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No Deal: Holder Still Refusing to Turn Over Fast and Furious Docs, Contempt Vote Moving Forward

GorillasInTheMist Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 11:12 AM
Liz, I truly realize many of you didn't, but many republicans women DID buy into this transparently divisive and trumped up narrative and did not actively support her. Truth be told, McCain picked her because she was a huge positive for the ticket - that is until the MSM went to work on her. The race was so close that we could have won i if more women supported her, but they didn't - and many were republicans., My wife and I personally knew of quite a few who questioned her intelligence yet never said a word about Obama;s clear lack of qualifications for anything, much less president. Even to this day I find this bitterly galling.

Yesterday staff members of House Overisight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa and Speaker John Boehner met with Attorney General Eric Holder staff and White House officials in an effort to come up with a last minute deal to prevent a full House contempt of Congress vote from moving forward on Thursday. Unsurprisingly, Holder didn't instruct his staff to turn over the long requested documents and at this point, the vote will move forward. His staff did however turn over 30 documents that didn't produce any new information about the fatal Fast and Furious operation.

The breakdown came just after White...