Two for the road

Dan Bartlett, George W. Bush’s advisor for the past 14 years, through four campaigns,  six years as Governor of Texas and six as President, has resigned on his 36th birthday:

WASHINGTON (AP) — Dan Bartlett, one of President Bush’s most trusted advisers and his longest-serving aide, said Friday he is resigning to begin a career outside of government. – CNN Political Ticker

Similarly, Tim Griffin, former aide to Karl Rove, and recently appointed US Attorney, will resign today:

The former White House aide whose appointment to a U.S. attorney’s post helped fuel the furor over the forced resignations of eight federal prosecutors will resign Friday, according to a news release. Tim Griffin, 38, said in a Thursday statement that he is leaving his position as interim U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas to pursue opportunities in the private sector.
Ex-aide to Rove resigns amid U.S. attorney flap –

Now, when will A.G. Alberto Gonzales go?

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