Sooner or later enough facts will come to the light of day in which to prove the guilt or innocence of the Attorney General. This question must be answered: Were those attorneys fired for purely political reasons, or were there other more important reasons to fire them?
The big problem here is that Mr. Gonzales has too many loyal people working for him who are willing to take some of the blame for firing those attorneys who were in conflict with the Bush Administration and the Republican Party.
You see, it seems that those attorneys were working on cases that the Bush Administration would rather not deal with for reasons of their own. Well, at least that what it appears to be. I wonder if the truth will ever be known, no matter if a special prosecutor is appointed or not.
Just to be on the safe side, a special prosecutor should be appointed as soon as possible before more printed information is gone forever from our history. If you remember, some or at least one of the people within the Reagan Administration was working overtime to destroy all kinds of printed documents. Do you remember Oliver North and the contra scandal?
Keep in mind that the people who we elect to Government offices are supposed to be working for the good of the majority of, “We People of the United States of America.” When that task seems to conflict with the gaols of the Bush Administration something is clearly wrong somewhere.