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|quote="He went to some of the best schools in America, including Harvard Law. Yet, somewhere along the line, he drank the loyalty Kool-Aid. Watching him testify before the Senate and House was painful for me. He had been a trailblazer for the Latino community, and then, in the space of a few hours of tortured testimony, he became just another morally rudderless political operative."
 
|quote="He went to some of the best schools in America, including Harvard Law. Yet, somewhere along the line, he drank the loyalty Kool-Aid. Watching him testify before the Senate and House was painful for me. He had been a trailblazer for the Latino community, and then, in the space of a few hours of tortured testimony, he became just another morally rudderless political operative."
 
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{{Opinion|2006 Dismissal of U.S. Attorneys controversy|Alberto Gonzales should resign|for}}
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Revision as of 05:28, October 19, 2007

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Author(s) Scott Schnaars
Source Los Angeles Times
Date May 23, 2007
URL http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-oe-iglesias23may23,0,2188119.story
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Quotes-start.png "He went to some of the best schools in America, including Harvard Law. Yet, somewhere along the line, he drank the loyalty Kool-Aid. Watching him testify before the Senate and House was painful for me. He had been a trailblazer for the Latino community, and then, in the space of a few hours of tortured testimony, he became just another morally rudderless political operative." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position Alberto Gonzales should resign on the topic 2006 Dismissal of U.S. Attorneys controversy.