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Issa to Holder: You Said You Want to Talk, Let's Talk

gary395 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 10:07 AM
Those that refuse to comply to the order ( subpoena ), could face a fine or imprisonment, does Holder think that he's above the law, because he's the Chief Justice, when Obama & Holder caused the murder of Former Marine Brian Terry, these two murderers should have been impeached and sent to prison.
gwharpo Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 10:12 AM
A guy named Zimmerman is in jail because of loud and continuous screaming from the left. It's time for the right to scream loud and continuously. Maybe we could rent jessee and al and the naacp for some help.

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa plans to move ahead with a contempt vote against Attorney General Eric Holder next week for his stonewalling of the Fast and Furious Congressional investigation, so long as Holder fails to comply with an October 2011 subpoena before then. Yesterday, Holder said before the Senate Judiciary Committee he was willing to cooperate with the investigation. Issa is taking him up on the offer and has sent a letter to Holder saying, "let's talk."

I write to respond to the Deputy Attorney General letter from Monday, and to comments you made...