Just keep in mind, it is rhetoric. You can oppose drivers licenses (I do) or licenses for firearms (I do) or trade agreements (I generally don't) or the actions of politicians (Almost always) or how Congress delegates its legislative power to the bureaucracy (I do). The Constitution does not mean what it says. It doesn't mean what you think it says, no matter how much documentation you have. It means what the courts say it says. Article III, Section 2. And that's the end of it. Unless you're prepared to step outside and start the revolution? Didn't think so. Want Gonzales gone? Write to your congressleeches, the prez, the newspapers, everyone. Make him unpopular enough and Bush might be persuaded to remove him. If he doesn't, there ain't nothing you can do about it. You were never promised a fair government. Only one that works. Is ours having problems? Yup. Is there a better one anywhere? Hmm...not in my experience. YMMV.