Thursday, December 28, 2006

Not at all Separated from the Real World

David Broder, the man has a fantastic stand up act:

The Justice Department (under Ford) was headed by Edward H. Levi, a former University of Chicago president and perhaps the most nonpolitical attorney general in modern times. Serving under him, in various high staff positions, were such people as Rudolph Giuliani, Robert Bork and Antonin Scalia.

Yeah, Giuliani, Bork & Scalia certainly no partisanship there for the most nonpolitical of Attorney Generals.

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