Saturday, September 15, 2007
OH HAPPY DAY: FRIDAY WAS ALBERTO GONZALES'S LAST DAY AT THE DEPT. OF JUSTICE
Potomac, Maryland--Yes, the DOJ is outside of central D.C., for those who don't know. Alberto received much applause--because he was leaving. "Thank you! Thank you!" said the employees of the DOJ's bureaucracy with their clapping. Don't let the door hit you in the ass...or do. Leaving won't make the subpoenas and lawsuits go away, not ever. Not even a pardon will help, and that's assuming he gets one. Thanks for the memories: advocating and expediting the torture of human beings, the illegal warrantless surveillance programs, shielding dirty (sexually) politicians from public exposure and litigation, the secret databases, and the general contempt for the rule of law, and-on-and-on-and-on. Yes, what a legacy. I'd prefer being forgotten over all that. And there's more fun to come for Alberto, he's going to have to face Sen. Leahy again-and-again. "Just us," not Justice. If he has any more relatives in other countries, I'm all-for immigration restrictions, but only for them. Now, it's time to go after his ex-boss, George W. Bush. It's time to begin impeachment investigations immediately. No excuses are acceptable.