Don’t go there!

“Contempt is not a big deal to the Attorney General,” Rep. Louie Gohmert recently said to AG Eric Holder. Holder replied, “You don’t want to go there, buddy.”

“Contempt is not a big deal to the Attorney General,” Rep. Louie Gohmert recently said to AG Eric Holder. Holder replied, “You don’t want to go there, buddy.”

What is the Attorney General going to do: send his buddies, the new Black Panthers, after Congressman Gohmert’s wife and children?

When confronted with questions about being truthful, honest and forthcoming, Holder simply assumes an indignant posture and plays the race card: “How dare you treat me, the Attorney General, this way?”

Holder should have been fired in disgrace years ago, but only after being exposed for the racist, dishonest Chicago thug that he surely is. If Holder were white, not only would he have lost his job years ago, but he would be in prison.

Of course, this is only the opinion of one fairly well-informed citizen who pays attention to what is going on in our capital. Wake up, America and see what is happening to our country, its values and its leadership, or lack thereof!

Frank Keith

Port Angeles

 

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