Eight federal prosecutors were fired last year because they did not sufficiently support President Bush’s priorities, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ former chief of staff says in remarks prepared for delivery to Congress on Thursday.

Separately, the Justice Department admitted Wednesday it gave senators inaccurate information about the firings and presidential political adviser Karl Rove’s role in trying to secure a U.S. attorney’s post for one of his former aides, Tim Griffin.

Rove and Gonzales under the spotlight for wrongdoing? What an opportunity! It’s taken six and a half long years, but the Bush administration’s bad eggs are now being cracked. It’s too late to change history, but there’s hope for the year remaining. Regime Change: Not just for Baghdad anymore.

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