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Fast and Furious Fight With Holder Continues

oriole999999 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 9:31 AM
Wow, thats a pretty powerful bubble, killing 2 federal agents, thousands of Mexican citizens (including a bunch of teenagers at a graduation party), and wounding of a third federal agent. We will call it the magic bubble. Not only operating in Mexico, however, it created a reprise in Libya, where 4 Americans were killed. If I didn't know any better, I'd think this bubble was MUCH more important than a Senatorial candidate's viewpoint on abortion rights, but then again, maybe I am just biased.

It's been just over a week since Attorney General Eric Holder officially announced he would be sticking around as the head of the Justice Department for "about a year," but his planned departure hasn't made the battle for Fast and Furious documents go away and the House Oversight Committee, headed by Chairman Darrell Issa, is still embroiled in a lawsuit over President Obama's assertion of executive privilege over subpoenaed documents. Regardless, it looks like DOJ might be willing to strike some kind of deal to get the scandal to go away.

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