It’s Not Because You’re Black, Mr. Holder


article-2690696-1F9D532800000578-182_634x377In his Sunday interview on ABC’s This Week, Attorney General Eric Holder showed with crystal clarity that he is an ugly, contemptible demagogue. “There’s a certain level of vehemence, it seems to me, that’s directed at me [and] directed at the president,” he said. “You know, people talking about taking their country back…. There’s a certain racial component to this for some people. I don’t think this is the thing that is a main driver, but for some there’s a racial animus.” So, since Mr. Holder insists on pretending that he’s too stupid to understand the very simple fact that every single one of his critics can quite easily cite a lengthy list of very legitimate reasons to denounce him in the strongest possible terms, let’s play along, shall we? Let’s explain to the poor, bewildered Attorney General why—for reasons having nothing whatsoever to do with race—many Americans say they wish to “take their country back.”

First, a few words about Holder’s disgraceful track record in the years before he joined the Obama administration: For example, he was a key figure entrusted with the task of vetting the Clinton administration’s 176 last-minute pardons in January 2001. The beneficiaries of those pardons included former Weather Underground members Susan Rosenberg (involved in a deadly 1981 armed robbery) and Linda Evans (who was in possession of 740 pounds of dynamite at the time of her arrest in 1985).

Holder played a particularly significant role in Clinton’s infamous pardon of the billionaire financier Marc Rich, a fugitive oil broker who had illegally purchased oil from Iran during the American trade embargo, and had then proceeded to hide more than $100 million in profits via dummy transactions with off-shore corporations. Rich later renounced his American citizenship and fled to Switzerland to avoid prosecution for 51 counts of racketeering, wire fraud, tax fraud, tax evasion, and the illegal oil transactions with Iran.

Holder was also intimately involved in President Clinton’s August 11, 1999 pardon of 16 members of the FALN—a Marxist-Leninist Puerto Rican terror group that was active in the U.S. during the 1970s and ’80s, when it detonated nearly 130 bombs in military and government buildings, financial institutions, and corporate headquarters located mainly in big U.S. cities.

In 2004 Holder filed an amicus brief on behalf of al Qaeda terrorist Jose Padilla, who had been dispatched to the United States by Osama bin Laden and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed to carry out a post-9/11, second wave of terrorist attacks. By Holder’s reckoning, Islamic terrorists like Padilla have a right to be treated as criminal defendants, not enemy combatants, if they are not captured on a traditional battlefield.

When Barack Obama in 2007 asked Holder to join his presidential campaign as a legal adviser and strategist, Holder’s law firm was, at that very moment, representing 18 Islamic terrorists who were being detained in Guantanamo Bay.

In 2008, Holder argued that “the Second Amendment did not protect an individual right to keep and bear arms,” but only protected government militias’ rights to guns.

Holder has repeatedly maintained that the world’s most dangerous terrorists should be tried in civilian courts rather than in military tribunals that permit prosecutors to bring more evidence to bear.

In December 2009, Holder’s Department of Justice (DOJ) elected to Mirandize the so-called “Christmas bomber,” a Nigerian-born al Qaeda operative who had tried to blow up a Detroit-bound Northwest Airlines jet with explosives hidden inside his underwear. Informed of his right to remain silent, Abdulmutallab promptly chose to exercise it.

When testifying before the House Judiciary Committee in May 2010, Holder refused to acknowledge that radical Islamic beliefs might have played a role in motivating several recently attempted terrorist attacks against U.S. interests: (a) the aforementioned “underwear” bombing aboard a plane; (b) Major Nidal Malik Hasan‘s November 2009 shooting of 13 fellow U.S. soldiers in Fort Hood, Texas; and (c) Faisal Shahzad’s attempted car bombing in New York’s Times Square on May 1, 2010.

When Arizona enacted a 2010 law deputizing state police to check the immigration status of criminal suspects, Holder, without even having read the bill, spoke forcefully against it and indicated that the federal government might challenge it. Eventually, Holder’s Justice Department filed suit against Arizona to block key portions of the law from taking effect. By November 2011, the DOJ would file similar suits against three additional states that likewise had passed laws designed to stem the flow of illegal immigration.

On Election Day of 2008, two members of the New Black Panther Party menaced white voters with racial slurs and threats of violence at a Philadelphia polling place. Bartle Bull, a former civil rights attorney and campaign aide to the late Robert F. Kennedy, called it “the most blatant form of voter intimidation” he had ever seen. In 2009 the Obama administration inherited a lawsuit that the outgoing Bush administration had brought against the perpetrators, and when the defendants failed to answer the suit, a federal court in Philadelphia entered a default judgment against them. But the Holder Justice Department responded by suddenly dropping the charges.

In July 2010, Holder’s DOJ released the former Marxist terrorist Marilyn Buck from prison, where she was serving an 80-year sentence that began in the 1980s. Buck had: helped the Black Liberation Army member and convicted cop-killer Assata Shakur escape from prison in 1979; helped the BLA acquire weapons and ammunition; participated in the deadly 1981 Brink’s armored-car robbery; and played a role in a number of big-city bombings. Explaining the rationale for Buck’s release, Justice Department officials said that Buck had “expressed a dramatic change from her previous political philosophy.”

In an October 2010 meeting that was arranged by the chief of the Justice Department’s Public Integrity Section, Holder’s DOJ asked IRS official Lois Lerner to help the Department build criminal cases against conservative nonprofit groups that were conducting political activity. This was part of the massive IRS political-targeting scandal that eventually began to make headlines in May 2013. When news of the scandal broke, the DOJ selected an avowed political and financial supporter of President Obama to head a criminal probe into the matter.

In 2011 Holder’s Justice Department pushed to maximize Democratic voter turnout for the 2012 elections by filing “motor voter” suits across the country, complaining that state agencies had not been circulating voter-registration forms in welfare offices. By contrast, the DOJ made no effort to enforce another section of the law requiring states to purge voter rolls of dead persons and ineligible felons. In fact, the Department demanded that Florida discontinue a purge it had already begun. When the state refused to comply, the DOJ filed a lawsuit.

Holder has consistently opposed efforts to pass voter-ID laws designed to combat voter fraud. Asserting that such laws have the effect of disenfranchising nonwhite minorities, whom Holder obviously views as too feeble-minded to do something as simple and as inexpensive (actually, it’s free) as procuring a government-issued ID card, the Attorney General once asked: “Are we willing to allow this era—our era—to be remembered as the age when our nation’s proud tradition of expanding the franchise ended?”

An exhaustive PJ Media report reveals that, without exception, every attorney hired by the Civil Rights Division of Holder’s DOJ has a leftist or Democrat activist pedigree. Similarly, the American Spectator notes “the unprecedentedly naked politicization of DOJ’s Civil Rights Division,” as evidenced by the fact that “every one” of the 100+ people the Division has hired for supposedly non-political civil-service positions are “demonstrably liberal activists.”

In the fall of 2011, controversy arose over Holder’s role in endorsing “Fast and Furious,” a program which the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms (ATF) had administered during 2009-10. In that initiative, the ATF sold some 2,500 guns to “straw purchasers” in the U.S. who agreed to subsequently smuggle them into Mexico and put them in the hands of cartel leaders, who supposedly were to be arrested at some subsequent point. The entire “Fast and Furious” operation ended with only 20 indictments of straw purchasers—all of whom were already familiar to U.S. authorities from the outset. Moreover, the program was linked directly to two weapons found on the scene where U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was murdered in Arizona in December 2010. By the fall of 2011, the weapons that had been transferred as part of “Fast and Furious” had been used in at least 200 murders in Mexico. They also had been identified at 11 additional crime scenes in the United States.

When questioned under oath during a Judiciary Committee hearing on May 3, 2011, Holder indicated that he had known nothing about “Fast and Furious’ until about April 2011. But soon thereafter, evidence surfaced demonstrating conclusively that Holder had been aware of the operation since at least July 2010.

In 2011 the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform issued a subpoena instructing Holder to turn over all internal Justice Department documents related to the “Fast and Furious” program. As of late June, 2012, DOJ had supplied fewer than 8% of the 80,000 documents the congressional investigators sought, and had blocked 48 of the 70 Justice Department officials who were involved in “Fast and Furious” from testifying. House Republicans continued to pressure Holder to turn over the remaining documents, but he refused. Eventually he became the first U.S. Attorney General had ever been held in contempt by a chamber of Congress, when the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to hold him in both criminal and civil contempt.

Detecting racism virtually everywhere, Holder laments that “students of color” are “disproportionately likely to be suspended or expelled” from school—a state of affairs that “is, quite simply, unacceptable.” “These unnecessary and destructive policies must be changed,” he demands. It doesn’t occur to Holder that disparities in school expulsion rates could possibly be due to something other than subliminal racism.

Similarly, Holder has announced that the Justice Department, in an effort to reduce racial bias in the criminal-justice system, will begin collecting racial data about stops, searches, and arrests made by police. “[The] overrepresentation of young men of color in our criminal justice system is a problem we must confront,” says Holder. “… Racial disparities contribute to tension in our nation generally and within communities of color specifically, and tend to breed resentment towards law enforcement that is counterproductive to the goal of reducing crime.” Clearly, Holder has chosen to ignore the mountains of evidence demolishing the notion that America’s criminal-justice system is racist.

In April 2012, Holder delivered a speech at the 14th annual convention of Al Sharpton‘s National Action Network. In the course of his remarks, he thanked Sharpton—one of the most dishonorable racists in living memory—“for your partnership, your friendship, and your tireless efforts to speak out for the voiceless, to stand up for the powerless, and to shine a light on the problems we must solve.” Stating that he felt “honored to be included” in Sharpton’s gathering, Holder praised those in attendance for having “been on the front lines of our nation’s fight to secure security, opportunity, and justice for all.”

In May 2013, it was learned that Holder’s DOJ—in blatant violation of its own rules—had secretly obtained the records of all calls which had been routed through some 20 separate Associated Press (AP) telephone lines in April and May of the previous year. Moreover, even some personal phone lines belonging to AP staff were subjected to DOJ surveillance.

A week later, it was revealed that the DOJ had also: seized the phone records of Fox News reporter James Rosen; used Rosen’s security badge to access records tracking his movements at the State Department; obtained a search warrant to access Rosen’s personal emails; seized the phone records of Rosen’s parents; and targeted two more Fox News staffers—reporter William La Jeunesse and producer Mike Levine.

And all this is really just the tip of the iceberg.

So rest easy, Mr. Attorney General, your critics’ displeasure with you has nothing at all to do with your being an African American. It’s entirely due to the easily demonstrable fact that you are a certifiable menace to our country. Doesn’t that make you feel better?

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  • Larry Larkin

    It’s not because he’s black, it’s because he’s a corrupt, racist, etc, etc, etc, who uses being black as an excuse and a cover.

    • Anonymous

      Which will become more common as the demographics change. Cowards hide behind their pigmentation.

  • David

    “There’s a certain racial component to this for some people.”

    Well, given that this is a country of 320 million people, I’m sure that’s technically true.

    • Anonymous

      For some people? For too many people who want a nation of hostile warring tribes-a nation at war with itself so the powers that be can have absolute power. We need our Constitutional Federal Republic back and these Third Worlders out of power.

  • Arlie

    And that’s only the things known that he’s done. He’s vile; Lucifer in a suit. US justice is no longer blind but it has gone dark and extremely evil under this devil.

  • Numb3rTech

    I never even thought about race. It is the policy of pick & choose which laws to enforce that upsets me. I did not even know Mr. Holder’s race for the longest time. It never has been an issue. He just needs to uphold the Constitution and the laws he swore to uphold. The U.S.A. does not need another one that yanks the race card dividing the nation. It is below the dignity of the AG’s office, IMHO.

    • sundance69

      No one thought much about race until these 2 clowns were in office. Anyone who criticizes them are called racist no matter what the argument.

      • Anonymous

        They are cowards and not real he-men. Little boys lost-very little under-endowed little boys.

    • Anonymous

      Race is all that matter to the race industry They want this nation to look and live like a Third World nation. Restoring our Constitutional Federal Republic is the only measure to save this nation.

  • Well Done

    This dirt chute should have been fired for forcing the Zimmerman case to go to trial. That was a total waste of taxpayer’s money. Of course, Holder and his ilk don’t care about that. They think it’s America’s duty to shut up and pay taxes so they can spend it as they please.

    • Anonymous

      Zimmerman was all about race and power. Zimmerman by the way didn’t look too pale-faced to me. It’s our duty as Americans to restore our Constitutional Federal Republic and “take out the trash” with these Third World goons.

  • Joe Esposito

    Mr Holder is a complete moron. He’s a product of affirmative action. Without this racist program Mr. Holder would be selling crack on the streets of Chicago with his boss Barry Obama. If only abortion was legal when Holder and Obama’s mothers got knocked up. I’m now for abortion and the positive affects it can have on society.

    • Anonymous

      That would insult morons.

    • Steve

      So Eric Holder didn’t graduate from Columbia University with HONORS, graduate from Columbia Law School, service as a US Attorney, a Federal Judge, a successful corporate lawyer, and as an Assistant AG in the Clinton Administration????? He was probably THE most qualified and experienced individual appointed as US Attorney General in a generation. According to you racist buffoons, he’s a product of Affirmation Action. You make his point. It’s so obvious.

      • Webb

        He still be raciss!

      • Joe Esposito

        So Holder Is a Affirmative Action Racist. I made my point.

        • Steve

          Lord help these fools.

          • Webb

            Lawd heps dem what heps deyselves! ‘firmitive Akshun fo retarded slow learners.

          • Steve

            I sincerely hope that you’re getting help.

          • Webb

            Ah sho do boss! Senstivty trainin!

          • Joe Esposito

            Lord? Liberals like yourself equate Stalin to the Lord? Get a life.

          • nomoretraitors

            Get with the times. Now it’s Obama

      • JackSpratt

        His “career” is a long trail of corruption and anti-Americanism, that’s what counts.
        So you’re saying, that unlike Odumbo, Holder has released information that shows that he actually got a degree somewhere?

        • Steve

          Why was this President, out of all 44, challenged to show his college transcripts and birth certificate?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            Because he was not seriously vetted and he had shady background connections with communists and other factions unfriendly to America and capitalism.

            What does that have to do with race? Seriously…

          • Steve

            What does his college record and birth certificate have to do with baseless charges of connections to communists? He’s been in office for 6 years and the Rethugs have launched numerous investigations into his background, And what have they got? NADA. This is nothing but racist belligerence from conservatives who cannot accept the results of elections.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “What does his college record and birth certificate have to do with baseless charges of connections to communists?”

            They want to know the extent of his lying and denial about his background.

            “He’s been in office for 6 years and the Rethugs have launched numerous investigations into his background, And what have they got? NADA.”

            According to what standard? This is politics. The guy is an idiot and a disaster as president. You’re blind defense of his performance is pathetic and probably based on racism.

            “This is nothing but racist belligerence from conservatives who cannot accept the results of elections.”

            That’s really the point: It is due to racism that we have the most incompetent president of the modern age, probably of all time. You’re one of the racists we have to thank. If Carter had been “black” he might have won reelection too. Then what? All criticism of Carter would be “RAY-CI-CISM!!”

          • Viet Vet

            Naw, it’s based on his being a communist. I’m pretty sure the CPUSA website is his homepage.

          • Drakken

            That fact that 49 % of America is ignorantly stupid, and you kaffirs voted 95% really shows just how far this country has fallen. Oh almost forgot, shove your effing race card where the sun don’t bloody shine.

          • American Patriot

            You obsess over the fact that the last two Republican presidential candidates are Latin Americans because McCain was born in Panama and Romney’s father was born in Mexico.

          • Viet Vet

            LMAO, guess you weren’t around in 2000. Actually the republicans haven’t launched any, not one, investigation into his birth and background, a big consternation among their constituency.

            Baseless charges of communist connections, not related to his own outing himself as a marxist? Well there is his mother who besides being a…um…loose woman, was a marxist, both his fathers, who knows which one was his real father, Odumbo Sr, or Frank Davis, were both communists, His best friends, Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn are communists. He launched his politial career from their living room. His “minister” was a virulent anti-American, who taught Black Liberation Theology, a quasi-religious afro-centric marxism. He worked together with the communist who “invented” Critical Race Theory. He is an acolyte of Chicago Marist Saul Alinsky. He formed the communist front group, ACORN. And on and on and on.

            Now you see how ignorant you are.

          • Steve

            You’re a pathetic loser. Let me wipe you off my shoe.

          • American Patriot

            There are 43 men who have served the position of President of the United States. Grover Cleveland was one person, not two.

          • claspur

            Because his credentials were in question, ya’ goof?
            That BC he produced-after Trump got on-it, has been deemed to be a phony by some 30-some analysts.
            Barry Soetoro is a fraud, and has no business to be holding office of the President of the United States.

          • Viet Vet

            Because out of the 44, he wouldn’t release the information. Duh! Neither he nor Klinton would release their medical records either, although it’s been standard fare for several years.

      • Webb

        Ah bows down to my betters, sho nuff. Ah jist hangs my wooly old head and shakes it fer bein uppity. I is mighty sorrorful sho nuff. Ah won’t sass back no mo.

      • Webb

        Big fellers wit potent names like Hussein and Himpton gots ter be obeyed without no questchuns else we gots us kay-oss aplenty. Den massas Hussein and Himpton don’t get dey paychecks. Den dey be trubble aplenty.

    • Webb

      Don’t forget ‘moral imbecile.’ He’s the poster child for the pro-death.

  • johnlac

    Holder gave the game away in the Black Panther case when he said outright that he was not going to prosecute “my people.” Imagine a white AG saying he was not going to prosecute some Klan members because they were “his people.” Holder is a disgrace to the country, but he’s exactly the racist I thought a leftist like Obama would have for his AG.

    • Anonymous

      A racial nationalist. In modern America, your “tribe” trumps citizenship as your highest loyalty. But if your not white, that’s ok.

      • MrAZConservative .

        It’s the politics of identity.

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      • objectivefactsmatter

        It’s “good” Naz-ism.

    • Edward

      A white person who loves their race and wants to see it survive into the
      future is deemed a “HATER” “RACIST” “WHITE SUPREMACIST” “N AZI” by the anti-white Establishment.

      -

      Meanwhile, the anti-white Establishment and its supporters are doing
      their best to eliminate white children via MASS non-White immigration
      and “assimilation” in EVERY & ONLY White countries.

      -

      This IS White geNOcide!

      Anti-racist is a code word for Anti-White..

      • Steve

        Who is threatening the survival of the white race, and how?

        • JamesJ

          What do you think the border situatuation and motor voter is/was all about? While I don’t believe the leftists want genocide, they do want whites to be a minority. Do you really believe the USA will be better off with whites being the minority? Bwahahaha. Who will pay for everything? Who will be the future MDs, architects, builders, technical innovations? The blacks? the browns? They better be nice to the Asians.

          • Steve

            LMAO!!!!! I bet you don’t have a high school diploma.

          • Viet Vet

            Motor Voter, Provisionary Ballot, fighting Voter ID, tooth and nail

        • tagalog

          Black Muslims, for one. Just ask Louis Farrakhan.

  • CaoMoo

    It,s not because you’re black, its because you suck.

    • Anonymous

      He probably likes to.

  • edlancey

    He isn’t “Black” or rather he certainly isn’t African-American in any sense that merits recognition – none of his ancestors ever saw a plantation, they’re from Barbados. He’s always whining about the racism his father faced but he /chose/ to come to America, nasty as he may have found it.

    It’s the same with Obama – both of them have donned the mantle of Blackness for personal and political gain. Both of them are bigoted, reprehensible figures.

    • Anonymous

      They care only about power and transforming America into a Third World nation. They would do well in the developing world-though I’m not too sure most developing nations would tolerate their ways for long.

    • trickyblain

      How and why did black people get to Barbados? The were brought there, from West Africa, by the thousands by the English. They were slaves on the sugar plantations — an existence far worse than US slaves had it.

      • edlancey

        But it has nothing to do with America, or the “nation of cowards” that the not-very-black Holder never shuts up about.

        I don’t hear him bitching about the East African slavery in Zanzibar.

        • Steve

          He’s the Attorney General of the United States, not Zanzibar. Duh.

          • nomoretraitors

            Please extricate your head from Holder’s groin area

          • 95Theses

            But it gives Steve-ø the warm fuzzies.

          • claspur

            LMAO w/nomore @ Steve! That guy’s a moron. :o)

          • objectivefactsmatter

            So he’s a anti-nationalist and racist. He thinks about “the world” but his near enemy is the US constitution.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        Why doesn’t he then identify with other American “victims” of imperial Britain?

  • http://johnnyangeladvocacygroup.net JohnnyAngel Advocacy Group

    This fellow SHOULD be tried for treasonous anti-US actions. Unfortunately he won’t be. The Congress had to confirm this SOB and only shows the devastation COMMUNISM has wrought in this country. Oh, I’m sorry, am I a racist ? TOO DAMN BAD !!

    • Anonymous

      Congress and the Courts are ruled by this mentality. Exactly why we need our Constitutional federal Republic restored.

      • JackSpratt

        Exactly!

  • Bamaguje

    “Holder argued that “the Second Amendment did not protect an individual right to keep and bear arms,” but only protected government militias’ rights to guns” – Discover the networks.

    Holder is that right on gun ownership, but wrong on almost everything else.
    The 2nd amendment talks of gun ownership in the context of “a well regulated militia, being necessary for the security of a free state.”
    With the plethora of U.S. security agencies (state & local polices, FBI, NSA, ATF, DEA, CIA, National Guard, military etc), a “well regulated militia” based on ordinary folks bearing arms is no longer required for state security.

    • http://johnnyangeladvocacygroup.net JohnnyAngel Advocacy Group

      Next time someone points a gun at you, call a cop.

      • Bamaguje

        But he wouldn’t have had a gun, but for lax gun laws.

        • kasandra

          Are you really going to make someone point out that the Supreme Court has determined that he is wrong and that criminals would still have guns with less “lax” gun laws because — they’re criminals. They don’t care about the law. They don’t care about registration and background checks. They don’t care about limits on the number of guns they can buy per month or the types of weapons they can own. They don’t buy their guns in gun shops. They’re criminals!

        • WhiteHunter

          You mean like Whitey Bulger, the Boston Irish gangster who never had the slightest trouble getting–and using–as many guns as he wanted in Massachusetts, with the “toughest” gun laws in the nation?

        • WhiteHunter

          And the Mexican drug cartels wouldn’t have had them either, but for gangster Holder.

      • 95Theses

        Your gun rights are in good hands.

    • reader

      It’s not about state security. It”s about security of an individual from the abusive state/government. Missing the point ever so slightly?

      • JackSpratt

        You are the one who’s correct. The founders looked at hunting and self-defense as God-given rights, the 2nd Amendment was about offsetting a standing army and a arbitrary federal government. Secondary was a means of national defense in time of invasiion by a foreign enemy.
        A well regulated (well trained) militia (the whole of the people), being necessary to the security of a free state (nation), the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
        Even a cursory review of the Federalist Papers, or the writings and speeches of the Founders, Noah Webster’s Pamphlet on the Constitution, etc. will confirm what it is about. The 2nd Amendment, as part of the Bill of Rights, is all about: first individual rights, and second states rights. It was George Mason and Patrick Henry who said they wouldn’t support the ratification of the Constitution unless a bill of individual rights was incorporated. There is much documentation left by the Founders admonishing that the American citizens must have the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. They were of the understanding that having created a limited government that left the citizens with the lion’s share of the rights or power, with the idea of LIBERTY being the prime objective, two major things were needed to maintain that objective: religion and an armed citizenry. They said that the system they had created allowed the citizens so much freedom that its success and well-being required a religious and moral people. They looked at government as a necessary evil.
        Thomas Jefferson said that since the people can’t always be depended upon to stay abreast of things, that an armed rebellion was needed every 20 years. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure”

    • Anonymous

      That “militia” is become an American KGB. We need our Constitutional Federal Republic restored.

    • CDM

      All wrong. Here’s the part you missed:

      A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

      You have to read the whole Constitution, not just the parts you agree with.

    • WhiteHunter

      Wrong. It’s required for security AGAINST “the plethora of U.S. security agencies (state & local polices, FBI, NSA, ATF, DEA, CIA, National Guard…”).

      At least it is now, when all of them do the criminal bidding of the first tyrannical thuggocracy ever to seize control of the Executive Branch in what can fairly be called the Obama Organized Crime Syndicate.

      • Bamaguje

        Really?
        What good is your AR-15 rifle against the U.S. military.
        Stop kidding yourself that private gun ownership can protect against government tyranny.
        Ask the Waco wackos who couldn’t stand up to just the FBI.

        • Webb

          A lot more useful than a wormy little crying lickspittle like you, who would be happy to root out gun owners for the government tyranny.

        • Drakken

          Hmmm, lets see, there are millions of veterans and hunters all over the US, they aren’t waco whackos. That AR-15 with a good scope on it will take out a lot of the opposition at 1,000 meters. As ole Stalin once said, quantity has a quality all its own.

          • Viet Vet

            The M-14 is much, much better at 1000 yards. Stock up on 7.62×51 ammo.

        • Viet Vet

          The U.S. Military is overwhelmingly pro-America/Patriotic. Most will fight with the Patriots. Unlike the democraps, they believe in the oath of fidelity they swear to the constitution. The democraps have been fkg the U.S. Military since the Viet Nam War.

    • Gee

      Sorry to inform you of the facts but you are like Holder wrong.

      Governments do not have rights period. They have authority. The Bill of Rights applies to CITIZENS only – not any government.

    • Drakken

      Wrong! The people of any given state are the militia, thus an individual right.

    • JackSpratt

      Note my comment to reader below,
      in 1982 the Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution did an exhaustive study on the underpinnings and meaning of the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The subsequent report was 175 pages, and found that it was indeed an individual right. As did the Supreme Court a couple of years ago. Here is an overview:

      http://www.constitution.org/mil/rkba1982.htm

      • 95Theses

        Excellent. Saving that one.

      • Bamaguje

        Yeah right, the Supreme court is infallible and can never be wrong.
        The same infallible Supreme court that in 1857 (Dred Scot vs Sanford) endorsed slavery, and declared that Blacks can’t be citizens.

        The same Supreme court that approved Obamacare as a tax, even though Obama administration insisted it wasn’t.

        As in Roe vs Wade and slavery (when it was vogue), the Supreme court simply deferred to popular opinion on gun ownership.

        The wording of 2nd amendment is quite clear and straight forward that gun ownership should be in the context of government “regulated militia” for state security.

        That might have made sense 238 years ago when George Washington who didn’t have an army, needed an armed militia to chase out the Brits.

        But in 21st century USA where the security of the nation (and other nations for that matter) does not depend on “regulated militia”, the 2nd Amendment is an anachronism and should be repealed.
        America has the highest level of gun violence in the developed world, thanks to the 2nd Amendment.

        Criminals don’t manufacture guns… they get guns by virtue of America’s very lax guns laws.

        • Webb

          The people murdered at Waco died with dignity under the jackboots of cold-eyed thugs like you and your pinup girl Janet Reno. George Washington would’ve spit on a spineless little puke like you, too gutless to take on the British army with a flintlock. Yet a worm like you gets to bask in the freedom those men fought and died for.

        • JackSpratt

          You are extremely ignorant. The Constitution and Bill of Rights were drafted post American Revolution, post Washington’s Army. And as I pointed out in my other post they left much documentation as to what they meant. Since the only reason that a Bill of Rights was demanded, was to make plain, individual rights, the 2nd Amendment is about the people (as stated in the amendment itself). No serious or intelligent person will argue different. The Bill of Rights has NOTHING to do with the federal government, outside of restraining the federal government. James Madison originally argued against a Bill of Rights on the grounds that it was redundant. He said that the federal government has not one bit more power than the limited roll they (the delegates) had given it in the Constitution proper.
          The Bill of Rights was expressly about the individual rights of the American citizens. And they used the english language slightly different in the 18th century. They didn’t use the word, ‘trained’, for example, in military parlance, they used ‘regulated’ instead. A trained military force was often referred to as ‘regulars’. Thus the 2nd Amendment would read:
          A well regulated (trained) militia (the whole of the people), being necessary to the security of a free state (nation), the right of the PEOPLE to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. The Founders provided a means of amending the Constitution, if you think you have 2/3 majority in congress and then 3/4 majority of the states, go for it. However if the leftists in this country thought they had the numbers, they would have done that, instead of going about it underhandedly, illegally, tyrannically.
          The firearms industry is the most regulated industry in this nation. There are 100,000 words in the federal gun code. Then each individual state has their own gun laws that number in the thousands of words each. So we have nowhere close to lax gun laws. Further, we know from scientific criminology research that your thesis is very wrong. All attempts at crime control by the left have been aimed at the people who don’t cause crime. While at the same time coddling criminals, lobbying against capital punishment, for lighter sentences, paroles, plea bargaining. Holding candlelight vigils for mass murderers, upon their execution. The criminal left is the crime problem we have. Odumbo and Smolder are prime examples.

    • 95Theses

      This deserves to be quoted in full:

      The Right to Shoot Tyrants, Not Deer
      The Second Amendment is the guarantee of freedom
      2013, January 10 | Andrew P. Napolitano

      The right of the people to keep and bear arms is an extension of the natural right to self-defense and a hallmark of personal sovereignty.
      It is specifically insulated from governmental interference by the Constitution and has historically been the linchpin of resistance to tyranny. Yet the progressives in both political parties stand ready to use the coercive power of the government to interfere with the exercise of that right by law-abiding persons because of the gross abuse of that right by some crazies in our midst.

      When Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence that we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights, he was marrying the nation at its birth to the ancient principles of the natural law that have animated the Judeo-Christian tradition in the West. Those principles have operated as a brake on all governments that recognize
      them by enunciating the concept of natural rights.

      As we have been created in the image and likeness of God the Father, we are perfectly free just as He is. Thus, the natural law teaches that our freedoms are pre-political and come from our humanity and not from the government. As our humanity is ultimately divine in origin, the government, even by majority vote, cannot morally take natural rights away from us. A natural right is an area of individual human behavior — like thought, speech, worship, travel, self-defense, privacy, ownership and use of property, consensual personal intimacy — immune from government interference and for the exercise of which we don’t need the government’s permission.

      The essence of humanity is freedom. Government — whether voted in peacefully or thrust upon us by force — is essentially the negation of
      freedom. Throughout the history of the world, people have achieved freedom when those in power have begrudgingly given it up. From the assassination of Julius Caesar to King John’s forced signing of the Magna Carta, from the English Civil War to the triumph of the allies at the end of World War II, from the fall of communism to the Arab Spring, governments have permitted so-called nobles and everyday folk to exercise more personal freedom as a result of their demands for it and their fighting for it. This constitutes power permitting liberty.

      The American experience was the opposite. Here, each human being is sovereign, as the colonists were after the Revolution. Here, the
      delegation to the government of some sovereignty — the personal dominion over self — by each American permitted the government to have limited power in order to safeguard the liberties we retained. Stated differently, Americans gave up some limited personal freedom to the new government so it could have the authority and resources to protect the freedoms we retained. Individuals are sovereign in America, not the government. This constitutes liberty permitting power.

      Yet we did not give up any natural rights; rather, we retained them. It is the choice of every individual whether to give them up. Neither our neighbors nor the government can make those choices for us, because
      we are all without the moral or legal authority to interfere with anyone else’s natural rights. Since the government derives all of its powers from the consent of the governed, and since we each lack the power to interfere with the natural rights of another, how could the government lawfully have that power? It doesn’t. Were this not so, our rights would not be natural; they would be subject to the government’s whims.

      To assure that no government would infringe the natural rights of anyone here, the Founders incorporated Jefferson’s thesis underlying the Declaration into the Constitution and, with respect to self-defense, into
      the Second Amendment. As recently as two years ago, the Supreme Court recognized this when it held that the right to keep and bear arms in one’s home is a pre-political individual right that only sovereign Americans can surrender and that the government cannot take from us, absent our individual waiver.

      There have been practical historical reasons for the near universal historical acceptance of the individual possession of this right. The
      dictators and monsters of the 20th century — from Stalin to Hitler, from Castro to Pol Pot, from Mao to Assad — have disarmed their people. Only because some of those people resisted the disarming were all eventually enabled to fight the dictators for freedom. Sometimes they lost. Sometimes they won.

      The principal reason the colonists won the American Revolution is that they possessed weapons equivalent in power and precision to those of the British government. If the colonists had been limited to crossbows
      that they had registered with the king’s government in London, while the
      British troops used gunpowder when they fought us here, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson would have been captured and hanged.

      We also defeated the king’s soldiers because they didn’t know who among us was armed, because there was no requirement of a permission slip from the government in order to exercise the right to self-defense. (Imagine the howls of protest if permission were required as a precondition to exercising the freedom of speech.) Today, the limitations on the power and precision of the guns we can lawfully own not only violate our natural right to self-defense and our personal sovereignties, they assure that a tyrant can more easily disarm and overcome us.

      The historical reality of the Second Amendment’s protection of the right to keep and bear arms is not that it protects the right to shoot deer. It protects the right to shoot tyrants, and it protects the right to shoot at them effectively, with the same instruments they would use upon us. If
      the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto had had the firepower and ammunition that the Nazis had, some of Poland might have stayed free and more persons would have survived the Holocaust.

      Most people in government reject natural rights and personal sovereignty. Most people in government believe that the exercise of everyone’s rights is subject to the will of those in the government. Most people in government believe that they can write any law and regulate any behavior, not subject to the natural law, not subject to the sovereignty of individuals, not cognizant of history’s tyrants, but subject only to what they can get away with.

      Did you empower the government to impair the freedom of us all because of the mania and terror of a few?

      — Andrew P. Napolitano, a former judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is the senior judicial analyst at Fox News Channel. He is author of “It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong: The Case for Personal Freedom” (Thomas Nelson, 2011).

      http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Right-When-Government-Wrong/dp/1595553509/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1405465576&sr=1-1-fkmr0&keywords=“It+Is+Dangerous+to+Be+Right+When+the+Government+Is+Wrong%3A+The+Case+for+Personal+Freedom

      http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/10/the-right-to-shoot-tyrants-not-deer/

      • JackSpratt

        Exactly…and because Odumbo and Smolder, the Klinton’s and the democrap party are at odds with that, that is the reason we hate them with every fiber of our bodies.

      • Bamaguje

        “The right of the people to keep and bear arms is an extension of the natural right to self-defense” – Napolitano.

        Defense against whom? Are your fellow citizens barbarians who are out to get you and can’t be trusted? The right to bear arms implies the right to kill your fellow human being. It’s barbaric.

        That kind of primitive thinking is a throwback to our prehistoric ancestors who lived in caves.
        The hallmark of civilized society is civility… That in the absence of war, we do not need arms to get along.
        Hence throughout much of history, in peace time most people in civilized societies did not usually carry arms.
        It amounts to failure of civilized society if people need to carry arms to get along.
        Hence the high level of gun violence in the U.S. Criminals easily access guns because of America’s very lax gun laws.

        It is also utterly nonsensical to believe that private ownership of guns protects against government tyranny. What good has been your AR-15 against Obama’s tyrannical lawlessness?
        What good would it do against the awesome power of the U.S. military?

        • 95Theses

          I’ve read your other utterly non-sensical comments and have ignored them because they are not worthy of a reply. You’re not a Conservative — which makes you an interloper; you show yourself to be a contrarian at every turn; and you exhibit no signs of growing up or interest in reforming.
          Shoo, fly.

        • Drakken

          An armed man is a citizen, an unarmed man is a subject. I don’t know if you have been paying attention or just being snobbishly obtuse, but since the flooding of our western countries by the 3rd world, just what do you think it is going to take to protect ourselves from the Balkanization of our so-called civilized society? A cross word, cup of tea and a strongly worded letter? Or a armed response? History is littered by people like you and your so called civilized society, they are called mass graves.

  • mackykam

    It’s not because you’re black, Holder, it’s because you’re an affirmative action black, and thus unqualified to hold the office you do. When the intellect isn’t quite what’s needed, Holder, you reach for the race card to cover up your mental shortcomings and inadequacies. Same goes for your boss.

    • Anonymous

      But that never mattered to the race industry. Your pigmentation IS your qualification. Third Worlders.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Oh he’s just paving the way to be Al Sharpton’s replacement on MSNBC.

  • Anonymous

    Restoration of our Constitutional Federal Republic is essential to stopping and reversing 114 years of government crossing the line in its misuse of power. And yet some people accuse the effort of being entirely racial in nature. No surprise coming from people who are drunk with power and are devoid of values and ideas. They would do well in a Third World nation which they are trying to transform this nation into.

  • Crazylegs_CarloCruz

    Racists fear Holder and Obama because they are black. It’s irrational and a very deep fear, that black people are in cahoots with Jews (Soros, Alinsky) and Communists (Ayers and Castro) in order to destroy America and ‘kill whitey’, or something to that effect.,

    • mikeh420

      Soros and Alinsky are unlike most Jews. Soros, while in Hungary during WW2 exposed Jews that were hiding so the Germans could find them, then Soros came and stole all their property.

      Thinking all Jews are alike would be the same as thinking all Hispanics are criminals and gang-bangers, which I know they aren’t.

      • JackSpratt

        Fuck you FPM! Stick that ‘moderation’ where the sun don’t shine!

    • UCSPanther

      We hate Holder and Obama because they are corrupt and incompetent excuses for AG and President respectively.

    • Daniel Rubio

      You forgot hispanics like you. Blacks are in cahoots with Hispanics (Rangel, Sotomayor) in order to destroy America and “kill whitey”.
      When you’re an idiot, you’re an idiot, regardless of race, color or origin.

    • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

      If he were white or even your color wouldn’t make no difference . . .he’s a communist ..

      • JackSpratt

        Exactly,just like the Klinton’s.

    • JackSpratt

      Well we know empirically that Odumbo and Smolder sure aren’t in cahoots with Jews, they are as anti-Semitic as Jimmah Kaatah, and most of the democrap party.

      • Steve

        You don’t make any sense. Most American Jews are Democrats. Obama got almost 70% of the Jewish vote. And what about all the Jews in Obama’s administration? You’re an idiot.

        • Viet Vet

          Yep, it doesnl’t make sense at all, but it is what it is, the democraps are extremely anti-semitic. There are alot of self-hating Jews. BTW, back in the 20′s 30′s and 40′s, there were alot of communist spies who were jews, but the Soviets were anti-semitic too, calling them RATS in their inhouse communications.

    • American Patriot

      Left-wing racists like you fear Herman Cain, Allen West and Tim Scott because they are black conservatives. You left-wingers are the real bigots, fool.

      • Steve

        Why would we fear them? They’re clowns, minstrels and pawns of the racist right. They don’t represent black America and only perform for scraps from the Republican table.

        • American Patriot

          They are not clowns, minstrels or pawns, fool. Meanwhile, Tim Wise doesn’t represent white America. He only performs for scraps from the Democratic table.

    • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
  • Robert_Fl

    obama and holder do nothing but bolster racial stereotypes.

  • http://obbop.wordpress.com/ obbop

    Holder, you lackey of the elite ruling class committing class war against the masses of common folks that you and your ilk have spit upon for far too long.

    The details can fill hundreds of books but, be aware, the anger of the masses is growing. I wonder when the smoldering embers of Revolutionary War Two will ignite and We, the People will fight back against the greedy, power-hungry scum whose army of lackeys have walked upon our backs for far too long.

  • JERSEY FATMOUTH

    It’s called governing. It has nothing to do with “racial animus”. Citizens have a right to disagree and complain with the elites in charge. Study our history.

  • Cappy1437

    Holder obviously has psychological, mental issues. He feels inferior because he is black so he is compensating for it by blaming all problems on whites. When I look at him I don’t see the color of his skin. I see a man who has no chin to speak of. Maybe that is what his problem is. He looks in the mirror everyday and sees someone without much of a chin and he has confused that with color. Just my interpretation.

    • Steve

      LMAO!!!!! Eric Holder is a man of supreme self-confidence, professionalism, and prescience. He knows damn well what the attacks on him and the President are based on, and he is telling it with strength. And you hate it.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        You truly are a delusional racist. You see race everywhere and simply jump on the train where you feel most welcome.

        That’s not anti-racist. That’s trying to win the race wars.

  • USARetired

    Holder, You are the only prejudice one here, always playing the black card! It is most likely you are still in office ONLY because you are black, Idiot!

  • Gee

    Mr. Holder is right – it is all about race. If he wasn’t black he would be in jail. That is an undeniable fact

    • JackSpratt

      Absolutely!

    • Steve

      In jail for what? Being Attorney General while black?

      • Viet Vet

        Being a criminal of the first magnitude and an enemy of the United States of America.

      • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

        TAKE YOUR PICK .

  • tagalog

    Holder’s recent accusation of racism is just the latest manifestation of the tried-and-true diversionary tactic of claiming that racism is the driving force behind any criticism. Obviously black people can do no wrong.

    • Steve

      As usual you have it backwards. In the twisted minds of racists, blacks can never do RIGHT.

      • American Patriot

        In your twisted mind, conservatives can’t do anything right.

  • David Gray

    In Holder’s eyes it’s so simple, are you Black or White?

  • Servo1969

    The title should be-

    It’s Not Because You’re Black, Mr. Holder. It’s Because You’re An -hole.

  • Servo1969

    Holder has stated he keeps a piece of paper in his wallet and has since 1971.
    Is it an uplifting saying or Bible passage?
    No.

    It’s a passage by a black Reverend that basically says that no matter how high a black man rises or how successful and powerful he becomes white people will always see him as just another n-.

    Really.
    http://pjmedia.com/jchristianadams/2013/07/12/whats-in-holders-wallet-his-real-race-card/

    THAT’s what Eric Holder finds motivating.
    THAT is his touchstone to get him through the hard times-
    A reason to stay angry!

    That’s your current Attorney General of the United States.

  • DontMessWithAmerica

    Of course, America has always been racist. It dumped King George because he was a Limey. Al Capone was put away because he had Italian roots. Madoff was locked up because he was Jewish. And Holder and Obama should get life because they’re part black – use any excuse but that they are scofflaws and enemies of America.

  • veritaseequitas

    So you see Eric. We hate you because of your blatant un-American, racist attempts to destroy America. The fact that you are an a**hole who happens to be black has nothing at all to do with it.

  • Anamah

    In reference to this small minded of Eric Holder… Man, really you can not understand the reasons behind so devastating critics of you and Obama?
    Being a racist push you to wrongly conclusions …
    But come on, that’s not too complicate Eric! Even you will see it…
    Listen to me: Both of you are going to be known as big, gross failures in American history.
    Obama is not criticize because his skin color! but because his presidency is an unforgettable disgrace.
    And you as part of his cronies will be known as shameful GA, lacked stature for such honor.
    Both of you have wasted your opportunity to do some thing wright for the goodness of our exceptional nation where you will never fit.

    • JackSpratt

      Well stated!

      • Anamah

        Thank you! Very generous indeed.

  • MrAZConservative .

    No one ever needed to take this country back from people on account of their skin color. It’s all about taking it back from socialists, marxists and other radicals who are running roughshod over our laws, customs and Constitution.

  • Christopher Riddle

    “Ugly,Contemptible Demagogue”?Don’t Get Me Started!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • redbooded

    Hey everyone eric holder is very smart,here he is protesting the use of fossil fuels…..

    • 95Theses

      It must be a Flintstone bus.

    • JackSpratt

      The short bus!

  • redbooded
  • Randy Townsend

    You know, after 6 years of racial infusion by the Obama cabal in almost every aspect of the federal government, I’m tired of hearing it. Practically every agency is headed by a minority of some sort, white guys obviously out of favor. So when Holder yet again says racism is at the heart of opposition to what Obama tries to do, I just tune him out. The danger is that if real racism occurs, we will have been so calloused to the charge of racism we won’t take it seriously – which may sound bad, but it will merely be the righting of the see saw which is now unjustifiably tipped in favor of seeing racism where none exists…

  • Maynard

    This joker is a crybaby! I am not a racist but he and the president and their left leaning antics make me want to barf. I served my country for 37 years and now I wonder why. No, I would like to have leaders who love this country and honor the pharse liberty and justice for all whether they are black, yellow or barber pole striped.

  • Bertha Orbit

    I don’t think Holder looks very black or like an “African American”. Isn’t he a Caribbean implant?

    • Viet Vet

      I just know him as a contemptible commie and anti-American!

  • Steve

    Holder is on point and the righties are screaming. Their inveterate opposition and hysterical hatred towards Obama and himself is motivated by RACIAL ANIMUS. The racist right will never accept black men as stewards of the US Government so they’ll yell “incompetence”, “corruption” and “race-baiting” at their every move. It’s so obvious.

    • Webb

      Not black. High-yellow.

      • Steve

        As if that makes a difference to a racist.

        • Webb

          Naw.

        • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • Steve

            Who listens to Michael Savage? Oh right. Inbred goobers like you.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • tagalog

            I notice that you know who he is.

          • Steve

            I know a lot of things. Your point?

          • tagalog

            My point: you need to stop listening to commentators like Mr. Savage.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • Steve

            Ben Carson is biggest Tom since Steppin Fetchit.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            Just what would a shoeshine boy like you know … .

          • American Patriot

            Who is “Stepping Fetchit”, fool? Anyway, Tim Wise and Bill Ayers are self-hating idiots who support Communist totalitarianism.

          • Webb

            Give that good little dog a Milk Bone!

          • 95Theses

            Have a cigar!

    • JackSpratt

      I’m guessing you’re Rip Van Winkle. Or were you just absent the day God was handing out brains. Maybe Allen West can straighten you out. Or Herman Cain, or Lynn Swan, maybe J.C. Watts, Clarence Thomas, Ken Blackwell, Condi Rice, Janice Rogers Brown, Walter Williams, et al. All anti-communists. All pro-Americans-pro Constitutionalists. ALL hundreds of times better than Odumbo and Smolder. But you and your fellow commies attack and slander these people, you resort to racism to disparage them…uncle toms, oreos, and many epithets much worse than that. Condi Rice, Clarence Thomas and Janice Rogers Brown can tell you all about it. The keepers of the democrap plantation that destroyed the black family are the racists. YOU are the racist!

      • Steve

        My black family is just fine, thank you very much RACIST. As far as your list of COON-servatives, notice how not ONE of them are not serving in any elected office. Racists like you pat them on the head and tell them how brave and independent they are for being different than the rest of US awful blacks, but you won’t vote for them or trust them with any authority.

        • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            ~ Trey for Chief Justice ~

        • Drakken

          Do yourself a huge favor kaffir, take you and yours and fu** off to the mother country of Africa where I am sure you won’t to deal with whitey again.

        • American Patriot

          Racists like you pat white leftists like Tim Wise on the head and tell them how brave and independent they are from being different than the rest of awful whites. By the way, I know that it is you, uptownsteve.

          • Webb

            I sez we all dance the jig together and sing Kumbiya. Ol Steve can teach us how.

          • American Patriot

            Sorry. When I typed “from”, I meant to put “for”. Sorry for the typo.

        • Viet Vet

          “A far as your list of COON-servatives” There you’ve made my point.
          Actually, three of them are serving presently and three others have served in the past. A couple of others would have served if not for democrap racists shooting them down. Mr Bush sought to advance Judge Janice Rogers Brown, but the racist democraps announced that her nomination was DOA and stopped the advancement of her career. She is the daughter of a black sharecropper. The demoracists tried mightily to block Justice Thomas’ nomination too. Hispanic Miguel Estrada was aslo nominated by Mr Bush, and the demoracists blocked his nomination. After 2 years he finally pulled his name for consideration. These people were normal American citizens from their early upbringing, they just didn’t get shanghaied by the demoracists along the way.
          Before most blacks followed the dangled carrot onto the demoracist plantation, blacks had a low crime rate, were family oriented, lower than white out of wedlock birth rate, religious. The demoracist plantation destroyed all of that.

    • objectivefactsmatter
    • objectivefactsmatter
    • American Patriot

      The racist left will never accept conservative minorities as stewards of the US Government. Look what you leftists did against Herman Cain when you forced him out of the presidential race by creating false allegations of “sexual harassment”. Now that was racist.

      • Steve

        It was his fellow Republicans who leaked the info about Cain’s paramours. He learned the lesson every black Republican learns when they get too uppity. They get treated like a housepet who just crapped on the floor. Talk to Colin Powell and J.C. Watts. They learned.

        • American Patriot

          No it was not his fellow Republicans who forced him out of the race. It was left-wing Democrats who cannot stand seeking prominent conservative minorities in government. The left created the false allegations of “sexual harassment” against Cain. Leftist actress Janeane Garofalo insulted Cain as someone who was “suffering from Stockholm Syndrome”. One of the women who falsely accused Cain of “sexual harassment”, Karen Kraushaar, was a former official at the now-defunct INS who was instrumental in deporting young Elian Gonzalez to Communist Cuba back in 2000, thus insulting both black Americans and Cuban Americans. So Kraushaar worked for a Democratic presidential administration (Bill Clinton). She is not a conservative Republican. Some of the women claimed they were Republicans in order to confuse people and hide the fact that they were part of a left-wing racist smear campaign against Herman Cain. The fact is that the racist left cannot stand prominent conservative minorities in government.

      • 95Theses

        Steve-ø the interloper is so tiring. By the way, did you catch that his name spelled backwards reads ‘imbecile’?

  • http://frontlineofdefense.com j.veritas

    Outstanding story in exposing the true corrupt, racist, anti-American nature of Eric Holder. Nothing against Frontpagemag.com, but can you imagine if the Washington Post or New York Times ran this on the Op/Ed page. It would literally change the political climate overnight. On a much smaller scale, here’s a related story about Holder and Obama, and the thousands of Blacks who are now opposed to their antics.
    http://www.frontlineofdefense.com/culture-watch

  • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

    Not because of your chocolate complexion Holder, it’s your evil, creepy, useless race baiting POS attitude you communist Azzhole

    • Steve

      Oh, it’s his ATTITUDE, huh? This negro doesn’t know his place.

      • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

        you said it not me . . .but he is a useless race baiting POS

      • JackSpratt

        Nor does Odumbo, Piglosi, the hildabeast, dingy Reid, et al, know their place in constitutional America. The Founders would have hanged them all.

      • tagalog

        It’s not attributable to his race. It’s fully attributable to his preppy-boy background of entitlement, arrogance, and sense of being among the elect. Has he ever held down a job that required any real work, or demanded that he produce anything?

        The reports on how he runs the Department of Justice suggest that he’s got the Department on autopilot and is just spending his working hours going to Congressional hearings and winging it. He’s not even doing his homework for those hearings. I mean his level of contempt for Congress is jaw-dropping.

        • Steve

          Racist bullcrap. The man has the most impressive resume of any Attorney General of the last 50 years. You clowns cannot deal with the fact that black people are now in charge. Get used to it.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • Steve

            Trey Gowdy isn’t fit to shine Obama’s shoes.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            That’s your opinion commie

          • Steve

            You’re damned right racist.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            I’ll see your racist dirty azz

            on the battlefield ..

          • Steve

            Your battlefield is the keyboard. You’re scared to death to come into black neighborhoods. You’re all mouth and keystrokes.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            Your end time is coming
            . .

          • tagalog

            An awful lot of arc of movement there. I hope the target is close by.

          • 95Theses

            Feels almost like you’re about to be shot at any minute [OA].

          • Drakken

            Come on and riot in a white one, then we see how that turns out for you.

          • 95Theses

            Is Steve-o actually conceding that black neighborhoods are unsafe places to be?

          • Drakken

            I do believe that is exactly so.

          • 95Theses

            Except that Steve-o would simply dismiss the FBI stats as inherently RAAAAAAACIST!!

          • Viet Vet

            The FBI and CDC agree!

          • tagalog

            Having once been mugged in Harlem, I freely admit that I for one am afraid to come into black neighborhoods. That’s because I am able to learn from experience.

          • Drakken

            I do bloody well hope that you are now armed.

          • tagalog

            I’ve had a concealed carry permit both in New York City (they are VERY hard to get) and I have one now in Colorado. Had them for the past 30+ years.

            I’m an NRA-certified handgun instructor for the past three years.

            Currently I’m shooting handguns exclusively, although my gun club is opening a 100-yard rifle range this fall and I will resume shooting .22, .30-06, .270 Win. and .308 pretty soon. So I can only report on handguns at this point. On them, I’m shooting at a NRA Bar 9 Sharpshooter level. I figure it will take another year or so to reach Expert level, but I’m determined to attain that goal. I was once an NRA Expert with the .22 rifle, but that was long ago, when I shot competitively in high school.

          • 95Theses

            This NRA Life Member salutes you!

          • tagalog

            Up the Second Amendment! : )

          • 95Theses

            Said like a proud fellow-SAR! (I haven’t forgot.)

          • Drakken

            Your not going to like what you find kaffir, when you open that Pandora’s little box of horrors.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            I know that you must parish . . .
            you must all be put asunder and you will be the slave of Satan.
            your blood will be on my sword and I will spit on your dying face.

          • Drakken

            I was responding to good ole Kaffir Steve, not you.

          • 95Theses

            Looks like another casualty of friendly fire.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

            ~Die muslim garbage servant of Satan~

          • 95Theses

            I’m at least 95% against this! Yet another religion invented from racial hatred.

          • Viet Vet

            LOL, I doubt that very much, he’s a little shirking coward.

          • Webb

            Ooga mooga raciss?

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • Drakken

            Yeah ok Sparky, if you say so, lol.

          • Viet Vet

            That tells us everything we need to know about you.

          • tagalog

            I can’t deal with the fact that the people who are in charge are running the kind of clown show that they’ve been running for the past six years.

            More astounding is the fact that Obama got re-elected in 2012. I would have thought that Bozo the Clown could have beaten him. But no; the racists among us saw to it that our First Black President got a second bite at the apple.

          • Steve

            Oh so you voted for Obama? NO YOU DIDN’T. So how are you trying to take credit for his reelection? Face it, you racist extremists don’t even count any more. America’s demographics have changed and the white good ol boy network has been cancelled. Keep screaming. We’ll keep laughing and moving. Forward.

          • Drakken

            You and your kind will be laughing all the way down to the Congo level. Keep up the great work.

          • tagalog

            Laughing maniacally, no doubt. And moving toward the showers.

          • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn
          • Drakken

            No we won’t get used to it, because you blacks unfortunately will run this country into the ground like the rest of Africa, just look at Detroit or Philly to get a taste of what black run govt looks like. Keep dragging the country into the abyss dumbazz, you won’t like what you find at the end of the fall.

          • Viet Vet

            5% of blacks are good decent pro-America, pro-constitution, American citizens. Another 5% are close. The rest are whiners, bitchers, complainers and bawl babies. And many of those are communists, like Odumbo and Smolder.

          • Viet Vet

            Yeah, you can read the documentation above and tell just how “qualified” he is. Plus I was alive when he was in the Klinton administration.

  • George of the Jungle

    No, no, I propose we should take Holder at his word… if you don’t like what he does or says, it’s because of raaaacism against blacks. Now, let’s take that one step further. If his criticism is true, then that logically means that blacks MUST think and act in a certain way (the way Holder does) due to their being black, i.e., due to their genetics. Therefore, blacks and leftists in general must believe that micro-evolution does NOT stop at the neck, and thus there really is no such thing as equality in the thinking processes between blacks, whites, and by extension other racial groups.

    Therefore, Holder has just proved that equality does not exist. If equality is a lie, then the only alternative is that genetics causes some races to be generally (i.e., statistically) superior to others with respect to certain heritable traits, in this case intelligence. Finally, when blacks comprise over 40% of any local population and exert cultural and/or political control thereof, that is strongly correlated with a general breakdown of the society in terms of economics, finances, effectiveness of social organizations, higher incidence of criminality and/or regard for social mores, maintenance of environment and surroundings, and general livability within the community.

    In summary, there is no doubt in my mind that Holder is correct: blacks are statistically inferior to whites with respect to anything related to the creation and maintenance of a viable, modern, worthwhile civilization. Thank you, Mr. Holder!

  • crankywhitewoman

    We don’t dislike and disrespect him because he’s black. It’s because he’s RED!

    • Viet Vet

      Precisely! It is a color issue afrer all.

  • onecornpone

    Poor Eric, his overcompensation is pathetic.

    On the one hand affirmative action has led him to believe he can bend our rule of law so as to leave it totally unrecognizable, meanwhile running a con game of meaningless indignation over our branding him (and his dear leader) a tyrannical POS.

    This con the Chicongo boyz are running is no longer plausible, even amongst their core constituency.

  • tagalog

    The vehemence that you, Mr. Holder, perceive, is (as is pointed out in the commentary) grounded in your arrogant unwillingness to enforce the law as written. People find that frustrating in America’s top law enforcement attorney, who is sworn to enforce the laws of the United States. That unwillingness seems, in one or two cases, to be based on your own racist views. Perhaps you should consult with a psychiatric counselor and try to develop some insight into the psychological phenomenon of “projection.”

  • nomoretraitors

    “[The] overrepresentation of young men of color in our criminal justice system is a problem we must confront”
    You can confront the problem by helping blacks to reduce their outsized contribution to crime rates

  • USARetired

    Holder, Your Race and your politics are two entirely separate issues, both are bad, and only because you are wearing them, and as long as it is not a National epidemic, we will continue to lay it on you!

  • George of the Jungle

    Most commenters here are still trying to back away from a charge of raaaacist. Instead, we should all embrace the term. Do you know why?

    It is because REALITY IS RACIST, it has been and always will be. This is due to the inescapable fact that absolute equality of capabilities among humans is a lie that exists only in the fevered fantasyland of leftist memes and narratives. (Note that this logically would also preclude any attempt to force equality of outcomes).

    The attempt to ignore reality while imposing a leftist political agenda has already been demonstrated repeatedly throughout history to create nothing but misery and chaos, including all the rotten unintended consequences that leftists refuse to acknowledge. Reality, particularly within society, can never be perfected, it can only be optimized. That latter term is absolutely unknown to leftists, including other reality-based concepts such as thermodynamics and statistical analysis. Any attempt to make a perfect society inevitably results in the Stalins, Hitlers, Pol Pots, Obamas, Holders, and (on this blog), the useful idiots like Steve.

    Stop running from it… equality is theft, reality is racist, and I as a traditionalist am a realist. The left can shout “raaaacist” all day long, but they will get nothing for it, because the term is now laughably meaningless.

    • Viet Vet

      I’m a selective racist. I love blacks who are pro-America, pro-Constitution, and absolutely detest the one’s who aren’t. I am a racist against whites in the same manner.
      And yes, the charge of racism has no real meaning anymore having been so overused.

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  • Debbie G

    Excellent “bio” on Eric Holder. I’m printing this one.