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Loyal Bushies

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  1. LOYAL BUSHIES FLAGRANTLY IGNORED THE LAW. When we think of the Bush/Cheney White House we tend to think of policy failures, incompetence, comically flawed judgment, and systemic mismanagement.
  2. Aug 28,  · In perhaps the most damning partisan assault in Gonzales’ files was the canning of nine U.S. Attorneys who were not, according to one of his emails, “loyal Bushies.” What it all added up to was an Attorney General - and a White House - running roughshod over an office that has to show at least a modicum of independence and impartiality.
  3. May 12,  · I thought I was good and mad back in the days when “loyal Bushies” were running the show in full display of arrogance, corruption and incompetence. I didn’t know what mad was, I’m finding, nor yet about arrogance, corruption and incompetence. Do I sound .
  4. Dec 04,  · The limit of loyal Bushies’ foresight THE LIMIT OF LOYAL BUSHIES’ FORESIGHT. Nearly a decade ago, the Bush White House and congressional Republicans slashed tax rates, assuring Americans that the.
  5. Jun 27,  · (Sampson went even further to suggest that firing all 93 U.S Attorneys -- and replacing them, presumably, with even-more-loyal Bushies -- would be a good idea "if Karl thinks there would be political will to do it.") President Bush came to Washington with a cadre of Texas loyalists whose presence has always been viewed as a great political asset.
  6. Aug 10,  · Loyal Bushies lose another round in federal court Yesterday a federal district court in D.C. handed the Bush administration yet another defeat in its ongoing efforts to delay the subpoenaed testimony of Bush lawyer and occasional U.S. Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers and others.
  7. Mar 29,  · The loyal Bushies did not have to have experience in the Middle East, or in rebuilding nations, or in information systems or electrical grids or Islam or anything that might be useful. There are.
  8. In reply, Kyle Sampson, then Department of Justice counsel to Attorney General John Ashcroft, wrote that it would be "weird to ask them to leave before completing at least a 4-year term", that they "would like to replace 15–20 percent of the current U.S. Attorneys" and that the rest "are doing a great job, are loyal Bushies.

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