Tuesday, March 13, 2007

"Speak the speech, I pray you," said Hamlet to his Players, "as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue ..."

Well here are the instructions, courtesy of the DOJ document dump. Now let's see how the actors say the lines:

Alberto Gonzales:
Secondly, the attorney general, all political appointees, such as U.S. attorneys, serve at the pleasure of the president of the United States.

John Gibson at Fox Noise:
Chuck Schumer and other liberals are calling for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to resign over his involvement in the proposed firing of eight U.S. attorneys. The United States attorney in a district of the federal justice system is a political appointee who serves at the pleasure of the president.


Eli said...

Also Dana Perino (today's NYT story on Gonzo) and Rover (TPM Muckraker, 3/8).

The Kenosha Kid said...

I was originally going to update this post with additional examples as they came in, but comedy legends Jon Stewart and TBogg have already done a better job than I could.

(But I aint bovvered).