Gonzales Is Roadkill. Let's make some stew
Mark Levin says criticizing Alberto Gonzales is like clubbing a baby seal; calling him a weak man, incapable of defending himself.
The growing acceptance among Republicans that Gonzales should go is disturbing to me. Not that I’m a great fan of the AG. It’s just that there are some legitimate questions that Gonzales could shed some light on and perhaps, in the process, turn the momentum away from a defensive posture.
In other words, if Gonzales is already roadkill, shouldn’t someone suggest making some stew? Here’s my recipe:
1) Mr. Gonzales, why haven’t you fired Johnny Sutton?
2) Mr. Gonzales, in the last six months, agents along the Southwest border caught 15 people from Iran, 35 from Pakistan, 12 from Jordan, two from Syria and five from Lebanon. Can you understand why so many of your own party are unhappy with the out of control border situation?
3) Mr. Gonzales, who approved of the very lenient plea bargain for Sandy Berger?
4) When will Mr. Berger be required to take the lie detector test that was called for in the plea bargain? Why has it taken so long?
5) Why did your Department not notify the 9/11 Commission about Berger’s activities in a timely manner?
This is a recipe with the potential for some mighty tasty vittles, indeed.
Originally posted (edited) at Nuke's News & Views (opinion)