New e-mails on the U.S. attorneys firing scandal appears to contradict Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' statement that he had no part in the firings. Press reports this morning reveal that Gonzales attended an hour-long meeting on the firings in November and personally approved the actions.
Oops! When it appears that the nation's chief law enforcement officer is lying, the Bush Administration has a big problem.
Things at the Justice Department are getting curiouser and curiouser. The Bush Administration's explanations keep shifting and more evidence of White House political interference is dribbling out.
All this hemming and hawing from the Bush Administration's so-called "principled" conservatives. It's enough to give "principles" a bad name.