Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Senate Democrats Look to Hold ‘No Confidence’ Vote on Gonzales

From Roll Call:

With Attorney General Alberto Gonzales vowing to remain in his job and President Bush standing by him, Senate Democratic leaders are seriously considering bringing a resolution to the floor expressing no confidence in Gonzales, according to a senior leadership source.
This would be a smart move. It would force Republicans (many of them potentially vulnerable in 2008) to have to go on record in support of Gonzales, and if that ends up being as big a number as it could be, that'll put even more pressure on him to resign.

1 comment:

Xanthippas said...

Can't wait to see the outcome of that particular vote.