Skip to comments.Bloggers Who Broke Fast and Furious Story, File Ethics Complaint on Holder With DC Bar
Posted on 07/03/2012 7:15:44 PM PDT by opentalk
An ethics complaint against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has been filed by David Codrea and Mike Vanderboegh with the Office of Bar Counsel, Board on Professional Responsibility of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Codrea and Vanderboegh are the two bloggers who first broke the news of the Fast and Furious scandal in December 2010.
Said Vanderboegh, Eric Holder believes that he will escape serious consequences of the congressional investigations of the Fast and Furious scandal simply by running out the clock on his tenure. We intend this ethics complaint to place him on notice that his lies and malfeasances will follow him until justice is done.
Hope they bust his blood-soaked chops.
Real MEN...(Sipsey Street?)
Can they tutor McConnell and Boehner?
thanks Heaven for We The People !
Pass the popcorn, please....
“Can they tutor McConnell and Boehner?”
Sadly, those two need more than tutoring - they are perfect candidates for a full testicular transplant!
Only states #56 and 57.
Buaidh No Bas!!!
2 gun mag writers have now done more real journalism than the entire staff of the Columbia School of Journalism.
Codrea PATRIOT Ping ~
They both also need a complete Vertebrae transplant with some stiffer units.
May I wish everyone a Happy and Safe Independence Day. This is the most election in our lives. Let's get it done, and America back on the right track.
Thanks for the ping B.
All, Love to see Holder loose his law license...
OTOH am looking for the taxes passed in Obamacare that have nothing to do with health care. IIRC they concern death tax, sale of homes and financial transactions. IMO these need the most publcity and would help us win the Senate. If you run across them please post. Thanks.
Nothing in there about home sales, as far as I can see.
Gotta run. Representing our Legion post in the parade today, other buddies are representing our Kiwanis club. It's gonna be a hot one for sure...
The source for this thread however is NewsMax, so........
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