Duvall’s Initial Apology

Not to beat a dead horse…

This is a classic apology. It sounds like he’s apologizing for having been caught and not for what he actually did or said.


Interesting that he had requested “everyone respect the privacy of all involved.” – like he should have done before boasting of his conquests.

This is a screen grab from his web site, though now that he’s resigned, the site’s been completely redesigned and scrubbed of access to any content other than the resignation previously reported.

Meanwhile, he deserves some measure of credit for his quick resignation. It’s a lesson of particular relevance to Vitter, Sanford, and Ensign

  1 comment for “Duvall’s Initial Apology

  1. Publius
    September 9, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    Perhaps your intro line should have been “Not to spank a fired lobbyist (or two).”
    Nah, too tacky.

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