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Attorney General Eric Holder Hospitalized

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Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. was taken to a hospital Thursday morning after experiencing "faintness and shortness of breath," according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

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    Amen!

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    It is time for him to either resign or be impeached.

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    It is time for him to either resign or be impeached.

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    It is time for him to either resign or be impeached.

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    One can‘t shamelessly go around comparing voter ID laws to Jim Crow and advocating for felons‘ rights and think that the gods are going to let all that slide. The AG was overdue for a smiting. Let this be a signal to him both to mend his ways and resign from office so as to better look after his health.

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