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Friday, April 20

He ought to be Gonzo

Mr Gonzales who supposedly 'prepared' for his testimony before congress, seemed to have developed memory loss. Oh my. I haven't heard so many, "I don't recall's" since President Reagan. 71 times.

Here's how some of the Senators told Gonzo that he is a liar:

"Your characterization of your participation is significantly, if not totally, at variance with the facts." Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.)

"Since you apparently knew very little about the performance about the replaced United States attorneys, how can you testify that the judgment ought to stand?" Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.)

“... you can’t have it both ways. If your chief of staff is implementing a major plan that contradicts what you just told the U.S. senator from that state, in my view, you shouldn’t be attorney general. And if, on the other hand, what you said to Senator Pryor contradicts the plan, you also shouldn’t be attorney general.” Sen Charles Schumer (D-NY)

"There are some very serious problems, Mr. Attorney General." Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.).

"It is generous to say the attorney general's communications about this matter have been inconsistent." Sen. Tom Coburn R-Okla.

President Bush was "Pleased" with his testimony. heh

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