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November 08, 2007

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Comments

JeffR

Does anyone know if Gonzales continued to receive his salary after he resigned. I heard that he was continuing to be paid, but I can't find any evidence of this. Does anyone know?

Gator Guy

I'm as liberal as they come but I won't protest his speech. He's already left office. I want to hear what he has to say. It should be interesting.

cleter

Yes, UF students ARE protesting the Gonzales speech. As a UF student, I sent a letter to ACCENT demanding that they cancel the engagement. Other UF students are doing the same. If he does appear, there will be protests.

BobN

Since the man can't recall anything that made him "controversial and influential", it sure looks a lot more like a pay-off than anything else. Mind you, I don't begrudge the guy trying to build a war chest for his war-crimes trial...

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