Profs oppose hiring of Alberto Gonzales
After a long, desperate search , Alberto Gonzales has finally found a job. The former attorney-general under President George W. Bush will soon be teaching "Contemporary Issues in the Executive Branch" at Texas Tech -- a job for which, at least 40 of the school's professors say, Gonzales is profoundly unqualified.
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#1 Aug 3, 2009
I am a Tech graduate, my son also graduated from Tech. We both are so upset about the hiring of A.G. Mr. Hance what were you thinking (or maybe you were not thinking)? I have always contributed to the alumni association along with my son, but we will no longer contribute as long as A.G. is at Tech.
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