information on 30 appellate judges in all but one of the country's judicial circuits, including nine widely mentioned Supreme Court possibilities.

Nobody can recall any previous mass request for such disclosures by federal judges. This intelligence raid is financed by the abortion lobby, but it looks to Republicans like a front for Reid and other senators who will consider President Bush's appointments for Supreme Court nominations.

Varoga, a former communications director for Sen. Reid, was national field director for Gen. Wesley Clark's 2004 presidential campaign. While Rice bills himself as an "expert" on "state public-records laws," his special field has been negative research probing the background of political foes.

One of the appellate judges who learned that his financial records were sought by a Democratic political consulting firm told a friend that "he felt violated by this political intrusion." He did not know that the firm's client was NARAL.

Nancy Keenan, who has been NARAL's president some five months, said her organization is concerned about "out of touch theological activists" becoming judges.
In other words, Anyone with Morals!

NARAL has hired private investigators to embark on a fishing expedition to find irregularities in potential selections for the Supreme Court.

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