“Gonzales” Is Now a Trope

NO QUARTER: Letter to George Tenet from “a group of former intelligence officers” including Ray McGovern and Larry Johnson.

It now turns out that you were the Alberto Gonzales of the intelligence community—a grotesque mixture of incompetence and sycophancy shielded by a genial personality.

What does it mean when your name has become a way to invoke “a grotesque mixture of incompetence and sycophancy” — and why is Gonzales still the Attorney General?

I know, I know, for the same reason the US Army is still in Iraq.

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2 Responses to “Gonzales” Is Now a Trope

  1. BroD says:

    And Gonzales, in turn, has been the Homer Simpson of the Justice Department.

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