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Lerner, the Fifth and the Committee's Strategy

My advice (for what it is worth): just choose the action with the greatest chance of success, but in the meantime (as the administration delays and dodges), hold pressers everyday asking Obama why the lack of transparency after his grandiose promises to the American people.

As Katie has noted above, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has concluded that Lois Lerner waived her Fifth Amendment rights at the hearing last week by reading a statement protesting her innocence.  Thus, the subpoena directed to her remains in effect and she may be recalled to testify before the committee.

But what if she invokes the Fifth again? Presumably, she would be held in contempt of Congress.  And again: So what? So was Eric Holder, with little to show for it.  So how does Congress enforce any sanction against Lerner?

It's not easy.  As this