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May 24, 2011

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Marie

So, former AG Gonzales, do you wish for a time machine to take you back to allow making better decisions pre-firing of the USAs? Or failing that, to have at the time made some principled stance as per your recent statement would indicate, most probable outcome leading to vacating the office, voluntarily or involuntarily?

No? Didn't think so.

Clay Phillips

What a joke. I am not sorry that I tried to destroy the DOJ by hiring everyone from Liberty.

Tony Waters

Mr. Gonzales was not picked as Attorney General of the United States because of his legal acumen, or his strong sense of ethics. He was picked because he was a political hack, and politicizing the hiring process is the kind of thing he was expected to do. Now he says he regrets what he did. Somehow, that doesn't ring true.

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