“They can have their votes of no confidence,” Mr. Bush said, “but it’s not going to make the determination about who serves in my government. This process has been drug out a long time. It’s political.”
"MY" government again.
Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania was among the few Republicans to vote to allow the resolution to proceed to a vote. “There is no confidence in the attorney general on this side of the aisle,” said Mr. Specter, the ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee. Even so, he predicted that the push to take the no confidence vote would just increase President Bush’s resolve to stand by the attorney general.
And if the Congress doesn't stop trying to hold him accountable, he is threatening to hold his breath until he turns blue.