When Will Eric Holder be Impeached? | Eastern North Carolina Now

The Constitution provides for such removal from office if the public servant breaks the law, so I reiterate: When will Attorney General Eric Holder be Impeached?

The short of it: Eric Holder is a liar, in regards to multiple testimonies before congress, and he is a fool in regards to his competency to perform the duties of his office, so ...

    The Constitution provides for such removal from office if the public servant breaks the law, and moreover the current attorney general is a proven incompetent, so I reiterate: When will Eric Holder be impeached by congress?

    Okay, I'll answer my own question: It ain't gonna happen, even though the utterly incompetent AG Holder, who has repeatedly lied under oath to congress, and is technically in Contempt of Congress as I write this piece.

    So, why will what should happen not happen?

    In a word - politics. In another group of words - there are not enough good Republicans in the United States Senate to pull off the impeachment of Eric Holder, who is, for the sake of redundancy so I can make myself perfectly clear, a liar extraordinaire, and, moreover, an incompetent fool, who desperately needs to be impeached. The problem is there are many incompetent fools in the senate, chief among them, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who recently, and justly, was described by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as “our friend, the majority leader, is going to be remembered as the worst leader here ever.” Minority Leader McConnell on another occasion described Majority Leader Reid thusly, “I just hope the majority leader thinks about his legacy, the future of his party and, most importantly, the future of our country before he acts.”

    Why is Minority Leader McConnell so harsh on the Majority Leader?

    Besides Majority Leader Reid's ObamaCare debacle, he has not passed a budget in 4 years, which as many of you know, is a rather poor way to run the federal government's taxing and spending necessity, which is the duty constitutionally allotted to congress, which in turn becomes the senate Democrat majority's unconstitutional dereliction of duty to not perform. In this regard, I do believe that the Minority Leader has hit the nail on the head in his assessment of hapless Harry Reid.

    Considering the Majority Leader's pathetic leadership of his Democrat majority, one must factor in the immutable fact that since the Democrats, including North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan, in the upper chamber voted for Senator Reid to be their leader: Do you really think this Democrat majority could ever muster the integrity to do what needs to done, and impeach that unequivocal fool, Eric Holder?

    An unequivocal fool: Now Stan, aren't you being a bit harsh too?

    Not in the least if one considers that lying to congress is a felony. Furthermore, so is aiding in any cover-ups, where there may be many afoot in the Obama Administration, which, thankfully, a Republican majority in the U.S. House may be able to "ferret out" at some point. Understanding these truths and possible truths, what "really chapped my hide" has been his involvement in the Trayvon / Zimmerman case, which as I have publicly stated, "I don't give a rat's ass about." It's not that I believe the unfortunate gunshot death of a Black boy is frivolous, or, alternately, that the exoneration of a doughy Hispanic man with a Jewish sir-name, by self-defense, is outstanding; it's will make a bit of real difference to me, or our readers here in BCN.

    What does matter is that we have an attorney general, who believes that he has the time, and the responsibility to pander to any special interest group by lying, once again, that he could skirt the United States Constitution, while strongly condemning "Stand Your Ground" self-defense state statues, and promising to continue his 15 month federal probe of George Zimmerman, who the state court, by jury trial, did acquit, for possible federal Civil Rights violations. Good luck on that one. Just today, Florida Governor Rick Scott reaffirmed his support for Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law, and suggested that the many organized protesters, to confront Florida legislators if they wanted to effect change. In other words, good luck to them as well.
Eric Holder whipping up political momentum with like-minded county commissioners at the 2011 NACo Conference: Above.     photo by Stan Deatherage

    Poverty Pimp Rev. Jesse Jackson asserted to that same NAACP group that Florida was an "apartheid state," likening the "sunshine state" to a pre-Nelson Mandela South Africa. Reverend Al Sharpton race-baited that same crowd, “Just like we raised the temperature to get a trial, we are going to raise the temperature to get civil rights legislation and to turn around ‘stand your ground’”.

    Good luck on that one, and consequently, I will now predict that these race-mongers, including Eric Holder, will face a hard test to change or subvert Florida's sovereignty to in-act constitutional laws of their choosing. What occurred between Trayvon and that overly curious, doughy Hispanic man with a Jewish sir-name, Zimmerman, is unfortunate; however, there are consequences for everything we do, and don't do, and like it or not, a Florida jury did duly decide to acquit George Zimmerman.

    Furthermore, America needs to wake up to the reality that there are very stupid, ignoble people who can, and will influence your collective future if you do not "stand your ground" by getting involved, and help elect men and women of integrity to do what is wise, and ultimately defend the constitutions of their respective states, but not in conflict with the United States Constitution. Then, and only then, will we be able to keep lying fools, like Eric Holder, from ever being appointed to anything, and, moreover, after the 2014 mid-term elections, we can get this fool impeached.

Even though the present mainstream media considers Race the all encompassing issue of the ages: Should the Federal DOJ prosecute George Zimmerman under Hate Crimes law?
26.02%   Yes, I believe that George Zimmerman murdered Trayvon out of racial hatred and should be prosecuted.
45.66%   No, the Obama Administration needs to mind its business to solve the mess they have made of America.
28.32%   I absolutely don't care.
1,395 total vote(s)     Voting has Ended!

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( July 19th, 2013 @ 1:40 pm )
Even though, I have spoken well of liars, this is no lie: Candidate Barrack Obama is right now as I put the finishing touches of this post, at 1:35 pm on Friday, July 19, 2013, actually talking about Trayvon - doing the "son" thing again - specifically identifying with the "African-American" collective conscience.

You cannot make this stuff up.

Speaking of impeaching fools: When will Candidate Obama be impeached?

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