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Bush will stand by Gonzales

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June 11, 2007

Bush decides he will stand by his man, no matter what and even, he says, if the Senate approves a no-confidence vote in the embattled attorney general.

3 Responses to Bush will stand by Gonzales

  1. Bill Jonke

    June 11, 2007 at 10:38 am

    When he vowed that Rummy would remain on the job while he was in office?

    After Election Day, wasn’t it about three days later, he canned him.

    We all know what “heckuva job” means.

  2. bryan mcclellan

    June 11, 2007 at 11:21 am

    Chimp stands by his man because the AG has his finger in the dike holding back the torrent of diarrhea that is his cabal/bung$ole.The evidence is clear that most in Washington are afraid of the chimp and I for one can’t fathom why these so called men and women we’ve chosen to serve our interest’s cower before his alter of lunacy.Chimp says it’s HIS government, will any in congress stand up and call him on it? That statement in itself is treasonous,it’s our government collectively, not the toy of some out of control anarchist.When the top lawman is clearly compromised why is Congress acting as if they are handcuffed? Restore Habeas Corpus so they can’t cry foul,and rid this land of these snakes .

  3. kent shaw

    June 11, 2007 at 10:09 pm

    “I for one can’t fathom why these so called men and women we’ve chosen to serve our interest’s cower before his alter of lunacy.”

    “When the top lawman is clearly compromised why is Congress acting as if they are handcuffed?”

    Blackmail. AIPAC blackmail possibly. NSA-snooped information possibly. Mossad-supplied information possibly. All that and just plain craven lust for power — go along to get along behavior. Corporate threats to cut off campaign funding. Same old same old.