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Thursday, February 03, 2005

Gonzales Wins Confirmation as U.S. Attorney General

Hattip to GOPBLOGGERS Finally some Democrats have some sort of sanity. I guess they saw the aprroval ratings of Bush after the State ofthe Union speech and got some sense.
Thu Feb 3, 2005 05:36 PM ET WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House counsel Alberto Gonzales won U.S. Senate confirmation on Thursday as the nation's next attorney general, but recorded the second highest number of "no" votes for a successful nominee for the post. The Republican-led Senate rejected Democrats' complaints that he helped craft policies that contributed to the torture of foreign detainees and approved him on a largely party-line vote, 60-36.
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