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Setting a trap for Morrisey

July 29, 2013

If you ever doubt politics permeates much that is done in Charleston, consider West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s dilemma....

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Aug-01-13 6:44 PM

Well said "Suttle"

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Jul-29-13 3:35 PM

Al Capone type actions could not soil the AG's office any worse then Mr. Morrisey's precedessor.


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Jul-29-13 11:52 AM

Attorney General Morrisey has been caught in a trap of his own doing. How the News and Sentinel can write such an editorial with a straight face is beyond belief. The smell of possible abuse and conflict by Morrisey have riddled any credibility that the Attorney General may have had...between Morrisey and his contacts with drug companies and their executives, coupled with the fact that his wife is a big time lobbyist for a health care corporation has severely tainted the office of the Attorney General. No amount of words from the News and Sentinel can change that now. While wrong doing may not have taken place yet, the appearance is overwhelming that Morrisey and his wife are nothing more but puppets who are controlled by strings that not only lead to, but are pulled by the corporate fat cats on "K" Street in Washington, D.C.. Make no mistake, Attorney General Morrisey's loyalty are to those within the D.C. beltway...not to the citizens of West Virginia.

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