April 21, 2005

Comey's Out at the DOJ

This appears to be significant loss to the country and the government. From all accounts I've read the Deputy Attorney General is a talented leader who is serious about the law. And, in fact, that seriousness might have blocked him from other positions in the government.

He was rumored to be a candidate for attorney general after his boss, John Ashcroft, stepped down. But his chances weren't good from the start. Some of the president's top advisers felt he was insensitive to political concerns ...

Yes, we wouldn't want an Attorney General who put the law above politics, now would we. Best of luck in the future Mr. Comey.

Posted by armand at April 21, 2005 12:01 PM | TrackBack | Posted to Law and the Courts

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