Friday, December 17, 2004

Giuliani let Kerik become police commissioner even though he didn't fill out the required background form?

No big surprise, really. As Leonard Leavitt pointed out in Newsday two weeks ago,

Kerik's selection came despite the fact that he lacked a college degree - a requirement established in 1985 by then-Commissioner Ben Ward for anyone promoted above captain.

If you bend one rule for a buddy, why not bend 'em all?


A thought I had last night: Tom Ridge resigned after the election. George Tenet resigned during the campaign.

If Ridge had resigned during the summer, do you realize that John Kerry would be measuring the drapes in the White House right now?

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