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I don’t know what to say…I’m just so happy!!
I wonder if he’ll actually quit, or if he’ll forget to go through with it.
“Weren’t you going to resign?”
“I have no recollection of ever saying that”
Well, he already resigned! I heard it on the radio.
Some guy from the NYT was shouting “Why did you resign?” as he was walking off the podium.
Last day on the job: September 16th.
Rove, now Gonzales. I think these resignations are empty acts. They take the heat off the resigner and the president (to a certain extent) and take the wind out of the Democrats sails. Now W can simply put some other “friend” in there. At best it’s a waste of time and an abuse of the system.
I’m glad to see him gone, but what has really changed?
You sure said something there, Jay. Rumor has it that Bush wants to replace Gonzales with Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, of Katrina-aftermath fame. Sounds about right. There’s a never-ending supply of bastards out there, so I can’t get too excited.
At least it slows everything down. Bush loves doing outrageous things so quickly that, by the time any kind of opposition has formed, it’s already too late to do anything about them. At least these days, everything is more of a struggle for him.
Gonzales finally gives up the ghost on the same day as The Daily Show and The Colbert Report go on a two-week break. COINCIDENCE?
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