Issa to Holder: that's gotta hurt!
David Codrea has the story.
"Incredibly, in your letter from Friday you now claim that you were unaware of Fast and Furious because your staff failed to inform you of information contained in memos that were specifically addressed to you. At best, this indicates negligence and incompetence in your duties as Attorney General. At worst, it places your credibility into serious doubt."
Awesome! And it's true. The question becomes, what will, or can be done about it? This is a scandal of Watergate proportions. The cover-up is massive and spans multiple government agencies leading all the way to the Executive Branch.
Why is this not being taken seriously? Does the administration just think this is typical Chicago political thuggery that is acceptable and they can just strong-arm it all under the rug?
Dave, if you could make an educated guess based on your experience, do you think this is going to go anywhere? It's almost like aside from the House Committee, no one else cares. This is so much worse than interns, sex, and cigars. I just don't get it.
Posted by: Cory Brickner at October 10, 2011 11:29 AM