Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Gonzales case gets curiouser and curiouser

Until this morning I never heard of Monica Goodling or that she is a top official in AG Alberto Gonzales' Justice Department. She is nothing more than Alberto's counsel and White House liaison. As near as I can figure out, she's the human conduit, or interface, officially masking any direct contact between the Attorney General's office and Karl Rove. One would assume that a person holding such an influential, though little know to the public, position would have a law degree from one of America's most prestigious law schools?
Goodling, 33, is a 1995 graduate Messiah College in Grantham, Pa., an institution that describes itself as "committed to embracing an evangelical spirit."

She received her law degree at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va. Regent, founded by Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson, says its mission is "to produce Christian leaders who will make a difference, who will change the world."
Fort Wayne.com
Already Monica is making a difference in our world.

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