Should Congress Hold a ‘No Confidence’ Vote Against Attorney General Holder?

Steve Cooper
Theconservativemonster.com

It was good enough for the Senate to hold a ‘No Confidence’ vote against Bush Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. So, why not have one against Eric Holder?

Fast and Furious has proven that Holder can’t be trusted when it comes to being ‘open and transparent’. Benghazi and the IRS scandal are examples where a special prosecutor should be appointed, but that will never happen under Eric Holder.

Sept 2012 – Rep. Gosar Asks for Floor Vote on “No Confidence” in Attorney General Holder

Specter: ‘No confidence’ vote will make Gonzales quit


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4 comments for “Should Congress Hold a ‘No Confidence’ Vote Against Attorney General Holder?

  1. ROG
    May 22, 2013 at 10:05 am

    THE REPUBLICANS ARE NOW A BUNCH OF SPINELESS DOGS SO I DOUBT THAT RATTLING HOLDER’S CAGE WILL DO ANY OF THEM ANY GOOD… REMEMBER COUNTRY FIRST BUT NOT IN THE CONGRESS… THIS IS TOTALLY BIZARRE AND GETTING WORSE BY THE MINUTE

    • May 22, 2013 at 6:41 pm

      I hate the Reps almost as much as the Dems… don’t even get me started lol.

  2. ROG
    May 23, 2013 at 12:42 am

    I LEFT THE REPUBLICRATS… THEY SUCK… I AM INDEPENDENT.. AND I WILL ONLY VOTE FOR CONSERVATIVES…

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