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AG Holder: The Legacy of Unprecedented

If we accept the Rev. King was correct when he hoped for the day when a man would “not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character” then it is indeed ironic that Mr. Holder’s greatest acknowledgment seems to be that he was the first black A.G. whose tenure is accentuated by actions indicative of a complete lack of character and deference for the law. Particularly if we recall that the Office of the Attorney General is, in fact, to be the advocate of the law and not a politically motivated judge selectively interpreting their relevance and being passive, at best, to those which remain.

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