From Holden:

“We have been thinking about and continue to think about whether or not this is the right approach; is this the right place, is this the right manner in which to deal with unlawful combatants,” Mr. Gonzales told reporters, according to The Associated Press.

“We understand that people have concerns, that our friends and allies have concerns about what’s going on at Guantnamo,” he said, “so we want to listen.”

Coming two days after Vice President Dick Cheney defended the utility of the camp, and a day after Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Guantnamo would be needed for years to come, Mr. Gonzales’s comment seemed to underscore stark divisions within the administration.