by Smitty E. T. Williams Jr. just rocks: To answer Mr. William’s question, Holder is sill the AGJ because he is both a Reliable Tool and, also, he Knows Too Much. My guess is that Holder has a signed presidential pardon in his safe. Would you exhibit the sort of cheek that Eric Holder offers […]
by Smitty Breitbart: Republican House leaders are finally holding Attorney General Eric Holder accountable for some of his actions. Representative Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, drafted a 48-page contempt of Congress citation against him. The charge? Repeatedly obstructing and slowing the investigation of Operation Fast and Furious. This […]
by Smitty This blog wholeheartedly concurs with the Attorney General. If the immature, irresponsible attitude about firearms is allowed to spiral out of control, our citizenry may be reduced to looking for rounds in all the wrong places: I am, of course, referring to this bloviation from Eric holder: In the finest spirit of “nutrition […]
In case you haven’t figured it out by now, “civil rights” has become a code phrase for “whatever Democrats want,” so that anyone who disagrees with Democrats is said to be “anti-civil rights.” Case in point, the Texas voter ID law: The Justice Department’s civil rights division on Monday objected to a new photo ID […]
by Smitty There are enough layers of indirection here that the Lid’s causal question is more than a little coy: “Did Justice Dept. Malpractice Kill Senator Ted Stevens?” But the WSJ says: . . .the blame for the 60th [ObamaCare] vote really belongs to the U.S. Justice Department. That’s the day a federal court has […]
by Smitty Criticism of the POTUS is raaaaacist. The POTUS and cretinbeing bearing the title Attorney General are of similar racial background. This vehicle appears critical of the one called Attorney General, whose arguments have the weight of something ducked up. Therefore, these vehicles arguments are made of raaaaacist wood, meaning the vehicle is something […]
by Smitty The Conservatory reports that the jig is up on the Fast & Furious farce. Or is it? I’m guessing that if Holder were to exit the administration and develop a sudden interest in solar panels, he could get a whole new lease on corruption. Suggested name for the company: Sordlyna. I am so […]
Faced With Maxed-Out Race Card, Can Eric Holder Get A Rep. Allen West Bailout? Why, No; No, He Cannot!
by Smitty The blogs have been on about Eric “The Bolder” Holder’s NYT interview, where he few a Hail Jerry* and said that: “This is a way to get at the president because of the way I can be identified with him,” he said, “both due to the nature of our relationship and, you know, […]
by Smitty CNSNews reports: Internal Justice Department email communications made just days before the House of Representatives passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act show that then-Solicitor General Elena Kagan was brought into the loop as DOJ began preparing to respond to an anticipated legal complaint that Mark Levin and the Landmark Legal Foundation […]
by Smitty Eric Holder gives worms a bad name. Watch as the words ‘yes’ and ‘no’ become too simple, transparent, and understandable for him. Worst. Attorney. General. Ever. via The Shark Tank A late Friday resignation? That would be the most useful thing Holder has done, at least during this administration.
by Smitty The DC Caller: Wisconsin Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, a former chairman of the House Judiciary Committee where Attorney General Eric Holder testified on Thursday, suggested that impeachment of administration officials involved with Operation Fast and Furious may be the only way to bring the scandal to a close. In a heated exchange between […]
by Smitty A: One of them lacks the maturity for public office; the other one is four months old. Consider the WYB’s overly precise exposition of both this administration’s Fast & Furious operation, and Eric Holder’s non-approach to explaining to the American people just what these shenanigans mean: Again, he’s four months old. We can […]« go back — keep looking »