- The Washington Times - Saturday, May 19, 2001

David Limbaugh´s Commentary column on the nomination of Theodore Olson for solicitor general reaches new heights of conservative hypocrisy (“Fury of a party scorned,” May 15).

Clearly, conservatives are willing to tolerate lying under oath by one of their own. It is indisputable that Mr. Olson gave false testimony under oath before Congress; his recent written answers to questions and law-firm billing records reveal as much. Mr. Limbaugh fails to recognize that the issue isn´t whether he was involved in the Arkansas Project which he clearly was but whether he subsequently lied about it under oath. He clearly did.


MICHAEL HERBERT

Madison, Wis.


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