Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

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gaflyboy
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gaflyboy 05/31/13 - 05:55 am
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This man ...

And his actions are just a symptom of the ills of the Obama administration. Look at others the President has put in place. There are scandals around Kathleen Sebelius (HHS), Lisa Jackson (EPA), Janet Napolitano (DHS), Doug Shulman (IRS) and Hillary Clinton (State) as well.

Some have compared this administration to that of Richard Nixon. Bad as he was, Nixon was run out of town for much less.

chascushman
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chascushman 05/31/13 - 05:58 am
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“Some have compared this
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“Some have compared this administration to that of Richard Nixon.”
The current administration is Chicago ‘mob’ politics at its best/worst. This administration is closer to LBJ who used the FBI to investigate and blackmail his opposition.

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dahreese 05/31/13 - 07:59 am
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"This administration is
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"This administration is closer to LBJ who used the FBI to investigate and blackmail his opposition."

Just as J. Edgar Hoover used the FBI to blackmail his opposition?

I will add, however, Holder has this coming - as well as two or three of his predecessors.

Alberto Gonzales quickly comes to mind. But that may seem unfair to you since he was serving GWB and a Republican administration.

As a little reminder of Gonzales ethics ("coming from the White House").

Watch the video.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/archives/2013/05/on_comey.php?ref=fpblg

Darby
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Darby 05/31/13 - 09:32 am
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This guy makes you want to

HOLDer your nose until we get rid of him and OzBama.

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