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Congress Votes Attorney General Eric Holder in Criminal Contempt

0_BAMANATION Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 8:12 PM
Ms Kelly... on withdrawing from TH You will be dearly missed as will any who withdraw from political debate and what this nation has become since 1965 (make that instead... 1865). As Christ said.. "it is finished".
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 12:14 AM
I refuse to give up, until I draw my last breath. GOD gave us this Republic and it's up to us to do whatever we can to preserve and restore it. PRAYER should be our first choice of weapons.
When Scott Walker won the Recall with a higher percentage than when he won in 2010, my husband told me he believe God is not finished with us yet. You have no idea of the stress from the UNION GOON incited terrorism that occurred here for 16 months. There were many many citizens in this state who were praying continually, in prayer groups and privately for out Governor and Lt Governor.
He faced intimidation and harassment against himself and his family, and so did the Lt Gov. I will VOTE in November if I have to crawl over broken glass...

UPDATE II: The House has voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in civil contempt, in addition to criminal contempt. Twenty-one Democrats voted with Republicans for civil contempt. Civil contempt will allow the Oversight Committee to proceed with their quest for documents in front of a judge, rather than simply relying on the U.S. Attorney in Washington D.C. to assess the charge. More:

Legal scholars say there is no practical way for Congress to get the documents except to go to court.

That will put a spotlight not only on Holder but also...