28 January 2009

Holder AG Nomination Passes Senate Judiciary Committee; But Halbrook Says 'Not So Fast'

Today, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voted to approve the nomination of Eric Holder to the federal AGs post. His nomination now goes to the full U.S. Senate for a vote.

If you do nothing else today, read this column, then call your senator. Even if Mr. Holder is confirmed as the new attorney general of the United States, at least your opinion will be on the record.

"If the issue weren’t so serious for our nation, the irony would be delicious. Eric Holder, President Obama’s choice for Attorney General is justly criticized for many things. But the fact that he recommended that President Clinton pardon and release from prison unrepentant FALN terrorists while at nearly the same time advocating that law-abiding gun owners be imprisoned if their registration papers are not in order reveals a hard core left wing agenda."

That says it all right there. The contradiction boggles the mind. Read the entire column, written by the eminent jurist Stephen Halbrook.

Then pass it on to a friend.

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