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Holder to Stay for Another Year

Attorney General Eric Holder will stay on as Attorney General for about a year, according to Fox News.

Holder remains even though he is embroiled in several controversies, including the “Fast and Furious” gun running operation and his decision not to tell the White House about evidence the FBI had uncovered that former CIA Director David Petraeus was having an affair.

14 Responses to Holder to Stay for Another Year

  1. If you were mortified by the DOJ when they had an election looming, just think of what they will do with a lame duck president who now REALLY doesn’t give a crap what you think of the “transforming of America” to look like Chicago.

    • Don’t bogart that bottle, RickW. Pass it around to your cyber friends. It’s going to take some pretty strong firewater to make it through the gauntlet of the commies.

      • Gauntlet of the commies. Nice description of most of MrO’s cabinet members.

        OT: Now that SenRubio looks like he might be running for something important four years from now, the trashing begins:

        From HuffPo: (their words)
        “Sen. Marco Rubio refused to answer a reporter’s question by using the excuse that he wasn’t ‘qualified’ to address a certain subject.”
        The question from a GQ reporter: how old is the earth.

  2. Actually, having Holder stay at least another year may work to the conservatives advantage. As long as the House keeps pushing for answers on F&F, and now Petraeus, Holder will not be able say he’s no longer involved in the government and does not have answers.

    The use of executive privilege once already by Obama to protect his pal will probably continue as the House looks into other DOJ/WH actions, and may force a show down between the House and the WH, much like Watergate did with Nixon. Holder staying could be a definite plus for pushing against the O Team. Like I’ve said before, the next few years are going to be a wild ride.