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It’s been said that Alberto Gonzales is the gift that keeps giving!

September 2nd, 2008 · 5 Comments

Both Politico and El Loco of LatinoPundit have said that Alberto Gonzales is the gift that keeps giving in the sense that he epitomizes all that is wrong, corrupt, and inept with the current Bush-Cheney administration. Well, sure enough, more revelations have surfaced about our favorite Fredo (the tonto brother in the Godfather who wanted a piece of the action). In case you forgot, President Bush’s nickname for Gonzales was “Fredo.” This time we learn that former attorney general Alberto Gonzales mishandled classified files by keeping them at his home instead of storing them in a secure approved site. What made him think that he was so above following the protocol for classified documents? The arrogance of this man!

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 leesee // Sep 3, 2008 at 9:07 am

    I believe part of his problem is simply cluelessness.
    He willfully tied his fortune and goodluck to the Bush family as their “pet” Mexican, its sad.
    He mistakenly believed he would gets as much of a break as the entitled frat boy Bush.
    Hey, Alberto, a bean is a bean, I bet you forgot that.
    The piece of information that burns the most is that he will not get prosecuted for any wrongdoing at all, like all the other criminals in this adminstration he will skate.
    How many mistakes will it take for the “eyes” of the people to open?

  • 2 Michaelr // Sep 3, 2008 at 1:07 pm

    Leesee…when Alberto Gonzales began his journey down the Bush path, he was reincarnated as Bert Sales…esquire, cowboy about town, Texan, shit-kicker extraordinaire. All the memories of being brown and short, responsible, and committed to some social cause were instantly buried deep in his psyche. When the fraud of the 2000 Presidential election put the Bush in the White House, Bert Sales became a big coconut and followed him out to Washington. There he advised the Bush that as long as he used Jesus Christ to rationalize all his attacks on the Bill of Rights White America would go along. Bert’s advice worked, and even Congress was duped to follow along with all the lunacies of George W. When Bert Sales became AG, Congress formally anointed him the Giant Coconut with great applause. Now he had J. Edgar Hoover status, was above any moral standing, and was suddenly above the law. All his dreams of torturing his in laws, and dismembering all those white frat boys who beat him up in college suddenly became a possibility. So he began the process of firing all the U.S. attorneys who could possibly disagree with the police state policies of King Cheney. Bert called it operation “More Spanish Inquisition” and delighted in all the possibilities that could enhance his status in the eyes of the Bush. But to his dismay several bloggers on the West Coast began calling him out, Frontline read their postings and began investigating, and suddenly the Washington Post and the New York Times jumped into the fray. Several years later Congress awoke from their stupor and began organizing televised hearings on Bert Sales. And then the dream ended, and operation “More Spanish Inquisition” had to be put on hold just as Bert’s team of Nazis had crossed the Louisiana state line on their way to Houston to arrest and torture those white frat boys who beat up Bert during that other life time. And so ends the public saga of the former Alberto Gonzales…esquire…and giant piece of shit.

  • 3 theKaiser // Sep 5, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    Why are we wasting valuable blogspace on this jackASS? We all know everyone who works on Capitol Hill and in the White House is owned by some American, multinational, or foreign corporation. But this moron had no shame being owned by George W. Bush. By the way Michaelr, your short story on Bert Sales should be published as a history book for high schoolers. Although, they may not get the gag on the Spanish Inquisition.

  • 4 Bearguez // Sep 8, 2008 at 6:25 pm

    That’s a great summary of Alberto Gonzales’ rise and fall. And I agree, that’s one coconut who got cracked.

  • 5 DoctorH // Sep 10, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    Alberto Gonzales is a reflection of the entire Bush II Administration, and the abuse they paraded on the American people. The next presidential administration has their hands full fighting corruption, theft, and absolute mismanagement from the White House to Capitol Hill.

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