"Passive Exonerative Tense" courtesy of lifeclever And it's not even April 1st: Negative news coverage may have cost former Attorney General Albert
December 11, 2007

"Passive Exonerative Tense" courtesy of lifeclever

And it's not even April 1st:

Negative news coverage may have cost former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales his job, but it won him a dubious honor Wednesday from a magazine published by the American Bar Association: Lawyer of the Year.

Additionally, the ABA Journal named Gonzales' successor, Attorney General Michael Mukasey, as its top lawyer for 2008 — mostly in anticipation of how often he'll be in the media spotlight for trying to repair the beleaguered Justice Department.

I wish I could say this is a joke, but I would be lying.

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