The dismissal of U.S. Attorneys controversy was initiated by the UNPRECEDENTED midterm dismissal of seven United States Attorneys on December 7, 2006, by the George W. Bush administration's Department of Justice. Congressional investigations focused on whether the Department of Justice and the White House were using the U.S. Attorney positions for political advantage. Allegations were that some of the attorneys were targeted for dismissal to impede investigations of Republican politicians or that some were targeted for their failure to initiate investigations that would damage Democratic politicians or hamper Democratic-leaning voters.<quoted text>
Nuculur Bush Dismissal of 8 U.S. Attorneys…Yet when President Clinton fired 93 attorneys at the beginning of his first term,... even makes a change in a United States attorney position for political reasons!!" Nuc what planet do you live On?
A subsequent report by the Justice Department Inspector General in October 2008 found that the process used to fire the first seven attorneys and two others dismissed around the same time was "arbitrary", "fundamentally flawed", and "raised doubts about the integrity of Department prosecution decisions".
See the word 'unprecedented', nitwit??
Having no previous example
Your lies don't work here, Teabagger.