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GOP Candidates Should Be Talking About How to Hold Holder Accountable for Fast and Furious

Townhall's Katie Pavlich was on NRA News' Cam and Company last night to discuss the latest developments in the Operation Fast and Furious investigation and made the point that not only should GOP presidential candidates be talking about the fatal Obama Justice Department program, but that they should also be laying out a plan to hold players in Fast and Furious, like Attorney General Eric Holder, Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, former Special Agent-in-Charge of the Phoenix Field Division William Newell and others, accountable for their actions with consequences.

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