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By haiyan144 - December 26th, 2010, 12:43, Category: General

If the Republicans surrender yet another time to the likes of Schumer and Leahy over this much ado about nothing they have sealed their fate

with the base, and the country can look forward to a Democrat sweep in '08. The likes of Chuck Hagel, Arlen Specter, John Warner, etc. have Microsoft Office 2010 is so great.

already convinced me to not contribute to the RNC. I do not want one my dollars going to these RINOS. I will contribute to individual

campaigns only.

p>So as goes (or stays) Mr. Gonzales, so goes the country in this case. br> -- Jim Karr br> Blue Springs, Missouri /p> Office 2010 is my favorite.

As a Texan, strong Bush supporter and one who has met Alberto Gonzales on many occasions he is without a doubt an excellent attorney and

decent human being. Unfortunately, like Harriet Miers (who was unfairly castigated at theMicrosoft Office 2007 can make life more better and easier.

 beginning of the conservative crackup) it is time

for the AG to tender his resignation for the good of the administration. Not because of his actions Office 2007 can make life more better and easier.

regarding the eight Federal attorneys

(they needed to be removed) or even his handling of the matter before Congress. But like Ed Meese he is a surrogate for attacks on the Microsoft Office is inexpensive and helpful.

President and the President does not need this distraction when dealing with a Congressional lacking in ethics, morality and patriotism.

President Bush unlike most Americans and politicians is endowed with the virtues of fidelity and Outlook 2010 is powerful.

loyalty. In this day and age of disposable

people that is a hallmark of a man of character, but not always advantageous in politics. For instance Donald Rumsfeld should have gone

immediately after the 2004 elections if not before. He was a lightning rod of controversy that the Republican party did not need going into Microsoft outlook is convenient!

an off year election when the odds were against team Bush to pull another historic upset. Leading up to the 2008 election the Bush

administration and GOP do not need this controversy. The focus should be on the GWOT and defeating Democrats particularly dumb, dumber and

Imam Obama.

p>Hillyer's suggestions for Attorney General are like most Republicans stellar. I would add Michael Luttig to the list. He might prefer

staying in the private sector and even see AG as a step down after serving as a Federal judge, but Adobe Acrobat

his expertise would serve the President

and nation well. br> -- Michael Tomlinson br> Jacksonville, North Carolina /p>

My favorite writer, Quin Hillyer, has perfect pitch on this one. Alberto Gonzales was in way over his head from the first day. He may have

found his bathroom and the briefing room, but I bet that's as far as he went in the building.Windows 7 is the best.

While listening to Gonzales testimony, I started to wonder what, if anything, he knew about ANY case working its way through the Department

of Justice. Can't you imagine his surprise (and the President's) when the Sandy Berger plea deal was announced? I am convinced that he and

the President didn't have any idea about Sandy Berger stealing documents from the National Acrobat 9

Archives until the plea was struck.



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