Bush On Gonzo's Resignation: "His Good Name Was Dragged Through The Mud For Political Reasons."

You know you're in trouble when he starts listing your resume. [media id=2244] [media id=2245] Bush: After months of unfair treatment that has cr

bush-gonzoresigns.jpg You know you're in trouble when he starts listing your resume.

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Bush: After months of unfair treatment that has created a harmful distraction at the Justice Dept. It's sad. (pause) That we live in a time when a talented and honorable person like Alberto Gonzales is impeding from doing important because his good name was dragged through the mud for political reasons.

There's a book called State of Denial. That is BushCo. in a nutshell. Let's talk to Rove about mud slinging. Kerry, Cleland, Murtha, Pelosi and Harold Ford (to name a few) were all swift-boated for political reasons, but that doesn't count, right Mr. President? Michelle Obama is next up on Drudge's list. Anonymous Liberal makes the "Case Against Gonzales"

I've reviewed the entire transcript of Gonzales' February 6, 2006 testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and a strong prima facie case can be made that Gonzales perjured himself lied to Congress [commenter JaO reminds me that Gonzales wasn't under oath; good call, Senator Specter]. Gonzales then repeated this lie under oath this week...read on


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