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    lol. So the bottom line here is, fire all the attorneys like Clinton did instead of picking which ones you think are bad.
     
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    *sigh* b-o-r-i-n-g! Already been gone over ad nauseum. Traditionally they all have submitted their resignations to incoming presidents. They didn't do that when Clinton was elected, hence their being fired.

    But what DIDN'T happen is that Clinton didn't fire them for not pursuing the "party's" agenda since once they are in office, they're supposed to be apolitical.
     
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    Dont bother him with facts he never uses them anyway.
     
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    Provide evidence to support your accusation.
     
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    come on Gunny you know facts have a liberal bias.

    I have already shown you how this has never been done before.

    Now I could go through every firing and present the facts to you but you would just say it wasnt facts and it menas nothing.

    It becomes very tiring to hear Nu uh and an arguement.

    I know you guys get very creative in the ways you say it but in the end that is all it is.
     
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    I’m starting to dislike the Bush’s cabinet but I am getting somewhat tired of this Gonzales investigation. He might have done something unethical – though I think that such is even a stretch. In all practicality, people can basically fire anyone at any time for any reason. Also the attorney general serves under the president. He is going to do what he thinks that the president wants him to do. He is going to serve the president. Okay. Perhaps he behaved too much in a partisan way. Maybe he fired people who were investigating things that made the president look bad. Was the firing illegal – yes or no? If the answer is “No”, then let us say that he still should not have fired them in such a partisan and selective way and MOVE ON. There are certainly more important issues that the congress should be resolving.
     
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    but what if the answer is ''YES'' matt?
     
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    Then throw him in jail. Yet, I doubt that it is illegal for an attorney general to fire whoever he wants to fire for whatever reason. I think that by now congress would have learned if the firing was illegal. It seems as if congress is just dragging this on for political reasons and that they have nothing concrete with which to nail him for a crime...unless he committed perjury or a similar small offence (for which he should be sentenced if he is found guilty). Anyway, if even federal employees commit crimes, they should be punished under the law. I guess that I’m just surprised at how long this investigation is taking.
     
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    Deflection.

    Your statement about theHawk:

    Provide evidence to support your accusation.
     

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