Holder Laughs at Contempt Vote while Terry Family Still in Pain

Eclipsed by the alarming news of the Supreme Court siding with ObamaCare, on Thursday the House of Representatives in a 255-67 vote found the attorney general of the United States in contempt of Congress. Leading up to the contempt charge, last Tuesday, Attorney General Eric Holder refused to give subpoenaed documents to a House committee investigating Fast and Furious.  Then, the following day, President Obama invoked executive privilege minutes before the House Oversight Committee was scheduled to vote on a contempt of Congress citation against Holder. Rep. Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee, wrapped up Thursday's debate standing in front of an enlarged poster of Border Patrol Agent and former Marine Brian Terry.  It was a sad, hopeful, and solemn day for the relatives of the slain. Recently, Terry's brother-in-law told a reporter what it was like for the family after Brian's death.  We...(Read Full Post)