We are expected to believe that the ghost of Kwanzaa future visited Holder and convinced him to change his ways
You know I buy the "creeping" part. Not so much the "remorse" part.
Attorney General Eric Holder reportedly felt “a creeping sense of personal remorse” upon reading the Washington Post’s much-talked about story on the Department of Justice’s subpoena of a Fox News reporter, aides told The Daily Beast in a story published Tuesday.
According to The Beast, ”the gravity of the situation didn’t fully sink in” for Holder until the Post obtained the affidavit for a search warrant to obtain Fox’s James Rosen’s personal emails and reported on the 2010 subpoena in a front page story published earlier this month.
You know, I think that's how a lot of criminals feel. The situation doesn't sink in for them until they're sitting in a police state.
Is Holder feeling a creeping remorse because he did wrong... or because he got caught?
It's a testament to the media's priorities that we weren't told of any remorse creeping through Holder over the mass murder of Mexicans and the murder of border patrol agents using Fast and Furious weapons. But apparently we are expected to believe that the ghost of Kwanzaa future visited Holder and convinced him to change his ways.