In case you missed Alberto Gonzales's electrifying testimony before the House Judicary Committee last week, he's been getting some rave reviews. Here are the highlights:
"Mr. Gonzales came across as a dull-witted apparatchik incapable of running one of the most important departments in the executive branch!" -- The New York Times
"The overwhelming impression Mr. Gonzales left was that of an out-of-touch executive who had little idea why these prosecutors were fired in his name!" -- The Dallas Morning News
"Gonzales said more than 70 times that he could not recall the details of the prosecutors' firing!" -- The Houston Chronicle
"Attorney General Alberto Gonzales looked like an ineffective, and at times clueless, leader!" -- The Seattle Times
But let's be fair. It wasn't all bad.
"The attorney general went up and gave a very candid assessment, and answered every question he could possibly answer _ honestly answer _ in a way that increased my confidence in his ability to do the job" -- George W. Bush.
Labels: Alberto Gonzales, incompetent, Pathetic