Read this and weep--seriously, weep for this country. Here's a snippet: [color:blue]Alarmed about the raft of allegations, several White House aides tried to raise red flags. But the normal investigation process was short-circuited, the sources said. Bush's top lawyer, Alberto R. Gonzales, took charge of the vetting, repeatedly grilling Kerik about the issues that had been raised. In the end, despite the concerns, the White House moved forward with his nomination -- only to have it collapse a week later.</font color=blue> What did Gonzo think? That no one else would discover the questionable ethics and the man's links to organized crime? This has just got to be stupidity--even hubris would have trodden more carefully.<br><br>
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You can't say this badministration isn't consistent: incapable of truth; devoid of integrity; and having its collective head so far up its own ass that its world view is what can be seen through the peep-hole in its naval. Like Mayor Rudy, a job well done within a few square miles over a few months does not qualify one for the tasks that would be global over 4 year increments.<br><br>Pathetic that 9/11 has been the hub around which this busted wheel is still spinning. Shameful that there isn't one straight spoke it it.<br><br>"What did Gonzo think?" Did he ever think? Lap dogs are loyal and will follow you wherever you go. I doubt if they actually think about it, though. (I will now write letters of apology to the ASPCA and the AKC for comparing anyone in the badministration to man's best friend).<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>I will also seek treatment for this sudden attack of acute metaphoritis. <br><br>
What's the surprise ? He would have fit in perfectly with the " lie, cheat, and steal" Bush Administration and they knew it. He was one of them !<br><br>Too bad it fell apart.... with his connections to the mafia we'd have had excellent "protection" !! <br>Can you name any BETTER ?<br><br>David (OFI)
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