Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Other than that, it's all good

One could choose not to have a big problem with the Justice Department's recent firing of eight U.S. attorneys in the middle of their tenures. One also could note, as many Bush administration defenders have, that U.S. attorneys serve at the pleasure of the president and can be removed at any time. But for this story not to be troubling in the least, one must be prepared to accept the following occurrences without any qualms:
To make a long post short: There's what's legal, and there's what's right. The two don't always overlap.


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