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Obama's MurderGate: Fast and Furious Investigation to Continue Regardless of Contempt Vote

Bruce2740 Wrote: Jun 20, 2012 8:03 PM
Nearly a quarter million pages of records from the Reagan White House are finally going to be released to the public today, thanks to an executive order signed by President Barack Obama. Under the Presidential Records Act of 1978, the documents were supposed to have been made available to the public after January 20, 2001; twelve years after Reagan left the White House. However, on March 23, 2001, only five weeks after assuming the presidency, President Bush ordered the National Archives not to release the Reagan papers to the public. Bush also kept sealed the papers of Reagan’s vice-president, who happened to be Bush’s father.
Summers Wrote: Jun 20, 2012 8:22 PM
What? You want me to defend Bush? Hell, I criticized him when he was Prez because conservatives will call you out when you are wrong and he was wrong many times. He was just less wrong than Algore or Hairy Kerry would have been. He was no conservative.

UPDATE 4:14 PM: Attorney General Eric Holder has been voted in contempt of Congress by the House Oversight Committee by 23-17. The vote came down after three Demcratic amendments to the contempt charge were voted down. An amendment introduced by Rep. Trey Gowdy rendering President Obama's invocation of executive privilege not applicable or relevant to this case at this time. The contempt charge will now move to the full House next week.

Capitol Hill- Attorney General Eric Holder got a temporary lifeline from President Obama today just minutes before the House Oversight Committee started debate over whether to hold...