Department of Obstruction

June 21, 2012
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Here’s the link to the full hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, which resulted in Attorney General Eric Holder being held in contempt. Kudos to Chairman Issa and the twenty-two other Republicans-including Syracuse’s own Ann Marie Buerkle-who had the gumption to hold this administration to account for its obstruction of congressional investigations into what is potentially the most consequential presidential scandal since Watergate. It’s good to know that at least a few of our elected officials are doing the jobs for which they are paid out of our tax dollars.

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2 Responses to Department of Obstruction

  1. Levois on June 21, 2012 at 1:40 AM

    I figured you’d jump on this one. I know that you were writing about this scandal a lot but I need to find some details. Got myself some research to do to get plugged in. It’s certainly huge news that a congressional committee had found an Attorney General in contempt. It’s also telling that the vote on contempt was along party lines.

  2. G. Perry on June 24, 2012 at 9:38 PM

    If you really want to find out more about Fast and Furious, you should read Katie Pavlich’s book about the scandal. Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal

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