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Inspector General: Holder Should Have Turned Over Fast and Furious Documents to Congress

nee Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 11:50 AM
Gee- Wouldn't it be nice to be a liberal for a day? We could avoid preosecution, tell people everything is O-Kay, and that we are NOT printing money from thin air since no one is loaning us the money to buy those "bonds" and we can also get high on "hope and change", too. Dude, that would be so rad...peace out.
Rick2477 Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 12:10 PM
Wouldn't it? Someone confronts you with a fact! and you giggle/smirk, that's your opinion!

You say Fast and Furious, and they say Watergate! Iran Contra! (giggle).

Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz acknowledged today under oath during Congressional testimony that Attorney General Eric Holder's stonewalling on turning over more than 74,000 Fast and Furious documents has been unnecessary. Horowitz said the documents he and his staff reviewed during the internal DOJ investigation of Fast and Furious, would also be relevant for Congress to review. Based on Horowitz's statement below, President Obama's assertion of executive privilege surrounding Operation Fast and Furious documents after February 4, 2011 is also unnecessary and unfounded.