The question really begs, given his memory issues, is if Crony General Alberto Gonzales remembered where the exit was.
The Crony General served his last day yesterday, leaving with the scales of justice very much not balanced, after his caretaking role as the nations' top law enforcement officer.
And it is just astounding how telling statements hang on this man.
The Garlic pointed out how The Commander Guy noted, shortly after it was announced the Crony General would slink away, that he "He aggressively and successfully pursued public corruption ...".
Yes, he did that quite well, and the Bush Grindhouse is most appreciative for that.
And yesterday, who exactly was the Crony General referring to when he served this one up;
"Over the past two and a half years, I have seen tyranny, dishonesty, corruption, and depravity of types I never thought possible," Gonzales said at a Hispanic Heritage Month ceremony at Bolling Air Force Base. "I've seen things I didn't know man was incapable of ..."WOW!
If The Decider Guy's book is titled "Dead Certain", the Crony General's should be, using the above statement, "Dead On".
Whatever you do Alberto, be sure not to go fishing with Dick Cheney, or any of his men.
Bonus Crony General Links
Andrew Cohen: Good Riddance
Murray Waas: Aborted DOJ Probe Probably Would Have Targeted Gonzales
Washington Post: Justice Dept. Probing Whether Gonzales Lied
Top Ten Cloves: How It Would Be Different If Alberto Gonzales Was The Head of March Madness
Alberto Gonzales Sings 'Justice For Sale'
Two peas in a very well corrupted - but protected - pod