Friday, August 17, 2007

Revisiting Rove's Dirty Tricks

The workweek started with news that Karl Rove would be leaving the Bush White House at the end of August.

So let's end the week by looking at perhaps Rove's most lasting legacy--a history of dirty tricks. Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now, provides the analysis.

Over the next 25 years or so, historians are sure to unearth many more nuggets from Rove's bag of tricks. And a number of those are likely to involve Alabama. After all, Rove probably deserves more credit than anyone else for turning Alabama's state courts into a Republican-dominated playground.

Readers of Goodman's piece might want to ask themselves this question: Would I trust courts that this guy helped shape?

We invite you to stay tuned here at Legal Schnauzer over the coming weeks and months as we present overwhelming evidence of rampant corruption among Republican judges in Alabama courts. It should be a fitting addition to the Rove legacy.

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