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Rick asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

Should Alberto Gonzales resign?



I think you mean to say he's down 0&2.

My kids play baseball so believe me I know...

20 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Bush, Cheney, Rove, Rice, Miers, Gonzales--they should all resign. Post-Haste. Ethics is what's in question here and none of them show any sense of the word.

    The fact that Democratic candidates are investigated on a 7 to 1 margin nationally at present, combined with the confirmed Texas FBI/Rove connections of the past show an ugly pattern of malfeasance. We don't need a consigliere as our lead lawman!!

    You'd have to be pretty ignorant to deny the onslaught of evidence and cover up tactics.

  • croes
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    4 years ago

    Bush is one among those people who won't have the ability to admit his close very own buddy is a d*mned fool!! Loyalty is an admirable trait in canines yet whilst Bush became extremely a servant of the people then Gonzales might by no ability have even been nominated!! Gonzales resigned using fact he finally discovered that if all and sundry despises you and could no longer artwork with you then you might besides bypass abode for some peace and quiet!

  • 1 decade ago

    No, and for the following reasons.

    These people are in appointed positions, which means, at any time, they can be let go.

    Clinton fired all 93 when he was sworn into office, so whats the big deal??

    The President is the one who appoints these people and if they are not doing their job, not progressing in the battle against crime, fire them.

    There is no reason for anyone to resign cause its not illegal, no matter what some of the liberal left say. Its one of those "do as I say and not as I do" situations. Its OK for the democrats but not OK for the repubs.

    Hey, lets be fair about the whole thing.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No. He knows where the bodies are buried. It's freakin' POLITICS. It's not going to be 100% clean nor should we expect it to be.

    And yes, I would have the same answer if the POTUS were a Democrat.

    The problem isn't that the way they spend our money and use their power go beyond certain rules.

    The problem is they have too much of our money to spend and too much power.

    It's like corruption cases - I don't care that the bridge to nowhere was built by a construction company that donated to some Congressman's campaign - I want fewer bridges to nowhere built, period.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    That might be interesting.

    I thought no one on earth could be more whack than Ashcroft. (singing when eagles fly, fly eagles fly)

    But Bush out did with Harriet Myers and Gonzales.

    Imagine the third strike Attorney General.

    The president is up to bat. The pitcher a savy American has him down 2 & 0 it's the wind up and the pitch. AND BUSH SWINGS...

    Go big Red Go

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Only if Bush resigns first, Cheney next and then Gonzales. Or maybe Rice should go before Gonzales. Or maybe Cheney should go before Bush. Or.....Oh hell, let them all resign. At once.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    A better question is, which member of the Bush adminstration shouldn't resign?

  • 1 decade ago

    No! But, I'm really angry with him for kowtowing to the media at his lame press conference as well as the Administration for not blowing this lame non-issue out of the water. When will they learn that there is no point to trying to appease liberals?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    NO. He did nothing wrong, unless not investigating why a sitting member of the house intelligence committe who knows two people who were convicted of bribing him, has not been investigated. (Rep. William Jefferson D-La)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    For what? Because Democrats and a few anti-Bush GOPers say he should? Is that a good enough reason?

    I don't think so.

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