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Holder Defends Record Before Judiciary Committee

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Members of the House Judiciary Committee grilled Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. for almost four hours today at an oversight hearing, pressing him on the enforcement of drug laws, the Affordable Care Act, domestic surveillance and the lack of criminal prosecutions stemming from the financial crisis.

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What's being said

  • Yes, Alberto Gonzalez was such an outstanding AG.

  • Fed Up

    “I’ll put my record up against any other attorney general,”

    And he will come up short.

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