The Subpoena

Dave Hardy has a link to the details of what was demanded of the Justice Department. I had not realized until listening to Cam & Company last night (or maybe the night before) that this is actually a rare thing, for Congress to issue to a subpoena to an Attorney General. Apparently this hasn’t happened since Watergate.

Holder is a slippery bastard, so I haven’t been skeptical he’s going to get punished for any of this, but in that vein, things seem to be decidedly looking up.

6 Responses to “The Subpoena”

  1. Flight-ER-Doc says:

    No doubt he has already written, and had signed, the presidential pardons for himself, BIG Sis, and the rest of the criminals in the US Government…

  2. I agree that it’s unlikely that he’ll actually be punished, but things might get uncomfortable enough for him to have his sword held for him to fall on.

  3. Flight-ER-Doc says:

    The worst that will happen to him is he gets ‘resigned to spend more time with his family’ and then makes $40K a speech….

    cf Janet Reno, for example.

  4. Sage Thrasher says:

    “Apparently this hasn’t happened since Watergate.”

    Sadly, you wouldn’t know anything unusual had happened by reading the press, other than CBS. I’ve never seen a scandal of such proportions so uniformly ignored.

  5. Shawn says:

    Remember when the justice department gave them a 900 page report of nothing but blacked out text? I’d bet money the exact same thing will happen this time.

  6. Ian Argent says:

    Subpoena says “unredacted.” And CNN was discussing this the other day