In testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, [Deputy Attorney General Paul]McNulty conceded that H.E. "Bud" Cummins, the former U.S. attorney in Arkansas, wasn't fired because of how he handled his job. Rather, McNulty said, administration officials wanted to make room for Timothy Griffin, a former aide of presidential adviser Karl Rove.
Well, my half-retarded third cousin doesn't have the credentials to hold down an US Attorney job, but neither does Griffin. Still, isn't there some sort of national water company that the Bushies can find him a job at? If not, can you create one? For this administration, he's definitely Director level material. Just don't tell him it's a recess appointment, unless you want to chase him around the grounds for a couple hours. Really, he's pretty much just like your other hires so I'm sure you're used to it.