Eric Holder Found in Contempt of Congress

The House of Representatives found Eric Holder to be in contempt for not producing documents related to Fast and Furious, documents President Obama has claimed do not have to be released because of Executive Privilege.

Because of the wing-nut conspiracy theory that Fast and Furious was intended to deprive us of our Second Amendment rights, the National Rifle Association told House members that this vote would count as part of their NRA “score.”  That’s why 17 Democrats voted in favor, out of fear of the NRA.

The overall vote was 255 in favor, 67 against, and 110 not voting.  Two brave Republicans voted against.

I believe that this vote will be remembered as a truly ridiculous and shameful episode in the history of the House.

Obama’s Bloody Thursday

If I worked at the White House, I’d get in extra early on Thursday, having had valium for breakfast.

The Supreme Court will announce its decision on Obamacare, and the House will vote on whether Eric Holder is in contempt over Fast and Furious.

Some early Fourth of July fireworks will be exploding at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Note to Sasha and Malia — You don’t want to ask for a raise in your allowance on Thursday.

Note to Bo — You don’t want to mess on any carpets on Thursday.

Note to Michelle — You don’t want to make a fuss if the Prez has a cigarette (or half a pack) on Thursday.