Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Democrats Vow To Molest, Confirm Gonzales Right After Delay

Legal alien status bothers some

Washington--With President Bush heading into his second term, Democrats have promised to avoid the polemical stonewalling that hindered the Congress in the last term, by quickly molesting and then confirming Alberto Gonzales for the office of US Attorney General.

Democrats then immediately delayed the confirmation until after the State of the Union speech on Wednesday, to avoid giving the President "another thing to brag about."

Gonzales: Kennedy "concerned" about
Legal alien's motives. Molestation may
provide the answers.

Senators Ted Kennedy(D-Mass) and Bob Kerrey (D-Nebraska) are expected to lead the molestation, followed by Senator Robert Byrd (D-West Virginia), and potentially Arlen Specter, contingent on the direction of the wind overall.

Kennedy claims that "thinking about Robert Bork" makes the process much more expedient.

A quick and painless confirmation vote is expected to follow. One potential problem looming in the wings for Gonzales is his status as a legally-documented alien.

Kennedy, the one who seems concerned with this said, "This begs the question, as to whether or not he followed the law because of protracted political aspirations. "

The Therapist Kennedy asked if he planned to filibuster the issue until clarity is achieved.

"Well cross that bridge when we come to it," he said.

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