Ex republican Governor Robert Ehrlich and first lady Kendal filled in for Tom Marr on WCBM (680AM) in Baltimore back in January .
The good news now, is that The Ehrlich's will be hosting a regular 9:00-11:00am Saturday Morning radio slot , "The Guv Show" following Bruce Elliot, who has been
shafted shifted to the 5:00-9:00am slot - but on WBAL (1090AM).
Only 5 months since losing his re-election bid, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is raising money to keep his campaign office open, to fund grass-roots political organizations and to "confront the ultra-liberal bosses in Annapolis.".. whilst they have been busy halving the Governors fleet of 300 cars.
Bob Ehrlich, who in addition to being paid for his radio gig is writing a book and heading the new Maryland branch of North Carolina law firm Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice. His wife Kendel has taken a consulting job as a director of the Bank Annapolis. "She will act as an ambassador-at-large in the community by promoting the Bank and developing important business opportunities for us," said Chairman and CEO Richard M. Lerner. Bob is also the Mid-Atlantic chairman of the doomed Giuliani Presidential campaign he might stick on Guliani agreeing to federal funding for abortions but he agrees with on gun control - he voted to reduce the time for checks on gun buyers from 72 to 24 hours - which doesn't fit too well with Kendal's remark at a conference on domestic violence at Hood College in Frederick, "Really, if I had an opportunity to shoot Britney Spears, I think I would." in October 2003. She later apologised ...so that's alright then.
Whilst he was a Congressman he also sponsored a Congressional Resolution expressing solidarity with Israel:(House Resolution Sponsorship 02-HR392 on Apr 18, 2002)
- [The United States] expresses solidarity with Israel as it takes necessary steps to provide security to its people by dismantling the terrorist infrastructure in the Palestinian areas; and
- Commits to Israel's right to self-defense and support for additional U.S. assistance.
- Condemns the recent wave of Palestinian suicide bombings and the ongoing support and coordination of terror by Yasir Arafat and other members of the Palestinian leadership.
- Demands that the Palestinian Authority fulfill its commitment to dismantle the terrorist infrastructure in the Palestinian areas.
- Expresses concern that Arafat's actions are not those of a viable partner for peace.
- Urges all Arab states to declare their unqualified opposition to all forms of terrorism, particularly suicide bombing, and all parties in the region to pursue peace in the Middle East.
- Commends the President for his leadership in addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
- Encourages the international community to take action to alleviate the humanitarian needs of the Palestinian people.