Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Fast & Furious: Holder In Contempt Of Congress, Democrats Are Just Contemptible, Is Obama Hiding Something?

When Attorney General Eric Holder refused to give Congressman Darrell Issa the documents that were requested by his committee in the Operation Fast & Furious investigation, we knew the contempt of Congress citation by the Oversight Committee would be held today.

What came out of the blue this morning was how Richard Milhous Obama approved Holder's request for executive privilege in protecting these documents.

The question is: what is in those documents that Holder does not want the Congress and America to see? Is he not just trying to protect himself, but the Obama Regime (including the President) as well?

What did Obama know, and when did he know it?

What is contemptible is not just Holder's behavior, but the behavior of this White House, Democrats in Congress and their media lapdogs who are aiding in the cover up.

Back in 2007, then Senator Obama had a different view of Executive Privilege. He ripped the Bush Administration for using it.



Obama even said he would respect the law and the branches of government. We see how that has turned out.



I could go down the list of name of Democrats who are only interested in marching in goosestep to protect their party leader and his appointee. Let's name names, shall we? Jackie Speier of California, Sheila Jackson Lee, "Jihad" Gerry Connolly from Northern Virginia and many others...all whining about how this is a partisan witch hunt.

Even the most contemptible Demoncat, Nancy Bella Pelosi (Daily Caller).

“I could have arrested Karl Rove on any given day,” Pelosi said on Wednesday, The Huffington Post reports. “I’m not kidding. There’s a prison here in the Capitol. If we had spotted him in the Capitol, we could have arrested him.”

“Oh, any number” of charges could have been brought against Rove, Pelosi said. “But there were some specific ones for his being in contempt of Congress.”

Pelosi also criticized Republicans pushing for justice for Border Patrol agent Brian Terry — as House oversight committee ranking Democratic member Rep. Elijah Cummings has on numerous occasions — as “just strictly political.”

“It’s just the irresponsibility of the Republicans,” Pelosi said. “We want jobs. Why are they spending this time doing this?”

First of all, Misss Pelosi, Karl Rove (as much as I don't like the guy) didn't do anything that involved the murder of citizens of another nation, as well as the death of a law enforcement officer. Hell, I'll go further and say no one was killed when Nixon covered up for Watergate, or Slick Willie Clinton lied that led him to be impeached. And don't give me the "we need to focus on jobs" crap. You had three years to work on jobs you botoxed witch and all you did was spend our money and shove a government health-care system down our throats.

I'd love for you, Miss Pelosi, Jihad Gerry and the rest of this Party of Corruption to tell the family of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry this investigation is just a political witch hunt. You don't have the guts to.

And I find it even more contemptable that Dictator Obama will cover-up for the wrong-doing of this, the most political attorney general and InJustice Department, but will demand Karl Rove's PAC turn over their list of donors. Why? So the Regime can add them to their enemies list and send their goon squads after them, like they did Romney donors? The coordinated efforts of groups linked to this White House and attacks on political speech needs to be investigated, but that's another story.

Finally, there's the corrupt media. NBC is the worst. A reporter telling a Congressman they can't have those documents, and the typical race-baiting by Mr. Thrill Up His Leg, Chris Matthews.

Which poses the question, are the Democrats, the Obama Regime and their lapdog media willing to put party and re-election over justice for the murder of a law enforcement agent? If they are, then there needs to be a house cleaning.

More:

Sarah Rumpf at Sunshine State Sarah: A quick note on "executive privilege" [UDPATED]

Mark Levin: Executive Privilege and How the House Should Move Forward Legally

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