Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Bold Gonzo?

Ex-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales spoke at Washington University. In it he exhorted students to take on civic responsibilities. According to the student newspaper, Mr. Gonzales said:

"There is a difference between what you do and what people say you do. It's going to take years for the entire story to be told," said Gonzales. "If you worry about criticism you end up paralyzed and do nothing."

He said the truth about his actions will be revealed in the years to come. What happened to that bold Gonzo during those Congressional hearings? Why didn't he tell the truth, the entire story? He appeared paralyzed and surely said nothing.