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March 25, 2007

Is AG Gonzales going to persevere?

Media coverage at How Appealing here and here and here have me really unsure whether AG Alberto Gonzales is likely to survive the purge pandemonium.  Whether Gonzales will persevere, my personal view is that, because his credibility and wisdom is now so suspect, I doubt he can be a truly effective head of the US Department of Justice for the next 22 months.  Ironically, for some of the reasons being cited to justify the US Attorney firings, I think it is probably time for AG Gonzales to be encouraged to move on.

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my pal joe says it is time for al to go..


Posted by: mia | Mar 25, 2007 9:05:07 PM

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