WASHINGTON - Eric Holder, President-elect Barack Obama's choice for attorney general, will earn $4.6 million from his law firm this year and next, including deferred compensation and a separation payment.
In a financial statement provided to the Senate Judiciary Committee and made public Wednesday, Holder said he will earn $2.1 million in partnership compensation this year from the law firm of Covington & Burling. He will receive another $2.5 million next year in deferred compensation, partnership earnings for work performed this year and a separation payment.
Holder's total assets are $5.7 million. He listed no liabilities.
He has $1.4 million in cash and in banks, $1.9 million in real estate and $1.3 million in pension-and-retirement savings plans.
Let me be 100% clear: I AIN'T MAD AT HIM
Besides - this blog AIN'T ABOUT OBAMA
IT IS ABOUT YOU ALL!!!
All that I am asking for is CONSISTENCY in your most heart felt positions that you so doggedly state.