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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by shrubnose View Post
    No matter who takes Holder's place or what that person does he or she will face the same attacks from the right that Holder has endured.

    Don't take my word for this,just wait and see.

    If he provides the same kind of politically driven, racially divisive position as Holder, you can count on it!
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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    On the contrary, I find your suggestion an example of an infection of democracy in the executive branch.

    The attorney general is the President's post to pick, not the House. If you want such demagogic liberalism in the executive branch, I pity you.
    The President has been a Co-Conspirator in illegal actions by the Last A.G..

    The office of the A.G. must be responsible for the investigations into those violations of the law... so, the President must recuse himself from being involved in the next A.G. selection process.

    The logical alternative person to make the nominations is the Speaker of the House.

    If this were an issue about one of George Bush's Major Stock Ownership Oil Companies being under investigation, no one would question for a second that Dubya, while normally allowed to nominate the A.G. would have to fore go that option, because of the conflict of interest.

    Well, the next A.G. will be investigating the President, so President Obama should not be allowed to be part of the process.

    This has many, many, many presidents in America Law.

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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurmugeon View Post
    The President has been a Co-Conspirator in illegal actions by the Last A.G..

    The office of the A.G. must be responsible for the investigations into those violations of the law... so, the President must recuse himself from being involved in the next A.G. selection process.

    The logical alternative person to make the nominations is the Speaker of the House.

    If this were an issue about one of George Bush's Major Stock Ownership Oil Companies being under investigation, no one would question for a second that Dubya, while normally allowed to nominate the A.G. would have to fore go that option, because of the conflict of interest.

    Well, the next A.G. will be investigating the President, so President Obama should not be allowed to be part of the process.

    This has many, many, many presidents in America Law.

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    Then encourage the House to impeach or have the Senate put him on trial. Otherwise, you are advocating for removing more barriers between the democratic representatives (the House) and the authoritarian branch (the executive). I want to have an expressed limit on democracy in our government.
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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Then encourage the House to impeach or have the Senate put him on trial. Otherwise, you are advocating for removing more barriers between the democratic representatives (the House) and the authoritarian branch (the executive). I want to have an expressed limit on democracy in our government.
    If Eric Holder, and his associates in the Executive Branch had not openly, blatantly, repeatedly, broken the LAW, we would not be here.

    But we are!

    And the Conflict of Interest in having President Obama be involved in the selection of the next A.G. is clear, obvious, and by legal president, he should recuse himself, or be FORCED by Congress, to be removed, from the selection process of the next A.G.

    Otherwise, we will not have an open, fair, and just investigation into the abuses by A.G. Holder and his associates, including President Obama.

    We have not done this before, simply because, No other American President has made this Necessary!

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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurmugeon View Post
    If Eric Holder, and his associates in the Executive Branch had not openly, blatantly, repeatedly, broken the LAW, we would not be here.

    But we are!

    And the Conflict of Interest in having President Obama be involved in the selection of the next A.G. is clear, obvious, and by legal president, he should recuse himself, or be FORCED by Congress, to be removed, from the selection process of the next A.G.

    Otherwise, we will not have an open, fair, and just investigation into the abuses by A.G. Holder and his associates, including President Obama.

    We have not done this before, simply because, No other American President has made this Necessary!

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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Either you follow our government or you don't. That's the rules, don't erode executive action.
    Exactly!

    If your nomination authority is compromised by a Conflict of Interest, then following the rules means you recuse yourself from the activity, and let the next logical person in the Executive Chain of Command, in this case, the Speaker of the House, do the duty of the Nomination instead!

    We saw this in the SCOTUS recently, when one of the Justices Recused themselves in a case which they had participated in presenting to the court a few years early.

    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/201...an-is-recused/

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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Travis007 View Post
    whats more amazing is the scum media would know if Sarah Palin ate a corn muffin in 1970.. but had no idea of this scum radicals "past"


    She ate a corn muffin?

    Why has that not been on NPR? It's a conspiracy
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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    She ate a corn muffin?

    Why has that not been on NPR? It's a conspiracy
    can you even imagine if Sarah had this sort of checkered insane lunatic anti american past?... but shes a "dope" and Holder of course is a "genius"

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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurmugeon View Post
    Articles of Impeachment originate in Congress, specifically, from the Speaker of the House.

    Effectively, the next A.G. is going to be working under a very strong likely hood of needing to investigate the President and his cabinet for crimes associated with, but not limited to the IRS abuse, Fast and Furious, Benghazi Lies, ObamaCare Lies, ObamaCare legislation modification...

    Consequently, the same organization which is responsible for reviewing and deciding Impeachment of Obama should select the next A.G. to prevent a conflict of interest in the required investigations.


    This is why I say the nomination hearings for the replacement are gong to make fine theater.
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    Re: Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General

    Holder will love to be remember as a "Martyr of the liberal cause to destroy the nation and destroy the politcal system that will now not allow any challenging of the one party control of the liberal agenda"... in the world of stupidity and hate of the USA Holder will be viewed as a victim and should be coddled for what he did to advance the cause and a "good martyr"

    this is what the whole Obama admin is about.. "politcal terrorism"...each a martyr .they each feel they are "doing what needs to be done to piece by piece to destroy the USA" and should be celebrated for the selfless service to alinsky's mission..

    there is NO DOUBT of this

    anyone dare challenge me on this? good luck..

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