Justice Department confirms it will not prosecute Holder: It is easy to be above the law when your buddy Obama is the one decreeing them.

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Fred
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i told folks on another web site the same thing. The democrats were all booes. Not fair and all of that crap, but when it comes to their turn? see no evil.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Let me get this straight, lying to congress is supposed to be a crime. They have in the last few years prosecuted professional athletes for it, but not this racist pile of excrement for it? This is really beginning to sound like something you would have read about in Pravda about 40 years ago.

KimmyQueen
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The little people can be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law but those who are in power are above the law it seems.

Missile Command
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Sad but true, under Obama we are getting more like the USSR every day

Not so silent
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Well if the law don’t apply to our little God and his juvenile delinquent Attorney general,they don’t apply to us either, John feel free to steal shit and occupoop cause the law don’t mean shit anymore….

guysmiley
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Armed revolution.

Angry Southerner
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Trial by the people

flashingscotsman
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With pitchforks?

poppajoe49
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And torches.

flashingscotsman
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Ok, all you YouTube contributors, set your cameras for B&W. This is gonna be good.

ooddballz
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Hell, I will pass the hat for the pitchforks, and buy a few buckets of tar outta my own pocket.

So, who brings the feathers?

drb
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I have my own pitchfork!

PsychoDad
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Careful. Big Brother is watching you.
Now, more than ever.

guysmiley
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I understand what you guys are saying. It’s not just this issue, but many others where we’re getting screwed on a daily basis by the blatant corruption of this Admin. The guys on the right in D.C. have no nuts to stand up and fight these commie clowns. They must have skeletons in their closets, because if we had honest reps. on the right, impeachment (and possibly treason) proceedings would have been started. It gets to a point where ‘How much do we take? How much should we have to take before we all end up as slaves?’ And no, I won’t be taking up arms any time soon. Just an inappropiate comment, I suppose. I get frustrated sometimes. My old gfirlfriends Dad use to call me “Short Fuse”!

DefHarryMelon
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No other steps to take before taking up arms and marching into… where? You mean to tell me there isn’t another step, maybe a few steps that should be taken before trying to foment a revolution? I don’t think that’s the next step.

ooddballz
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Read John Ross’s book Unintended consequences. It is a fiction novel, but he has some interesting ideas about the solution.

DefHarryMelon
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Okay, this surprises no one. What is our recourse?

poppajoe49
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My hope is that when Mitt takes over, his new AG will pursue the case.

jcrowley1985
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He won’t, he’s not working in your best interest; just corporate interest.

Not so silent
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TD…MO and Turds, Third of the day!

flashingscotsman
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TD,…………..MO.

drb
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Hurry along now dear…those fake Evil Mordor Cheetos are still waiting for you to slay with your mighty stick sword thingy.

drb
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We have quite a “honey do” list for Mitt.

KimmyQueen
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Obama out… Holder out… not in prison perhaps as he should be but defintely out and we can take a peak at the documents.

Karmaa
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Congress had a second vote at the contempt hearing, anticipating that these thugs would pull this BS. The second vote allows congress to pursue civil legal channels to enforce the subpoenas.

The bigger issue to me is: what is going to happen as more and more people realize that we have no options with these thugs in office? We have NO recourse against a bad supreme court decision. We have no recourse when the DOJ refuses to prosecute politicians. Our very basis of existence, developed by our wise forefathers, is in serious jeopardy. This is the very essence of tyranny, and while it is not here yet, it’s scary how close we are getting.

When animals are backed into a corner, we know how they act. Many humans are beginning to feel backed into corners. I am not looking forward to what is possibly coming.

KimmyQueen
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A lot of people share the fear of what Obama and company can do with the (hopefully) last bits of powers they have before they loose it.

Missile Command
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We have an option in November to get this crime mob out or office. You’re right about these people being dangerous – dangerous to the freedom of our republic. The constitution was written assuming the player in the government will act in good faith and in the best interest of the country. We can see today what happens when they do not.

KimmyQueen
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I saw this coming a mile away… You cannot go after the people that do wrong and use someone that is in essence UNDER the person that did wrong to do it. Nor can you use someone that is familiar and friendly with the person that did wrong to investigate him.

Jenn
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Sheesh. It’s a good thing I gave you my Pollyanna crown yesterday, or today I’d probably have to take it out back, put it on a fence post, and fire a few rounds at it.

Well, Mr. President. Thank you very much. I am feeling VERY fashionable today.

KimmyQueen
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LOL

Karmaa
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Utter insanity, and an illustration of how corruption continues in “the Chicago Way”. They all need to be ousted and then tried for treason. All of those people who were looking for Bush & Cheney’s heads should be screaming bloody murder about THIS!

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