House schedules contempt vote for Eric Holder
CBS reports a committee contempt vote is set for June 20.
On the Washington Post web site.
NOT on the CNN site.
Posted by: RKV at June 11, 2012 02:31 PM
Josh Bolton, Harriet Meyers, and now, Eric Holder.
Can't wait for the libs heads to start exploding when they see that in print.
Posted by: Jim D. at June 11, 2012 11:47 PM
Isn't this likely to be a fruitless exercise which may in fact help The Dear Leader's campaign by distracting attention from the woeful state of the economy? I'd bet that Holder's pardon is already prepared, just awaiting the President's signature when it finally becomes necessary. So isn't it in Holder's interest to keep dancing at arm's length with the Republicans in Congress as long as he can.
Everybody in the House, and many in the Senate, have to get on the campaign trail soon, so presumably those hearings will be suspended for the duration of the election season. And assuming Romney wins in Nov, which looks more likely with every new foot-in-mouth exercise from the Democrat campaign, will there be any point in following up after election day? (I'm assuming EVERYBODY will get a pardon at the end of this current administration.)
Posted by: wrangler5 at June 13, 2012 11:43 AM