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Friday, May 14, 2010


Talk about a public bludgeoning. Attorney General Eric Holder hit the trifecta at a Justice Department Oversight Committee hearing. When asked about the potential for radical islam being the possible motivation for Faisal Shahzad's Times Square bombing attempt, Holder got a case of the ummm's and ahhh's that would make Robert Gibbs jealous.

When asked if he read Arizona's SB 1070, the new law in that state which enforces the federal laws regarding illegal immigration, Holder said he hadn't read it; Holder is on record as being critical of that law. Being critical of a law one hasn't read is ok if you're calling into a radio talk show but inexcusable if you're the U.S. Attorney General.

But first, the third and lengthiest exchange, which was over the claim of Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA) that the White House offered him a job - allegedly Secretary of the Navy - if he dropped out of the race with incumbent Arlen Specter for Pennsylvania Senator. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) has been persistent in trying to get answers from the Justice Department on what it will do to investigate the matter. In this exchange, Issa is in full attack mode for five minutes and Holder comes across as his usual bumbling self, having to defend the indefensible. It also didn't help that Issa's letters to Holder have gone unanswered - he makes sure this is known as well.

Holder literally cannot say or comprehend the concept of "radical islam".

Holder saying he hasn't read Arizona's new law.

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