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Robinson on Gonzales

Eugene Robinson is the one of the best, most insightful contributors to the Washington Post op-ed section. Today's piece by Robinson is a case in point. He takes Gonzales to task for his many sins, and marvels at the fact that Gonzales is still the Attorney General:

Gonzales, testifying before Congress, said there had been no serious disagreement within the administration about the legality of conducting such widespread electronic eavesdropping without seeking court warrants. In fact, there was nearly an insurrection. ... That must be the umpteenth time we know of that Gonzales blatantly misled Congress and the American people. ... This is the attorney general of the United States, ladies and gentlemen. Heaven help us.
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