Thursday, December 16, 2004

Regarding "How did normally careful White House falter on nominee?", IHT, December16, 2004: If Mr Gonzales, the person who - if president Bush gets his way - in about a month will become responsible for the enforcement of law and order in the United States and who will play a central role in the country's security policies is not even able to properly conduct a relatively simple and highly routine background review of the nominee for a cabinet position, that does not promise well when it comes to his abilities to fight criminals and terrorists. Alfred E. Neuman's "What me worry?" should be the question of the day among Americans.

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