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In The Cafferty File today, we asked viewers:Should Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resign?
Absolutely, along with the rest of the Bush/Cheney cabal. These jokers are out of touch, out of bounds, and out of their minds. They should all be brought up on charges.Tom, Shorewood, Minnesota
Yes. Politicizing the justice system is something you expect in a banana republic, not in the United States. What next from this administration, brown shirts and goose stepping?Ed, Texas
No, he should not resign. He should be fired, the way he fired federal prosecutors who failed to mix politics with justice. And not only fired, but indicted, too. It's time to clean house in the Bush Administration, and he's as good a crook to start with as any.Rich
No, he should not be fired. He should be brought up on charges with the rest of this administration. We should be ashamed that we have allowed this to go on for these many years!T.Should local governments have jurisdiction over illegal immigrants?
Immigration is a national responsibility and should be controlled and regulated by federal laws. State and local communities must be allowed to enforce these federal laws in coordination with the federal authorities.Roderick, North Attleboro, Massachusetts
When are the American people going to wake up and see that we as citizens sometimes have to take the law into our own hands because Bush has forgotten about us? Hooray for Hazleton.Thomas, New Orleans, Louisiana
Local government should be allowed to do whatever it takes to protect honest citizens from crime and to keep services from becoming overwhelmed. If the federal government won't step up to the plate, then we shouldn't feel the least bit hesitant to do it at the local level.Frances, New JerseyIs a candidate's character more important than his position on the issues?
A candidate's character is equally important to his stand on the issues. Neither can be disregarded. We can no longer afford as a nation to ignore either.Mary, Kalamazoo, Michigan
It makes me sad that Americans would rather have a president who has "good character" than a president who is intelligent. It makes me sick to think about the next election and whom our citizens will vote for.Rikki, Riverview, Florida
Yes, Jack, character matters or why would they all get it just as they are getting ready to run for office?Daniel, Florida
Issues are more important than character. Issues for the common man and woman, not corporations.Gary, Austin, Texas