Friday, May 11, 2012

TRAITORS TO THEIR OATHS. "Democrats’ Support for Holder Collapsing" but GOP leadership Gang of Three rides to Holder's rescue. So what are YOU going to do about it?

Dolly the GOP Leadership Ewe with three of her best customers. (Image courtesy of David Codrea.)
With a bit of hyperbole, Newswmax reports that Dem support for the principal Gunwalker at DOJ is "collapsing" when maybe it is just cracking the facade a bit.
David Codrea, however, draws our attention to this Politico story entitled "GOP leaders go slow on Eric Holder contempt vote."
I seem to recall my being vilified for running stories early on that Boehner and his GOP "leadership" were trying to help the Gunwalker Conspiracy by roadblocking the investigation. They denied it then. Now, they are hiding.
Hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt? Not so fast, says House Republican leadership.
Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy of California have decided to slow Rep. Darrell Issa’s drive to hold the attorney general in contempt over the controversial Fast and Furious program, a move that could infuriate conservatives who have been calling for Holder’s resignation.
The delay could be a month or even longer, according to lawmakers and aides familiar with the issue.
Some within House GOP leadership circles would like Issa to abandon his plan for a committee and floor vote, which was sparked by a 64-page memo last week, which laid out the case for contempt.
They fear negative political fallout from citing the U.S. attorney general with contempt of Congress in an election year.
House GOP leaders are remaining mum on their plans. On Wednesday, Boehner, Cantor and McCarthy met privately — without any staff present — to discuss how to handle what many House Republicans complain is a glacially slow investigation into the scandal, according to several sources with knowledge of the meeting. . .
Republican leaders are pushing Issa to do more committee work and to build bipartisan support for the contempt resolution before they let it come to the floor for a vote.
But Republican leadership’s resistance to a contempt vote is a major development in the Fast and Furious scandal and one that risks the wrath of the conservative movement. The botched federal program has become a cause célèbre for conservatives, who cite it as an example of what they consider a corrupt and reckless government. . .
Yet despite the detailed committee memo and more than a year of hearings, GOP leaders still don’t think the case is “rock solid,” according to an aide.
The three top House Republicans are worried about both the legal and political implications of the move, especially six months before what is already expected to be a razor-close election. And now, committee sources say they’ll have to wait at least another month — or even longer — before the panel even brings up the contempt measure. . .
Boehner declined to comment to a reporter in the Capitol on Wednesday. Cantor, who is responsible for committee chairs, told POLITICO to “stay tuned.” A Cantor spokesman said he was unavailable for an interview Wednesday, and his staff has permanently canceled the majority leader’s weekly pen and pad. McCarthy’s office also declined an interview request.
The committee didn’t predict the situation to play out this way. Earlier this week, members of Issa’s investigatory panel were hoping to vote next week to hold the attorney general in contempt for not sending requested information to Capitol Hill.
So, that's that. So much for the denials. So much for the denigration of my sources and my stories. They were right all along. The question is, WHAT DO YOU INTEND TO DO ABOUT IT?
These traitors to their Constitutional oaths have taken their decision -- from politics or blackmail, who is to say -- and now they are hiding from it. The least we can do is smoke them out -- burn up their switchboards, fax machines, overload their emails, Facebooks, and Twitters. There are a whole bunch of so-called "conservative" commentators out there. Are they going to let this pass without comment? These are political creatures who live in front of the camera. New media journalists ought to be grilling them every time on why they are protecting the Obama administration's law-breaking. And YOU can help this process along by asking every one of our so-called friends why they aren't frying these traitorous bastards in the court of public opinion. If you don't fight the cover-up, you are part of it.


Anonymous said...

Welcome back you old codger. Good to see you still have plenty of piss and vinegar left in you!


Anonymous said...

Oh, I can just see the next excuse they're going to use, claiming to be waiting for the best time to pounce, closer to the election, etc, etc, etc...

The problem with that theory is that as we get closer to the election, this story will be buried by the election news. Just what you would want to do if you needed to keep it under wraps.

The Speaker is "Owned" by by those seeking to keep this from the American people. In other words the political establishment, the Marxist media, the Marxists and opportunists in our government etc.

As long as it isn't on TV, it didn't happen and if it did, it will be presented as a heroic and noble cause and not the TREASON that it actually is. Oh, and let's not forget that they are also supporting the murderers of TWO federal agents and many Mexican citizens.

W W Woodward said...

Dolly has 6 more cajones than all three of those so called leaders put together.

Those fools are going to let Holder regroup instead of taking advantage of what could have been a rout. That questionable tactic has historically cost more than one victory. When you've got 'em on the run, you need to keep whacking them on the arse with the flat of a sabre.


SWIFT said...

Most folks don't know it, but there are three kinds of whores; left-wing whores like Holder, right-wing whores like Boehner and those that haunt the common. None can take the moral high ground above the other, except those that haunt the common, are subject to arrest. Pretty pathetic, don't ya think?

WarriorClass III said...

Have no doubt, we are fighting and we are gaining ground. What you may not know is that we have a very large grass roots movement in the Republican Primary that is going to shake the socks off these POS. Only question now is if the election will be allowed to proceed without violence. Over half of the delegated elected from my county are Ron Paul supporters, and this has been the same trend all over the state of Texas. We know we won the delegates in Maine, Louisiana, Nevada, and others even though this has not been mentioned in the Lame stream Media. While you have been recovering, we have been working the shit out of the system and they are running very scared right now. What you read before your surgery and what has happened since is amazing. Hope you get a chance to check it all out. We're also running a hard race for a decent Senator here in Texas to replace Kay Baily Hutchison and looks like Ted Cruz is going to beat out the RINO Dewhurst, who is going to be left on his ass with all his big money supporters. Working hard for a Constitutional Sheriff for Harris County, Carl Pittman, too. The ground swell of people for Constitutional Government has really taken over here in Texas and from what I have read from various alternative media, it is growing across the country.

So rest well my friend, we have learned from you and are taking the fight to the enemy of our freedom.

Your brother in Christ,

WarriorClass III

Anonymous said...

A good reason for dragging this process out is to either maximize the damage to Hussein by a "death of a thousand cuts to Holder" or time the "ax to fall" at the point where it van cause the most political damage ... like right before/after Hussein's nomination acceptance speech.

Remember, the strategy is to use Holder to cause as much political damage to Hussein as possible.

They can get Holder anytime - before or after the election.

Anonymous said...

Mike, try and use your words more carefully. Telling the people who faithfully read your blog that they are part of the cover-up if they don't fight it, has no value.

I attended a meeting in January of this year where David Codrea said by virtue of the fact we attended his seminar meeting, we were leaders of a cause whether we realized it or not. Well, I accept that. However, sometimes I'm not sure how to gauge my actions. For example, I've written to my Senator (Toomey) and House representative. I received a response from Toomey but not my House rep. Questions begin to cross my mind: should I continue sending letters registered mail to DC or to their home office? Should I send letters to all GOP members? If so, should they all be worded the same? I want to do these things but I also want to focus my energy wisely. Have you got any suggestions, specific or otherwise that I can put to good use?

I do treasure your leadership on this and perhaps you're just venting. I don't blame you considering the tough personal situation you're dealing with. And you are a strong leader. I suppose I'm looking for guidance from my leader (You) at this point. Have you got suggestions for my questions.

Good health and best wishes to you and your family

Anonymous said...

Eric Cantor's "Young Guns" PAC supported anti-gun Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) in his primary race aginst tea part-endorsed candidate Richard Mourdock.

Lugar "has always represented mainstream Indiana values" The Cantor PAC assures us. You UN gun ban treaties, waiting periods for the purchase of a firearm, "assault weapon" bans, support for the nomination of antigun USSC Justices Sotomayor and Kagan. You know... THOSE kinda mainstream values. ;^)

Richard Mourdock's opponent, Joe Donnelly, was among 31 House Democrats who urged BHO to comply with Congress' investigation into Fast and Furious; Mourdock is rated "A" by Gun Owners of America. From Democrats and Republicans, pressure is building on Cantor & Co. to force a resolution to the Fast and Furious controversy.

Boehner, Cantor and McCarthy "fear negative political fallout" from enforcing the law, so they have fled to their bomb shelter and hid beneath the bed.

It gets dark and scary in such conditions, so be a good neighbor. Pay them a visit; call them on the telephone and help them to see the light. They will thank you for allaying their childish fears.


Captcha: yeath

Just thay "yeath" to indictments you thilly Republican leadership weenies.

Anonymous said...

We know we won the delegates in Maine, Louisiana, Nevada, and others even though this has not been mentioned in the Lame stream Media.--WarriorClass III @ 8:13 PM

Duplicitous RINO (but I repeat myself) Randy Ruedrich (Roo' dur ik) bowed out of the race for Republican chairman and was replaced by a Goldwater Republican. If I read this correctly, Alaska's delegates will go to Ron Paul.

"Alaska Republicans voted Russ Millette as the party’s new chairman and Debra Holle Brown as co-chair. They are both supporters of presidential candidate Ron Paul."

Paul X said...

There is only one party in Washington D.C., and it goes on 24/7 on your dime.