consultants are sandburs

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Larry Klayman wrote recently as if irritated by something several things.

This link. Medicine has identified an irritable bowel syndrome; but has no named syndrome for irritable characteristics of one end or the other of the digestive tract. Not that the thought relates in any way to Larry Klayman.

News of the "even a blind pig sometimes finds a truffle" ilk, here, where Klayman seems on track of something real. It is the occasional not over the top stuff that Klayman sometimes champions that makes his complexities more interesting than if he were totally askance. It is of the follow the money and then draw rational circumstantial conclusions nature; a conflict of interest appearance and an accompanying arguably bad decision by a trusted public official, favorable to the other outside personal family fiscal interest.

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