Friday, May 14, 2010

Attorney General Eric Holder Beclowns Himself
in Front of Congress

One of my favorite conservative blogger sites,, has a couple of stories about Eric Holder's recent testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee. This man is an embarrassment and a disgrace to his office. He went to law school? Really?

He didn't read the Arizona law? Really? The law is 10 pages long. He said he's waiting to be "briefed." Yet he was all over the Sunday news shows with his "concerns" about the unconstitutionality of the law. WTF?

I DIDN'T READ IT. I HAVEN'T BEEN BRIEFED. THE DOG ATE MY HOMEWORK. Evidently, in whatever affirmative action world this guy came from, excuses like these were not a problem. I'm sorry for this guy that the expectations for him throughout his career, both in school and in whatever law experience he might have had during whatever lameass "law career" he's had, were so low that he now thinks an excuse like, "I didn't read it" is somehow acceptable. But we don't need an Attorney General of the United States who we need to feel sorry for. We need one who is capable of doing the job.

If anyone ever wondered if affirmative action might be a problem somewhere down the road--well, here you go.

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