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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 1 decade ago

Alberto Gonzales, Loyalty to a Fault?

Update:

Giving One's Verbal Oath of Loyalty to the Constitution, Should Mean Something.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Alberto Gonzales, a lawyer who's never practiced law, but who has been Bush's toady since the Texas debacle. Alberto appproves torture and the politization of the Justice Department. He has no pricniples, but he is loyal to his master.

  • 1 decade ago

    Oh yeah. Watch those subpoenas fly. The cast will be incredible. And another Karl Rove email.

    These were all Bush appointees.

    These firings are highly unusual, particularly because they involve no allegations of misconduct. A Feb. 22 Congressional Research Service report, "U.S. Attorneys Who Have Served Less than Full Four-year Terms, 1981-2006," showed only five cases in 25 years in which U.S. attorneys were forced to resign(mid term). It's normal to fire other President's attorneys-Clinton and Reagan both did but this is very different.

  • jim h
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    1 decade ago

    I don't really care about the judges who got fired, as far as I'm concerned they don't even owe the congress an explanation for that. What does bother me is that we have 2 border agents sitting in prison for doing their jobs and drug dealer running around free for helping to put them there. If he can't fix that situation and get these men released he needs to resign. After that if our congress can't get these men released then the entire congress needs to resign.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You shouldn't lie to congress on the same day documents come out proving what you say is a lie.

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