As Alberto Gonzalez, loyal Bushie par excellence, stares up at his own sword of Damocles, his record of mediocrity has sharpened into focus. Memos advocating what the civilized peoples of the world consider torture, a misplaced priority on public morals prosecutions at home, suspension of habeas corpus rights, FBI investigations …
Slammed by the WTO - Should be - Slammed by the San Fran
This article is posted by - Burke Hansen, attorney at large, heads a San Francisco law office.
Again - San Francisco
Give me a break. This is Nancy Pelosi's back yard supporter. George Bush's admin could say that it is night time and they would argue that it is day time, up and they would say down on no matter what the subject.
Reading this article reflects every bias attribute of this person. What a joke...
Mike in Louisiana
Good article, however...
"Towing the party line" should be "toeing the party line."
Two things. First of all, interstate betting on horseraces requires that the participants provide tax information and their winnings are reported to the IRS.
Second, why not give Antigua exactly what they want. They can only take bets on horseraces conducted in the US. That's even treatment.
Kafkaesque? Best-ish, more likely
I don't think the phrase "appropriate to this Kafkaesque DOJ" is all that appropriate. Gonzales is a judical technocrat, a zealous appartchick in best tradition of such outstanding individuals such as Dr.Werner Best, whose arguments and lines of reasoning he is trying to emulate.
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