April 19, 2007

The way Gonzales works is finally making sense to me.

At today's Senate hearing into the US attorney scandal, Alberto Gonzales' most common answer to senators' questions about his involvement in the evaluation of US attorneys was that he couldn't remember. He used this answer at least 45 times, according to the AP.

Gonzales' testimony today makes some of his other activities more understandable, like when he advised Dubya on how to torture prisoners, or when he told the prez that wholesale wiretapping of citizens' phone calls and internet messages was legal. He obviously just 'didn't recall' that the US has a Constitution that makes that stuff illegal.

It all makes perfect sense now.

Posted by Magpie at April 19, 2007 01:24 PM | Law/Justice | TrackBack(1) | Technorati links |
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Should someone with Alzheimer's be our nation's AG?

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