Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Second thoughts on Gonzales?

Given the evidence of the last couple of days, I am wondering if the Democrats are regretting their "roll over and play dead" trick regarding the confirmation of Alberto Gonzales to Attorney General.

In particular, the DINOs that voted to confirm him:

Nelson (D-FL)
Nelson (D-NE)
Pryor (D-AR)
Landrieu (D-LA)
Lieberman (D-CT)

While it's no suprise that Holy Joe backed the Republicans, the other four should be ashamed of rolling over for Bush.

Let's review, shall we?

March 7th: Gonzales supports extraordinary rendition, regardless of location.

May 20: Gonzales executes search (in clear violation of the separation of powers) of an office of a sitting member of Congress.

May 21: Gonzales says that media can be prosecuted for leaking "confidential information". In other words, the information that we the people need but the information that the WH doesn't wants us to have.

Information about an outed covert CIA agent? No problem.
Information about unconstitutional spying on Americans? We have to find out who did it and prosecute them.


Shame on all of you for allowing this man into the highest judicial office in the country, and shame on you for continuing to allow his blatant disregard for the constitution.

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