Gonzales Craziness

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Everyone is still getting this story wrong. Everyone. Even conservatives. Even the National Review.

Gonzales never claimed he was not involved in the firings. He never claimed he was not in any meetings about the firings. He never claimed he was not in any conversations about the firings.

It never happened. All of this is based on a quote from a transcript that is taken out of context, where he said he was not involved in the process to determine who should be fired, not that he was not involved in the firings at all.

At this point, it looks like the truth will never be accepted, because the lie has become the truth through repetition. slashdot.org

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