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Contemptible conduct at Justice

July 25, 2007

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WHEN A senator of the president's party tells his attorney general that his "credibility has been breached to the point of being actionable," it is time for the president to stop letting loyalty blind him to that Cabinet member's incompetence and untrustworthiness. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has long since forfeited Congress's and the public's faith in his leadership of the ... (Full article: 433 words)

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