Rep. Issa Doesn’t Have The Support Of Republicans On The Oversight Committee To Hold Eric Holder In Contempt Of Congress
Rep. Issa might not have the votes to push forward Holder contempt charge
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) might not have the votes in his own committee to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress.
A number of Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are wary of moving forward with Issa’s proposed measure, putting the powerful chairman in an awkward position as he attempts to build support for the move.
When compared with the 15 Republicans on the committee who have actively been speaking in favor of the measure, the silence, lack of outspoken support and desire by these eight GOP caucus members to avoid the issue could be a problem for Issa.
… “when I saw how out-of-touch Washington had become with the core values of this great nation, I put my name forward and ran for office.” John Boehner
“The work ahead of us will not be easy. We must act swiftly to restore the trust between Congress and the American people.” John Boehner
I’ve been thinking that John Boehner must use more “tampons” than most females because I can guarantee, he doesn’t have any cods. The above quotes were written by someone with a form of masculinity and read by Boehner.
The U.S. Department Of Eunuchs of which he is the Chairman has more members than all the other governmental departments and committees.
Darrell Issa wants to bring contempt of Congress charges against Eric Holder for stonewalling Issa’s investigation of the gun running operation known as Fast and Furious. Even though it’s been well over a year, Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are not going to pursue it. So, just to let people know who needs to get a boot right up the old poop-chute when they come up for re-election:
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) — plans to hold off making his decision until a final draft is put forward
Rep. Frank Guinta (R-N.H.) — no comment
Rep. Todd Platts (R-Pa.)
Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio)
Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.)
Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.)
Rep. Patrick Meehan (R-Pa.)
Rep. Dennis Ross (R-Fla.)