Friday, April 20, 2007


The New York Times is driven to snarkiness by Gonzales' performance in testifying before the Senate:
If Attorney General Alberto Gonzales had gone to the Senate yesterday to convince the world that he ought to be fired, it’s hard to imagine how he could have done a better job, short of simply admitting the obvious: that the firing of eight United States attorneys was a partisan purge.

Mr. Gonzales came across as a dull-witted apparatchik incapable of running one of the most important departments in the executive branch....
They even go on to say that it's becoming ever more critical that Rove et al. testify to clear up who really was calling the shots on this one. Fight on!

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