Is Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional paid by the GOP?

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by admin1 in political consulting firm

Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional today owns as much as $50,000 worth of stock in a GOP political consulting firm that opposes health care reform. According to financial disclosure forms spotted first by the Huffington Post and then Gawker, Hudson has made between $32,000 and $108,000 in dividends since 2003 from shares of Campaign Solutions, a firm that’s worked for anti-Obamacare crusaders like Michele Bachmann, John Boehner, Sarah Palin, and John McCain.

It gets worse: Ken Cuccinelli, the Virginia attorney general who brought the suit Hudson ruled on today, paid Campaign Solutions $9,000 for services rendered this year. But Campaign Solutions maintains that that doesn’t amount to a conflict of interest because Hudson was an investor long before George W. Bush appointed him to the bench, and has no knowledge of the firm’s day-to-day affairs.

http://www.newser.com/story/107483/judge-who-nixed-health-care-owns-stake-in-gop-firm.html

Unbelievable compulsive denial from the right.

No, he is just wrong. He is simply another in a long line of folks who is dedicated to making Obama a one term President. If you let him, he wins.

We require insurance to drive – we can require health care.

7 Comments on “Is Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional paid by the GOP?”

  1. HEY YOU

    Conflict of interest is normal in the government. You can easily go to both political parties and find evidence of it in the current administration and previous ones. It’s just a fact of the US government until campaigning is cheaper and open to the common man who wishes to run.References :

  2. Don

    Do you think that you and your bloggers are the only people who have ever thought of this? If there were a conflict of interest, this judge would have been off the case long ago.References :

  3. Bob Rat

    I’m guessing the judge that just dropped charges against the guy accused of providing the 8 year old with the Uzi he shot himself is on the NRA payroll.
    SINCE THEY DIDN’T EVEN DENY HE GAVE HIM THE GUN!References : Pathetic. Does keep the Bubba population down though.

  4. Thinking

    It would only take a competent judge to rule Obama’s healthcare scam as unconstitutional.References :

  5. PoBoy

    No, he is just wrong. He is simply another in a long line of folks who is dedicated to making Obama a one term President. If you let him, he wins.

    We require insurance to drive – we can require health care.References :

  6. nokilleye version 2.0

    The GOP doesn’t pay, it only takes donations. No, Henry Hudson is paid by health insurance companies.References :

  7. suthrnlyts™

    Nope. Unlike the liberals, he actually read the Constitution and understood it.References :

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