Monday, March 19, 2007

Huh ? ? ? ?

Why not just bring "Brownie" back in with this list of losers?
(HT to Mike Allen of Politico.com)

White House Seeking Gonzales Replacements

By: Mike Allen - March 19, 2007 09:06 PM EST





Republican officials operating at the behest of the White House have begun seeking a possible successor to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, whose support among GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill has collapsed, according to party sources familiar with the discussions.

Among the names floated Monday by administration officials are Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and White House anti-terrorism coordinator Frances Townsend. Former Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson is a White House prospect. So is former solicitor general Theodore B. Olson, but sources were unsure whether he would want the job.



And you wonder why we are trying to get out of here . . . .



2 comments:

Tom said...

Skeletor for AG?...they have got to be kidding!

West End Bound said...

Oh, yes, but today the WH spokesperson denied they were looking for any replacements . . . Not surprising. They don't have a plan for Iraq either . . . .