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  1. #1 "Great Now We Have The Terrorists Former Lawyers Prosecuting them ." 
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    Holder Admits Nine Obama Dept. of Justice Officials Worked for Terrorist Detainees, Offers no Details.

    "Holder needs to go.Either He's Stupid Or He is Stonewalling The Conservatives
    In Congress !"


    Attorney General Eric Holder says nine Obama appointees in the Justice Department have represented or advocated for terrorist detainees before joining the Justice Department. But he does not reveal any names beyond the two officials whose work has already been publicly reported. And all the lawyers, according to Holder, are eligible to work on general detainee matters, even if there are specific parts of some cases they cannot be involved in.
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    Holder's admission comes in the form of an answer to a question posed last November by Republican Sen. Charles Grassley.

    Grassley asked Holder to give the Senate Judiciary Committee "the names of political appointees in your department who represent detainees or who work for organizations advocating on their behalf

    In his response, Holder has given Grassley almost nothing.
    He says nine Obama political appointees at the Justice Department have advocated on behalf of detainees, but did not identify any of the nine other than the two, Katyal and Daskal, whose names Grassley already knew. "To the best of our knowledge," Holder writes.
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    Finally, it is possible that there are more than nine political appointees who worked for detainees. Holder tells Grassley that he did not survey the Justice Department as a whole but instead canvassed several large offices within the organization.

    Bottom line: Holder revealed no names beyond the two already publicly known. He revealed no cases from which Justice political appointees recused themselves. The letter, which will likely be interpreted on Capitol Hill as a thumb-your-nose statement, is sure to anger Republican senators more than satisfy them.

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    Holder will be gone after this. Should never have been there.
    "Our president delivered his State of the Union message to Congress. That is one of the things his contract calls for -- to tell congress the condition of the country. This message, as I say, is to Congress. The rest of the people know the condition of the country, for they live in it, but Congress has no idea what is going on in America, so the president has to tell 'em." ~ Will Rogers
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    More evidence that this pretender should have never gotten on the ballot, let alone the office of president. He is known by his friends and acquaintances. O Blah Blah is the one who needs to go.
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    We have elected the enemy. Classic Trojan Horse.
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