So Gonzales has announced his resignation. Good riddance to bad rubbish. Apparently he's going to join Al-Qaeda in Iraq, because he doesn't think the U.S. Government is doing enough to promote torture as a legitimate method for controlling civilian populations.
Of course, I kid, because we all know that Alberto, who considered the Geneva Conventions so "quaint," much like you'd refer to the decor of a remote country cousin's sitting room, would probably prefer to start his own splinter group, because after suffering for a few years under one incompetent leader's hand, he has developed a deep distrust for so-called "leaders."
The saddest thing about this whole affair is that Gonzales will most likely go onto a lengthy and lucrative career defending the interests of corporate criminals against the people of the United States, either with a law firm or some think tank like the Cato Institute or Heritage Foundation.
Unless Cheney kills him first because he knows too much...