Forty-eight hours after answering "YES" to D.A. King, the website changed that paragraph to this:
What is interesting is that the E-Verify system has not been changed in the past year. ...
It's just so sad to see a good man so desperate to return to Congress that he'll say or do anything to get elected.
Barr's son and campaign manager Derek Barr said Bob Barr changed his position on E-Verify "prior to responding to D.A. King's questionnaire" but that was as specific as he got, and he did not reveal what evidence of changes to the E-Verify system Bob Barr used to recalibrate his views.
Derek Barr also called the Erickson post a "cheap political attack." He added this: