Luckily a Democrat has finally decided to fight this when there was still a chance to do something about it. Obama's campaign is pursuing legal options as we speak, not after they've already lost.
Fortunately for us there's a special prosecutor looking into the U.S. Attorney/Bogus Vote Fraud thing already, and this dovetails perfectly. The Obama campaign is fighting back preemptively, not when its too late to do anything. About time!
In fact, David Iglesias, the most troubling of the nine political firings, said the following:
Iglesias, the most important of the 9 dismissed attorneys, says he's seen this all before, and is astounded that the current US attorneys are falling for this. It looks like a real strong possibility that the politicisation has succeeded.People who would know are saying so, like the DOJ's ex voting right's chief:
Gerry Hebert described the investigation, word of which was leaked off the record to the Associated Press less than three weeks before the election, as "a continuation of injecting DOJ into what has clearly become a political issue."
He continued: "That's really not the proper role for the DOJ, and why their policies counsel otherwise."
Hebert, noting that he had been at DOJ during the administrations of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan, added: "During the twenty-one years I was there, even though there were political appointees who I worked with, never did we inject partisan considerations into our law-enforcement responsibilities. That has clearly not been the case in recent years under this administration. And it's going to take a long time to cleanse the Department of Justice."
Politicisation succeeded! Rove can put a check in that box! If only that Permanent Republican Majority he hoped to use a politicized DOJ to enforce had materialized, huh? Instead, he's helped create a new precedent - one of the many that a President Obama could use to make himself the most powerful President in American history. Obama the Monarch. Reap what you have sown, Republicans, and weep bitter tears.