Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Karl Rove Replaces Alberto Gonzales As Attorney General

Washington, D.C. - President Bush announced today that Karl Rove would be taking over as Attorney General to replace the struggling and scandal ridden Gonzales. Bush said, "Karl has had an interest in voter fraud for many, many years and now he can work on it directly without having to go through Alberto all of the time."

Although most members of the media reacted favorably to the President's announcement, opposition to the appointment of Rove in Congress is substantial. However, leading Democratic senators said that they don't expect a filibuster since that would be confrontational and would be contrary to the advice their political consultants are giving them which is to lay low and keep their mouth's shut.

Among Karl Rove's biggest supporters is Senator Joe Lieberman who said, "Karl is a man of immense integrity. He is my friend. He is my mentor. He is the father of my children."

Rove has no experience in the law but he has testified in front of a grand jury numerous times which does make him more qualified than Monica Goodling.


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