Nick Lampson says I know nothing about NASA job

by | Apr 1, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

I twittered about it seconds after talking to Nick Lampson, former Texan Congressman, while Jeff Foust, who was in the media roundtable room with me and others here at the National Space Symposium, later blogged about Lampson’s apparent bewilderment at being fingered as a candidate

But it seems that some people, including NASAWatch, because they hear about alleged meetings, think Lampson is still in the running. He seemed pretty adamant that he was not talking to anyone about the job – and Lampson’s twitter account has no more to say so far either (at 11.36h Mountain Time Wednesday 1 April)

Meetings with members of Obama’s team may be NASA linked but as almost everyone rumoured to be a candidate to get the job so far has ended up with a different job…

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