Attorney General Eric Holder is feeling the heat, not only from reporters inquiring about his role in Operation Fast and Furious, but from Congress. At this point, eight members have called for his resignation.
-Rep. Joe Walsh
-Rep. Raul Labrador
-Rep. Vicky Hartzler
-Rep. John Mica
-Rep. Paul Gosar
-Rep. Blake Farenthold
-Rep. Gus Bilirakis
-Rep. Quico Canseco
In addition to members of Congress, the National Rifle Association, 6 million members strong, called for Holder's resignation back in April.
Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa expects some of the Fast and Furious documentation requested from Holder through a subpoena two weeks ago, to be submitted today. Don't you just love Friday afternoon document dumps?
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