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FormerlyDoug325 Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 7:28 PM
I doubt it. If he was going to "take the spear", he wouldn't have been able to talk Obama into claiming executive privilege. I think they go down together.
jloughran810 Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 4:24 PM
ACORN was obligated by law to turn in any suspicious signatures, which they pointed out to the elections boards and what was used against them for just following the law. The F.B.I. investigated ACORN and found them completely innocent of any wrong doing and that they were victims of a right wing scam. Unfortunately, they had been tried and convicted in Congress before the evidence was revealed. Republican obstacles to registering voters has strangled traditional registration ( League of Women Voters, etc.)
Reginald10 Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 1:45 PM
Obama needs Holder in place, to block the States' attempts to keep voter rolls and elections clean. It's the other side of the ACORN coin. ACORN signed up fictional "voters", and had people in place to use those ballots. Holder is making sure that the States can not weed out those fictional "voters" - can't do that from jail!

And his successor will get FAR MORE scrutiny in this matter than Holder did. Fool me once...

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...