Skip to comments.Obama 2005: 'The President is not the Attorney Generalís client; the people are'
Posted on 06/20/2012 9:53:26 AM PDT by Nachum
In 2005, then-Senator Obama had some pretty strong ideas about what the Attorney Generals duties were. Speaking on the Senate floor during the nomination confirmation of President George W. Bushs Attorney General nominee Alberto Gonzales, Obama explained why he opposed the nomination.
The Attorney Generals job is not just to enforce the Presidents laws it is to tell the President what the law is. The job is not simply to facilitate the Presidents power, it is to speak truth to that power as well, Obama stated during the hearing.
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It way too late to assume that they give a sh*t about their professional reputations, Diane Sawyer.
Obama prefers to speak power to truth.
Ha, they sold their souls to the company store a long time ago.
“It’s the Economy, Stupid” has become “It’s the “Coverup” Stupid”!
“The Attorney Generals job is not just to enforce the Presidents laws..............”
Ain’t that brilliant!?
...and just before his inauguration the “ready to rule” bit!
Tells us a lot right there about the mindset of these people currently in positions of leadership they shouldn’t even have.
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