Hey, remember that Alberto Gonzales guy? Not the baseball player, the guy who was Skippy Bush's White House Counsel and then later the Attorney General -- had kind of a habit of firing U.S. Attorneys that weren't friendly enough to the Bush Administration, and of course he was kind of big on torture, because it would save America from terrorism? Well, he's about to get what he deserves: not a jail term, silly, he's been named the new
&quot;Motorboard?&quot; It that anything like &quot;motor boating?&quot;
I ask for a friend.
When Shrub (thank you, Molly Ivins!) was governor of Texas, and Gonzales the Attorney General, he told Gov. Bush there was no reason to stay the execution of a condemned man who&#039;s attorney had fallen asleep several times during his trial. Gonzales assured Gov. Bush the prisoner had received a fair trial.
What could possibly go wrong?
When word got out that the Captain of the Exxon Valdez had gotten a job teaching at a merchant marine school administrators there asked &quot;who could be better qualified?&quot; than a the alcoholic that caused that disaster.
Double secret probation is not going to be fun at Belmont.
You go to law school with the dean you have, not the dean you wish you had.
Beerboarding is not as cool as it might sound.
Fuck. What will Vanderbilt University School of Law do <i>now</i>?
this pusbucket told the then president that torture is legal because <strike> we want it to be legal and because it works so well on TV</strike>he and shrub needed an endless stream of torture pr0n to fap to. and Darth Cheney, also, too. It&#039;s no accident he made Texas the death penalty capital of the universe under Gov Shrub.
Who will be teaching second amendment law, George Zimmerman?