Skip to comments.House Republicans Express "Great Concern" About Possible Holder Perjury
Posted on 05/29/2013 5:24:21 PM PDT by Biggirl
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday expressing "great concern" about the possibility that Holder lied under oath during his testimony earlier this month on the Justice Department's seizing of journalists' records, CBS News has learned.
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Ryan was just on O’Reilly telling him that this could take months. Why? So they can drag it along to the next elections. These useless idiots don’t care about the law. If they do wait it is going to be a big mistake the libs will use against them for making it political. Morons!
Maybe they will write a strongly written letter to Zero.
“great concern” soon to be followed by “deeply saddened”.
We’ll know the Republicans are really fired up when we start hearing them refer to “serious implications”.
Of course the GOP does not actually want anybody to pay a price.
They just want to use the scandals as a campaign tool.
Will a real man stand up and impeach this little bitch already?
Yep, you know they’re really tee’d off when they begin to misuse prepositional phrases and ignore proper punctuation. Yessiree, its about to come down hard on the rats....
I’m concerned he ain’t going to prison.
Well good. It just means Holder will not have to buy any toilet paper for awhile.
LOL, it’s not if, but when, they’ll start dangling their modifiers. Watch out, Holder!
Prediction: This will stick just as well as the Clinton perjury charge.
I have “great concerns” the Republicans will blow it once again.
Um, wasn’t bent willie impeached for lying under oath? ... Albeit he was not convicted by the bought and paid for Arlon crap.
Concern!!! I was thinking more along the lines of salivation.
Wring those hands, wimps!
Are they serious about cleaning this mess up or looking to string it out until the 2014 campaign season?
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