Alberto Gonzales resigns
|Honestly, I wasn't sure what to make of that when I read about it this morning. There was certainly no reason for the Senate hearings he'd been neck deep in for the past couple months, but I've no clue about the DoJ and it's inner workings, so I thought I defer to someone better versed in arena: Capatin's Quarters.|
And the Captain's not alone here. Dean Barnett also thinks Gonzales' resignation was long overdue.
Hugh hadn't really opined on the issue other than to say it's a good chance for the administration to appoint a charismatic, young, anti-terror guru to the post.
So, adios Alberto. I think you got a bit of a bum deal, but hey, that's life.
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