The rising crescendo of criticism of the current Attorney-General is making it harder to manage the Department as more resources are diverted to the blooming set of Democratic fishing expeditions.
Yesterday, in apparent anticipation of the testimony next week of Attorney-general Gonzalez, the House Judiciary Committee issued its first subpoena on the records concerning the firing of the eight US Attornies, claiming that it needed more information. What is really needed to do was ratchet up the rhetoric so that the AG is on the defensive as he testifies on the removal of eight political appointments--with no tenure rights to their jobs.
Meanwhile, Iglesius of Arizona has now decided that he was 'fired' because of his reserve duty--instead of his inability to be an effective US Attorney. If nothing else works, then try to be shielded by a law not designed to protect those whose only real qualification for a job is a political contribution, and a law degree.
The next thing you know, they will be blaming the Imus stupidity on the White House.