The Audacity of AG Holder

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  1. righteousdude2

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    Holder may never have read the 10 pages that make up the new Arizona bill dealing with illegal immigration, but, it is clear he is well read in the ideology of Obama's book "The Audacity of Hope".

    The Arizona bill is only 10 pages long. Obama's book is 384 pages long - in its hard cover version - and apparently more to the liking of AG Holder, because he displayed his professional audacity when he - finally - admitted that he had NOT yet read the controversial Arizona illegal immigration bill.

    How can this nation's top Attorney go around speaking out against this bill, and making statements and predictions as to its possible impact on Mexicans living in Arizona, when he NEVER read a single page of the 10 page law/bill ???

    This must be the kind of audacity that Obama wrote about, and it must have had an intellectual impact on AG Holder, and how he would operate as this countries top Attorney.

    While presenting himself as an expert on the recent signing of the bill and it's potential negative impact on Mexicans living in Arizona, Holder has had a major role in inciting anger and disenchantment with the law enforcement agencies in Arizona, and, throughout the country.

    That is why I write this post. How many people developed and built their personal bias, hate, and anger against this law, straight from his comments and statements ???

    If Holder didn't read this 10 page law prior to making himself the "go-to-public-figure" for official statements regarding the negative impact of this "renegade law" set to run amok in Arizona, what else has he spoke about with NO personal knowledge ??? If Holder was to be believed, this new law would result in local Mexicans being hassled for their papers, arrested, and deported just for sitting back and enjoying a casual ice cream cone at the local 29 flavors ice cream shop, in Flagstaff.

    Next to Obama, himself, AG Holder was the "go-to-expert" regarding this law and its legal ramifications for innocent Mexicans all over Arizona.

    Now we find out he knew ABSOLUTELY nothing about the words printed on the 10 pages of that law.

    This leaves us to question if Obama is in the same sinking boat as AG Holder. After all, if Holder didn't read the law, how can we be assured that Obama read the law ???

    And if AG Holder didn't read this law before he presented himself as the expert person on this law and the Constitution, how confident can any American be in believing, that from Obama on down, anyone of importance in DC actually read the more than 2400 pages of that new, massive health-care bill ???

    Americans should be concerned. The fact that Holder candidly shared that he had yet to read the Arizona law, means that this entire administration may be playing with out trust, and making decisions that could seriously impact the entire nation in many negative ways.

    Now I'm led to question if Obama took the time to read that new nuclear arms agreement with Russia. :tonofbricks:

    What are we paying these people for? We expect them to not only lead our nation, but, to have an intellectual grip on the "fine print" of everything that passes through their hands.

    This kind of "shoddy leadership" must stop. The so-called "buck" stops at the Oval Office, and Obama needs to get his team under control. No more public comments until the heads-of-state have a full understanding and an intellectual command of the subject matter they are going to speak on!!! :BangHead:

    Shalom,

    Pastor Paul :type:
     
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  2. billwald

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    >Now we find out he knew ABSOLUTELY nothing about the words printed on the 10 pages of that law.

    How do "we" know that?
     
  3. righteousdude2

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    I Apologize. My Bad!!! hope this clears things up ???

    I completely forgot to put the supportive web sites in the post. forgive me...

    SEE:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFO30lCSEc0
    http://dailypaul.com/node/134539
    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/05/...ent-read-the-arizona-law-ive-been-dumping-on/

    I believe these will support my article. And, if you'd like, simply browse the web, and you'll find Holder plastered all over it in regard to this "double-dribble" on a last second winning lay up. :applause:

    Shalom,

    Pastor Paul :type:
     
  4. Martin

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    ==Because we live in a shallow, bumper-sticker culture where facts mean very little. I would bet, and I am not a betting man, that the vast majority of Americans who are heavily involved in this debate have not read the bill. Just like the vast majority of people who protested "The Passion" had not seen it (etc). The A.G. is just another example of this type of thing. Sadly he is an example of someone who is also in high office.

    ==I would think most people's opinion was impacted more by the liberal news media and the conservative news media. Sure, Holder's comments were used by both (in different ways) but the news outlets have a more direct impact on people's daily opinions.


    ==Did not President Obama jump to conclusions, wrong conclusions, about the police officer who arrested the black college professor? He certainly did. He did not know all the facts, at that point nobody did, and that did not stop him from attacking the police officer from the White House. What does that tell us? I don't know about you, but it tells me that there is more than one person in this administration that speaks before learning all the facts.
     
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    Thanks for the URL. It is more amazing that he admitted it than that he hadn't read it.

    Maybe this list should require that everyone read the Bible cover to cover before commenting on it.
     
  6. targus

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    Where would that put you?
     

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