Obama's Legal Muscle Resigns | Beaufort County Now | Lawless Attorney General Eric Holder will resign today, leaving his top client Amateur Obama in a less defensible in regards to the long list of scandals that plague his administration, which well reflects The Amateur's poor ability to make wise or even truthful decisions. position | lawless Attorney General, Eric Holder, Amateur Obama, The Amateur, scandals, B. Hussein Obama, IRS Targeting scandal, Benghazi coverup

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Obama's Legal Muscle Resigns

    Publisher's note: My apoligies to our readers on this post that we could not hit all the high low points of Eric Holder's administration of a DOJ that became: more incompetent in practice, prejudiced in purpose, and divisive to the point of Racism than any DOJ in modern times. There will, however, be more time in the future to deal with these certain and pertinent truths.

    Lawless Attorney General Eric Holder resigned today, Septem 25, 2014, leaving his top client, Amateur Obama, in a less defensible position in regards to the long list of scandals that plague his administration, which well reflects The Amateur's poor ability to make wise or even truthful decisions.

    Eric Holder, as the nation's 'top cop' as attorney general, worked nearly exclusively to shield his old friend, the nation's first Affirmative Action President, B. Hussein Obama, from multiple scandals, where bad judgement or illegal activities were at their very core. In these scandals that are a product of Amateur Obama's poor or unlawful behavior, the more notable are: former EPA Director Lisa Jackson's unfair targeting scandal and cover-up (no investigation); the Benghazi debacle, mismanagement of message and resultant cover-up No investigation); Black Panthers' voter intimidation in Philadelphia, Pa (no investigation); the spying on FOX News Journalist James Rosen case; and the IRS targeting of political enemies, the intricate cover-up, and lying of IRS officials (no investigation).
Lawless Attorney General Eric Holder speaks to some of the county commissioners, form across the United States, in March, 2011: Above.    photo by Stan Deatherage

    As an attorney general, Eric Holder still has an ongoing, unsettled Contempt of Congress charge, with many unanswered questions over his own 'Fast and Furious' gun running scandal, his lying to congress over the James Rosen spying incident, and his ongoing charade of an investigation over the Benghazi terrorist attack that took Holder's FBI over 3 weeks to initiate investigations, which has yielded only one suspect from a public attack that was recorded by security cameras, and a bevy of eyewitnesses accounts from the consulate employees, who were saved by CIA contract commandos, who disobeyed Amateur Obama's orders for them to "Stand Down" on that fateful 9/11, 2012 night.

    Mostly, the lawless Eric Holder used his nearly 6 years on the job to act as B. Hussein Obama's taxpayer paid for personal counsel, his legal muscle, who had the power of his public position to prosecute those that were out of favor with Candidate Obama, and himself, while shielding himself, and his good friend, America's first Affirmative Action Resident, from the troubling dictates of a constitutional government. Eric Holder, like The Amateur swore to defend that document, but instead harnessed the power of their respective offices to play a 'cat and mouse game' with congress, the supreme court, and, ultimately, the truth, which was never a pertinent factor for this administration, or this attorney general.

    As America's taxpayer paid attorney general, as America's 'top cop', with poser of his immense staff, Eric Holder was much more inclined to avail himself to the political machinations of only serving Candidate Obama, and his low information voting base. Rather than keeping and protecting our laws, the Lawless Attorney General was more preoccupied with race over facts, and politics over integrity. In the sum of his nearly 6 year legacy, as our attorney general, Eric Holder will be remembered as the most incompetent and dishonest AG of modern times, and that includes John Mitchell, who was prosecuted during the Watergate investigations, and served some notable time in prison.

    While there will be no chance now of Eric Holder finally being Impeached, should the Republicans gain control of the U.S. Senate and extend their gain of seats in the U.S. House, there is the possibility of a future indictment due to his lawless activities in regards to his dishonorable and illegal behavior as attorney general, of which there was quite an ungracious plenty.

    There is one anticipated downside for Amateur Obama. The Amateur will have a tough time with a new Republican Senate, should that majority exist, confirming his appointment if there is any hint of the impropriety that was Eric Holder's Department of Justice.


( September 28th, 2014 @ 11:25 pm )
Gene, I told you to stop using that "hate" word, and all derivatives of it.

Just because Eric Holder may also be the first Affirmative Action AG, and we realize it, it does not mean we hate the man. We, John and myself, just expect justice from the Justice Department.

I agree with you, John, on the optics of pardon. If the Republicans gain both houed of congress, then maybe Holder will be finally prosecuted for his crimes.

Almost makes one want to vote for the establishment Republican Thom Thillis ... almost.
( September 28th, 2014 @ 11:03 pm )
Holder is leaving now because the optics of a pardon would be much less humiliating to the Dems in the 2016 Pres election if he were a civilian vs. the AG....just my .02
( September 28th, 2014 @ 11:00 pm )
It's typical, the very first responce to your "rhetoric" fails to mention any facts, court cases, etc...to refute the points you made. The best arguement made in the opening salvo is that you are a "hater", so tired of hearing that trivial responce.
( September 28th, 2014 @ 10:56 pm )
No respect at all for Holder. And I challenge anyone to give 2 examples (that haven't been overturned by the courts)of anything his DOJ has done that showed his respect for the Constitution being applied fairly and equitably to everyone. (And please don't mention Bush or Cheney in a feable attempt to your opinion)
( September 28th, 2014 @ 9:55 pm )
Tell me, and everyone else this John: As a former police officer of some notable distinction, do you have any shred of respect for Eric Holder?

I sense none.

Then, how can Democrats discuss the man's legacy without considering his lawless behavior? Is it about time that America put this former judge where he belongs - in jail.
( September 28th, 2014 @ 9:15 pm )
We "win" by minding our own business? Are you serious? If the United States ever practiced the Imperialism it has been accused of, most if not all of Europe, half the Middle East and a good portion of the South East Asian countries would be colonies, but they aren't..I didn't think anyone would be able to defend Holder's horrible tenure without taking a shovel and digging up stuff totally irrelevant from the Bush administration. If you are going to defend Holder, talk about the specifics of what you think are the fine examples of his DOJ fairly executing thier duties to uphold the Constitution. Let Holder and your praise stand on it's own merits.
( September 28th, 2014 @ 12:32 pm )
Thanks, Stan, for the reminder that both sides of the aisle in Raleigh have their share of "crazy decisions!!!!"
( September 28th, 2014 @ 12:20 pm )
Actually the mental hospitals were closed when we had a Democrat governor, a Democrat NC House, and a Democrat NC Senate.

Maybe, the Republicans should re-open these essential institutions. This is what government does, or should do, not subsidies to corporations, film incentives, or welfare to those that won't work.

One day this all will end. It would be better to stop it now.
( September 28th, 2014 @ 12:14 pm )
How do we distinguish ISIS "crazy" from Homeland "crazy"???

Maybe Republicans should re-consider the closing of our mental hospitals and shipping patients to communities and half-way houses, etc. --- or to jobs on Legislative Hill from Dix Hill in Raleigh!!!!
( September 27th, 2014 @ 10:07 am )
Just had our first Homeland be-heading yesterday. I suggest that we find, and kill Islamist terrorist where we can find them, rather than here.

Iraq was as good a place as any. We should have colonized the nation to the point that they were better directed toward a more productive exisitence.
( September 27th, 2014 @ 9:45 am )
I presume you are AWARE of the fact that all our bases in Iraq were on a line to the Gulf of Acaba already on the map. It appears to me OIL was more than a big motive over War in the Middle East.

The days of Imperialism are over, brother! It never works out and hate is the product and motivation for Terrorism. We "win" by minding our own business rather than drain our economy fomenting war across the earth. Democracy and Capitalism (done honestly) proved we could win the Cold War with Russia. Only when the world like and want what the US has do we really win the minds of people in despotic conditions. Nazi Germany did not last due to its greed and barbarism.

Are we doing the same under a guise of "fighting terrorists?" Homeland Security has already violated many human rights granted under the Constitution.
( September 27th, 2014 @ 9:24 am )
"Bush Lied, Kids Died!"

I seem to remember that 'Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and almost every other Democrat in Congress lied and Kids Died'(!), and then blamed their mistake on Bush/Cheney. Why? Because they are Democrats, and that is what Democrats do - thoughtless in practice, blaming in defense of their own mistakes.

Yeah, I remember all of that. It sure would be nice to have those bases back now in Iraq right now. I bet the Iraqis would appreciate us back in their pitiful country.

Bush's only mistake is that did not colonize Iraq, and use the oil money to turn that country around. He should not have allowed Colin Powell to convince him to enact the de-Baathification of Iraq. Huge mistake.
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