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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    When they say they won't resign, they ultimately do.
    True -- unless they don't.

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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Someone pay for a locksmith to change his lock at work.

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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    This is Solyndra all over again. Lots of wacky claims from the wacky whiners on the right, but none can point to any misbehavior by Holder.
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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    No he won't. It was a screw up, but they had good intentions and it doesn't appear that any laws were broken.
    Good for whom? The road to Hell is paved with good intentions...
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    Generalizations are stupid.
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    The Second Amendment has nothing to do with guns.

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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    This is Solyndra all over again. Lots of wacky claims from the wacky whiners on the right, but none can point to any misbehavior by Holder.
    The evidence has been cited in numerous posts here at DP. Apparently you choose to ignore it.
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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    693. Eric Holder and Operation “Fast and Furious” (11/14/2011)

    In last article, I said, “The nuclear disaster hadn’t developed further because their main case failed to go through.” The main plot is to kill Kat Hak Sung in a framed case. In recent years, the Feds prepared so many times to create war on Iran with false flag terror attacks. All failed to go through because the main plot went soured. So in June, when they were creating two nuclear disasters in US, they also authorized themselves with extended illegal power.

    FBI expands agents' reach
    By Charlie Savage New York Times

    WASHIGNGTO - The FBI is giving significant new powers to its roughly 14,000 agents - allowing them more leeway to search databases, go through household trash or use surveillance teams to scrutinize the lives of people who have attracted their attention.
    (June 13, 2011 Mercury News)
    The tactic is to authorize the Feds with power of unreasonable arrest and search. When they want to wrong someone they disliked, they only need to plant something illegal in his trash then they can make an arrest. It bypasses the Fourth Amendment. That rule is issued particularly on Kat Hak Sung. That’s obvious. Of course, the rule is against law. It doesn’t matter. They have convenient way. Let a political assigned official to take the responsibility. In August 2007 plot, (signaled by a B-52 loaded with nuclear missiles flying over US Continental on 8/30) President advisor Carl Rove and A.G. Gonzales both resigned on that day. Gonzales stayed a little longer later because the main plot (framed case) hadn’t been carried out. Now it’s A.G. Holder’s turn.

    In recent weeks, there is a strong voice to demand the resignation of A.G. Eric Holder for his authorization of “Operation Fast and Furious”. He neglects the demand.

    “ Rep. Joe Walsh to Eric Holder: You better resign immediately, buddy
    October 26, 2011 by Tina Korbe

    Congressional Hearings - "Operation Gunrunner" and "Operation Fast and Furious" in Geopolitics Forum

    “As a victim’s family speaks, 38 congressmen demand Eric Holder’s resignation
    Published: 12:43 AM 11/10/2011

    Eric Holder | Brian Terry | Resignation | Fast and Furious | The Daily Caller
    Why Eric Holder clings to his office not to resign? He is waiting for a big case. When the FBI, DEA in Department of Justice commit a crime – killing people in a framed case, he’ll step down to take the responsibility. That’s the way how the Feds play the politics.

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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    What? J's lack of concern over Bush officals committing crimes, or j's self proclimations?

    This is the post we're discussing:
    You didn't answer my question. You made a vague reference.

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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    You didn't answer my question. You made a vague reference.

    Vague is all Boo has...It is how he thinks he wins.


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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    This whole thing is rather simple folks....

    The AG's office was attempting to lay the groundwork for a push against the Second Amendment and gun ownership during Obama's second term in office. Obama was smarter than Mr. Clinton in that he's been waiting for his lame duck term to take a crack at doing what Clinton was stupid enough to try right off the bat.... the complete and utter gutting of the Second Amendment and the idea of civilian gun ownership in the United States. That mistake cost Clinton dearly in the 1994 mid-term election. Right now Holder is standing up and taking the fire as a means to shield the real architect (or at least approver) of the plan, his boss.... Barack Obama, in an election year.

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    Re: Holder, Grilled on Gun Inquiry, Says He Won’t Resign

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    You didn't answer my question. You made a vague reference.
    Really? I thought it was fairly clear. What didn't you understand about J being shown to be hypocritical?

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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