Time for only a short post before getting on the road but, oh dear, this looks like it's going to get interesting:
Uh-oh ... Bush got Iglesias axed.
The White House was deeply involved in the decision late last year to dismiss federal prosecutors, including some who had been criticized by Republican lawmakers, administration officials said Monday.
Last October, President Bush spoke with Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales to pass along concerns by Republicans that some prosecutors were not aggressively addressing voter fraud, the White House said Monday. Senator Pete V. Domenici, Republican of New Mexico, was among the politicians who complained directly to the president, according to an administration official.
More amusingly, John points out that Attorney General Albert Gonzales lied about all of that under oath.
Take a minute to savour that last bit: the Attorney General of the United States -- the highest ranking law enforcement official in the country -- committed perjury before a Senate committee. Yeah, this one's gonna be a bit tough to spin, don't you think?
So much wingnuttery goodness, so little time.
P.S. Is it worth suggesting that this is something you're never going to read about over at Circle Jerk Central?