Monday, March 19, 2007

What Sucks…Attorney General Alberto Gonzales


Way to go from America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to America’s 1st CORRUPT Latino Attorney General. Now perhaps you’ll be the 1st Latino Attorney General to resign in disgrace, or 1st Latino Attorney General to be shit-canned.

But, there is still so much ground to break. If what you did is in any way illegal, you could be America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to be disbarred, or worse, you could be America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to go to jail, and then, subsequently, America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to be traded to someone for a pack of cigarettes. You could also be America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to get a crudely drawn, homemade tattoo on your ass (like the guy from Oz- not the Boy From Oz, that’s Hugh Jackman).

After you get out, you could be America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to become a greeter at a casino, or if you’re not disbarred, America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to get a job at Jacoby & Myers.

You’ve already been America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to call the Geneva Convention “quaint”, and America’s 1st Latino Attorney General to let Dick Cheney keep his “energy taskforce” a secret.

In the “Guys Who Work For George Bush/ Biggest A-hole in America Poker Game”, we have a new player- Alberto Gonzales just stared across the table from Dick Cheney and Karl Rove and raised the ante big time.

5 comments:

Gordon said...

come on dude..he only fired 8 attorneys - reno fired 93 - including the one that was investigating her boss...

Chris DeLuca said...

Is that true? I thought Reno fired them at the beginning of her term, and not in the middle and that was what the big deal was all about.

Then again, if someone wants to fire lawyers, is that a bad thing?

Gordon said...

Attorney General Janet Reno today demanded the prompt resignation of all United States Attorneys, leading the Federal prosecutor in the District of Columbia to suggest that the order could be tied to his long-running investigation of Representative Dan Rostenkowski, a crucial ally of President Clinton. Jay B. Stephens.... - NY Times

that said, i think it is common for all attorneys to leave with a new president so maybe it wasn't a big deal.

Chris DeLuca said...

make a fart noise, gordon. we have to take back this blog!

Gordon said...

i just sharted.