Skip to comments.Who's correct? O'Reilly or Mark Levin?
Posted on 06/20/2012 5:42:42 PM PDT by Kevin in California
While watching the leprecaun and Morris debate tonight regarding the Holder contemp hearing, the leprecaun told Morris if the House vote next week finds Holder in contempt, it'll be nothing more than an embararrasment for him as there are no mechanisms in place to prosecute Holder as he's pretty much not prosecute himself.
However, while listening to Levin on the way home from work earlier, Levin said the house can add some sort of notes to the vote in which they could seek an outside Fed court to make Holder turn over the docs the OC (Issa) is demanding.
If I were to venture a guess on who's correct, I'd take Levin over the leprecaun.
My money is always on Levin.
No comparison....The GREAT One trumps O’Reilly every time!
And my money is on Levin.
Levin is a Constitutional Lawyer, and the Leprechaun is?
Normally, my money would be on Levin, but O'Reilly is a subject matter expert on being an embarrassment.
Well, O’Reilly is wrong: the House can send the Sergeant-at-Arms to arrest a person held in contempt, and direct that he be imprisoned until he complies with the investigatory demand, or until the session of Congress ends.
Mark usually knows what hes talking about...
Perhaps the state of Arizona should put out an arrest warrant on Holder for the charge of accessory to murder of Brian Terry.
That would be interesting.
Sen. Obama, who has taught courses in constitutional law at the University of Chicago, has regularly referred to himself as “a constitutional law professor,” most famously at a March 30, 2007, fundraiser when he said, “I was a constitutional law professor, which means unlike the current president I actually respect the Constitution.”
OReilly is always right,never wrong and he tells you that evvvvverrrry single night ,ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
Good money is on Levin....not the leprechaun.
O’Reilly is wrong very often. Levin always strikes me as very sharp.
Not much to choose between there.
Not the world’s biggest Levin fan but he’s usually right on judicial issues and O’Reilly doesn’t know squat about anything.
President Obama became a constitutional lawyer, expressly so he could use his knowledge to skirt the Constitution.
Another Obama lie: he was never a Constitutional law professor. He was an adjunct lecturer in Constitutional law.
(Those of us who actually published rather than perishing and actually help run our departments are jealous of the title professor, and don’t want our brand diluted by negligent part-timers who never published any scholarly works in their field, and didn’t even have the decency to show up for faculty meetings.)
After a contempt vote by House, Holder will be pretty much ineffective in his job.