If Holder simply steps down, much of the incentive to pursue him will evaporate. The natural focus of those who place ambition above principle will target others who have the power they covet for themselves. First things first and all…
Which means the incentive to go after investigating Holder will be diminished. And if that’s the case, finding out what he may be culpable for, and what he and his boss may have discussed about the matter becomes even more problematic.
Speaking “organically,” the course of action I endorse is something stated many times before in Gun Rights Examiner columns: Conduct an independent investigation and if evidence of crimes is found, prosecute everyone responsible and punish the guilty.
That’s what we need to be insisting on. If that happens, political survivability could be the least of Holder’s problems.
Anything less will not uncover (and actually further obscure) the truth, and will not attain justice.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Meanwhile, David has a point about Holder's point.
Holder has a point claiming calls for resignation ‘not organic’