"The Cafferty File": No court secrets?
.Should Congress get serious about impeaching Attorney General Alberto Gonzales?
Jack, The Attorney General, as bad as he is, represents a symptom of what is wrong with that pack of evildoers. Why start with him, unless it is only a warm up for the main course.-Sam, Gainesville, Florida
Lying to Congress is a violation of law. It is called perjury. Remember perjury? Scooter Libby got convicted and Bill Clinton got impeached for it. Remember? -Mike, Victoria, Texas
Yes, it is clear that Alberto Gonzales should be impeached. His half-truths and general dishonesty show a clear disdain for the oversight duty of Congress. His actions show a disdain for the rule of law. The Attorney General may serve at the pleasure of the president, but the Justice Department is not a political arm of the Republican Party. -Adam, Denton, Texas
Jack, Would you please look at your question before posting? "Should Congress Get Serious..." Come on Jack, Why should they start now? -Jim, Lighthouse Point, Florida
Are House Democratic leaders guilty of playing politics with the war?
They certainly aren't showing the courage to do what voters elected them to power to do in Nov. ’06: get us out of Iraq! If they continue to try and play it so politically safe regarding Iraq, they just might manage to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in Nov. 08. -Jeff, Saugerties, New York
I thought most of the problem with the war was the Republican Party, but just after listening to your report about them holding up votes that could help them put an end to the war or at least debate issues on how to go about ending it, I now blame the Democrats just as much. I'm fed up with both parties. -Fay, Clermont, Florida
Of course. Just as the Republicans are. Both parties need to end their own warring and figure out the best way for us to adjust our Middle East policy, other than bombing and invading.-Charles, Fort Worth, Texas