Wall Street Journal that he plans to write a book.
Mr. Gonzales, 53 years old, doesn't have a publisher for his book. He said he is writing it if only "for my sons, so at least they know the story."
Well for pete's sake, a line to say, "Not my fault," and what, 200 blank pages because I don't remember?
It seems he doesn't have much to do these days,
The Harvard Law School graduate, onetime corporate lawyer and Texas judge also hasn't been able to land a job. He has delivered a few paid speeches, done some mediation work and plans to do some arbitration, but said law firms have been "skittish" about hiring him.
I have friends who are lawyers and I don't consider them the lowest life forms on earth, but there is something to be said about that kind of work and not having employment opportunities in it. While the job of cleaning sewers may not seem appealing, someone has to do it - it might sting a bit to be unattractive as an employee.
Anybody who has read this blog knows of my utter contempt for Alberto. He was completely over his head in the job, but that is no excuse. People without law degrees know better than get involved in some of the things that went on. Most of the time I'm willing to let political disagreements die once the actor is out of the picture, not here. Not with Albie and his coterie of rat bastards, they've done too much damage to the essential structure of the nation. There needs to be a very clear line drawn that not only says this is wrong, but that it is personally dangerous to your freedom and future.
Mr. Gonzales said that "for some reason, I am portrayed as the one who is evil in formulating policies that people disagree with. I consider myself a casualty, one of the many casualties of the war on terror."
No, Alberto, we're your victims.