David Iglesias Makes His Case
Fired U.S. Attorney for New Mexico David Iglesias lays out a compelling case in a New York Times oped this morning, “Why I Was Fired,” that the administration removed him for political rather than competency reasons.
No one knows the subject — but it must be the Gonzales affair — unless perhaps they have captured bin Laden or al-Zawahiri? The White House offer for Rove and Miers to testify in the GonzoGate matter may be for commentary NOT under oath, which is not such a great deal.
White House Counsel Fred Fielding has just released a letter (pdf here) to Senators Leahy and Specter, and Congresspersons Conyers, Smith and Sanchez.
One of Steve’s and my partners in crime on the Bolton campaign has informed us that former Ambassador Bolton will be on The Daily Show tonight at 11. Should be entertaining. Interesting to note: Bolton and Jon Stewart have an interesting point of agreement: they both think France doesn’t matter.
I just came across an interesting letter sent to presidential candidate Barack Obama by over 100 Iowa Caucus participants from 28 different cities. I did not realize that the oldest mosque in North America is in Cedar Rapids.
Alberto Gonzales has finally received that dreaded call of firm presidential support from the White House: Alberto, it’s me, George — yeah the President. Just wanted to tell you that I know it’s hot out there, but I’m fully behind you. You are on the team, man.
Pajamas Media has an “exclusive” movie review of the film, 300, by former Tennessee Senator and presidential wannabe (maybe) Fred Thompson. Thompson writes: The comic book movie 300 about the Spartans and the Persians in 480 AD is still breaking box-office records. Now it seems the rulers of modern-day Persia, Iran, are not amused.