Skip to comments.Marco Rubio calls for Eric Holder to resign (what changed his mind???)
Posted on 06/21/2012 8:42:52 AM PDT by RummyChick
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio told The Daily Caller on Thursday that its time for Attorney General Eric Holder to resign over the Fast and Furious scandal.
During a breakfast for reporters organized by The Christian Science Monitor on Thursday, Rubio responded yes when asked if he agrees with presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and the five other U.S. Senators who have called for Holders resignation.
I think were at the point of no return, Rubio said
from yesterday’s daily caller
“Rubio hasnt outright called for Holders resignation, and his spokesperson wont answer whether hell join presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, five U.S. senators and 129 House members demanding Holders ouster”
“Other senators have called on Holder to resign, including South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, Texas Sen. John Cornyn, Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson and Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe”
So where does McLame stand on the issue???
Like I said yesterday, Ensure and Rubio deserve each other.
That should be Romney and Rubio deserve each other. Stupid auto correct!
Rubio realizes that if he wants a shot at the VP slot he has to stop waffling around and make a stand. (His immigration posturing is doing him no favors, BTW)
He’s essentially puffing out his chest saying; “Look at me! I can be a tough guy!”
What changes most RINO minds?
A change in wind direction and/or intensity.
(maybe I shouldn't say "nothing" since his retreat might help defeat Obama in November)
LOL! Here in the Wash DC area it’s very hot but I didn’t know it was so windy on Capitol Hill.
My sarcastic post on that thread is only a few hours old when reality overtook it.
“I have tried to be very patient and judicious and responsible in my statements up to this point, and to give the administration and Eric Holder the benefit of the doubt,” Rubio said in an appearance on conservative radio host Laura Ingraham’s program.
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Rubio continued, “My focus has been and remains the far more importante issue of getting the Dream Act and amnesty passed. While procedurally clumsy the President’s edict the other day is a giant step to doing the right thing”
“It wouldn’t be prudent to ask for AG Holder’s resignation at this time. Let’s wait until we know which way the wind is blowing”
Venceramos! Adios, and good night! ?
17 posted on Thursday, June 21, 2012 10:21:34 AM by Covenantor (”Men are ruled...by liars who refuse them news, and by fools who cannot govern.” Chesterton)
See my post #8. McLame is the biggest RINO and, therefore, among the last to notice a change in wind direction and/or intensity. Right now in his mind, it is still racist and uncivil to question the emperor's choice. After all, don't you know he is the highest law enforcement officer in the land?
If incompetent or more, the person should be removed and not allowed an opportunity to just walk away.
Calling for a resignation seems to be the lazy approach.
Actually, if you read the White House Insider, the replacement may be worse if it is Tony West.
That tale involves Feinstein, Kuwata, and the raiding of her war chest.
Who would replace this thug? Andy Stern? HIS policies and decisions are all made by the Punk, anyway. Bob
Holder should go to jail, and take the ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT IN CHIEF with him”
Amen to that!!
A little off topic, but since Obama claimed executive privilege, he is acknowledging that he was involved in Fast & Furious. I think the Republicans should emphasize that Obama sent thousands of weapons across the border resulting in the deaths of many (100+?) Mexican citizens.
I want to think that in view of Romney's behavior toward Newt, he will do just that.
“So where does McLame stand on the issue???”
He’s standing in his usual position with his head up his a$$! Come on Utah, off McLame’s buddy Hatch! Be better than Arizona and recognize this turd for what he is, an old man who no longer knows what time it is!
Rubio (meaning blond in Spanish) is a spoiled babbling Latin brat. In a Latin household, his nickname would be Mi Rey meaning My King (Si, Mi Rey. No, Mi Rey).
Mi Rey seems to have never held a real job in his royal life.
When he comes on TV, I turn him off as I do the Kenyan bastard and Romney (and many others). I’m fair and balanced.
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