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Wednesday, April 4, 2007


One of the important things that a top manager does in an organization is to ensure that the senior ranks are staffed by competent and committed people.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales seems, by his own admission (Gonzales Defends His Role in Firings, New York Times), curiously detached from the process of replacing U.S. Attorneys in key Federal Judicial Districts.

If this is the case then he has abdicated one of his most important managerial responsibilities and is unfit to serve for a day longer. Of course, if he is lying about his role he is also unfit to serve.

Sent to New York Times

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