Errol Souther, the TSA nominee was caught in a lie during the hearings. Souther used his FBI position to do 2 separate searches on his ex-wife's boyfriend. He later testified that HE didn't do the searches, but someone else did. A short time later it seems his memory returned and it was HIM that did the illegal searches. He regrets his error in judgement.
Shouldn't the head of the Transportation & SAFETY Aministration be someone that tells the truth AND someone that wouldn't use their position for illegal purposes?
Not only did he lie, there was the abuse of power thing.
No kidding. I wonder if those that practically lynched Sarah Palin because of her brother in law are as up in arms about this guy's abuse of power? Somehow I doubt it. It would have looked better if he had just admitted it.
I also agree with Lori. He would fit right in.
Answer by QuinnMae at 5:27 PM on Jan. 3, 2010
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Answer by LiliM at 3:30 PM on Jan. 2, 2010
Lili, just because you snoop on your ex, don't project your own shortcomings on everyone else.
"Everyone does it" is an excuse of teenagers, not mature adults.
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