Big Scary Dreams

by
Abby Zimet

Hired at Texas Tech University earlier this year over the protests
of 70 professors who cited his multitude of "ethical failings," Alberto
Gonzales is teaching a political science class on the Executive Branch
rather than doing prison laundry as he should be. The brazen Gonzales
says he wants to encourage his students to aim high, clearly a subjective concept.

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"Dream big but be patient," he said. "You never know when the next
George W. Bush is going to come along and give you a once in a lifetime
opportunity like he gave me."


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