Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Alberto Gonzales and the Collaborators

In a recent post in my Atheist Ethicist blog called, "Collaborators", I called for revising the term and applying it to anyboy who aids the Bush Administration in dismantling the Constitution.

We had 38 collaborators yesterday voting against a "no confidence" vote against Attorney General Gonzales. Clearly, this is one of the principle architects of the Bush Administration's attempt at interpreting the Constitution to say, "The President may do whatever he wants to whomever he wants for whatever readon he wants."

A no-confidence vote in this case is far milder than what this person deserves - and anybody who defends him (e.g., President Bush) has shown himself to have no interest in preserving and protecting the Constitution of the United States.

This includes 38 Senators (and at least some of the 9 who did not vote).

These people do not deserve to sit as elected officials in the Senate (or any other political body, for that matter).

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