Nearly two-dozen Republicans are backing legislation stating that Congress “has lost confidence” in Eric Holder to continue as attorney general. The resolution, introduced by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) and supported by 21 GOP co-sponsors, resolves “that it is the sense of the House of Representatives that Congress has lost confidence in the Attorney General of the United States.”
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Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Now yer talkin'! House GOP proposes ‘lost confidence’ resolution on Attorney General Holder.
I like this idea. It forces every mother's son of them congresscritters on the record. There will be GOP "leadership" jerks pissing their pants over this as well as Dems.
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Looks lime Mr. Gosar has read up on the history of impeachment. Bravo!
They've "lost confidence"? Muddy Waters (and later the Allman Brothers) perfectly articulated my response to that choice of wording (although I agree that this is a good development.
Hell, I lost confidence in this regime before the fucksticks took over and in fact, as a retired Marine, I've lost about 90% of my confidence in this government of the elites, by the elites, and for the elites.
I like this idea too - if it leads to a firing party.
Sorry, but it's totally pointless. 99% of them think they are elites and that we're all just trailer park trash
A "no confidence vote" is fairly spectacular political Theatre. But I am coming around to the notion of leaving holder in office long enough for him to be the boat anchor that draws the rest of his criminal crew down with him. We have a way of getting all the SOB's at once, it's called an election.
Good move if it can come to the floor for a debate and vote. It is another bullet to fire, or if you prefer, another nail in the coffin.
So far, all theatre.
That, and a dollar, will get you a cup of coffee at Mickey Dee's.
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