Monday, August 27, 2007
From the Washington Post today:
A Timeline of Significant Events in Gonzales' Career
The Associated Press - Monday, August 27, 2007; 1:37 PM
Some significant dates in the career of Alberto R. Gonzales, the nation's 80th U.S. attorney general who announced his resignation Monday.
1979: Receives bachelor's degree from Rice University, after enlisting in the Air Force in 1973 and serving at Fort Yukon, Alaska.
1982: Earns law degree from Harvard University; joins the Houston-based law firm Vinson and Elkins, whose client list included Enron and Halliburton.
1995-1997: Served as general counsel to then-Gov. George W. Bush of Texas. (While in this position, he was involved in successfully hiding george's drunk-driving charge from 1976 in Kennebunkport, Maine. Way to start your ignominious career with bushco, al.)
There are more "significant" dates in his history of public life which you can see in it's entirety here.
I've saved the best one for last:
Aug. 27, 2007: Gonzales announces his resignation and Bush publicly accepts.
Now, if him and the rest of the crowd involved in the worst administration in US history will be brought up on War Crimes charges, there really is justice for all . . . .
(Cross-posted from Moving to Vancouver)