As Kaylin noted, Attorney General Eric Holder lost his cool with Congressman Darrell Issa, the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee today. Holder called Issa’s conduct as a Congressman “shameful.”
Now there’s no love lost between Holder and Issa given their history over Fast & Furious. But Holder is the last person who is in any position to be calling anyone’s conduct shameful.
Whether we’re talking about Holder’s role in the Marc Rich pardon during the last days of the Clinton Administration, calling his fellow countrymen “a nation of cowards,” dropping the voter intimidation case against the New Black Panthers in Philadelphia, “glancing” at the Arizona immigration law and playing the race card when he was criticized for his role in Fast & Furious, Holder could teach a graduate level seminar in shameful conduct.
Eric Holder has no shame.
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