Four people nominated by the president for federal judge posts in the first nine and a half months of his term have been rated "unqualified" by the American Bar Association. The latest, Brett Talley, thirty-six, has never tried a case and failed to disclose his marriage to one of the president's lawyers. Judge Talley writes books on his investigations into "paranormal activity".
Given the care with which the president makes these appointments, we should not be surprised to learn that this man may be under consideration, should the Nine Very Wise Souls in Washington see a vacancy.
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