Monday, August 27, 2007



#4 in what appears to be a series of W cronies executing their "exit strategies" is Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alberto_Gonzales). Let me tell you, if you go before Congress and testify that you were not involved with making decisions that are part of your job, you need to resign on the spot. If more than half your answers to questions about your job are "I don't recall", you need to quit. This wasn't a pop quiz about a randomly chosen event. He had time to prepare. Choosing federal attorneys is important business. How does anyone sit before Congress and testify to having so little knowledge? That takes balls. Too bad the office of attorney general also requires brains.



CateGoogles: political_silliness
Mood = unimpressed

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Alberto goes bye-bye


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