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Before Fully Assessing Contempt Citation, U.S. Attorney for D.C. Refuses to Hold Holder Accountable

Nasty Z Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 2:29 AM
I'm out of here for the night. Thanks, Amy, for your help in trying to educate this fool about the damage that lying does, to all involved. He can lie as he pleases, but as for me and my house, we choose to be honest and trustworthy, and we are respected for it. Good night.
19codependants Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 2:33 AM
Let's put that to the test Z. Are you planning on having NJ read what I've written tonight? it's not for his eyes but what do you say?
Nasty Z Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 2:41 AM
I will be gone to work long before he wakes up. I have no idea whether, or at what point in the day he will log into Townhall. So I don't know what he'll see.
If he sees this conversation he will make his own decision as to what he thinks. But he will do so with the knowledge that we've raised him to believe that deliberately lying is not acceptable.
19codependants Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 2:48 AM
The lying debate was not my concern. I'll assume the rest of it is hands-off as well and let nature take its course.

In a non-surprising move, the Department of Justice has just officially announced they will not proceed with prosecuting Attorney General Eric Holder after the House of Representatives voted to hold him in criminal and civil contempt of Congress yesterday.

The Justice Department moved Friday to shield Attorney General Eric Holder from prosecution after the House voted to hold him in contempt of Congress.

The contempt vote technically opened the door for the House to call on the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia to bring the case before a grand jury. But because...