Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Dems block McCain resolution on special counsel for leaks

Imagine that, democrats blocking an action that may actually get the bottom of this mess. Of course holder is going to hand pick some people from his department. How else is he going to ensure that he protects obama? The only way to fairly investigate this is with someone from outside the "justice" department. It is NO surprise that democrats don't want to see that happen. They are just as much in the tank for obama as holder and the media. It's crazy. It's unAmerican. It's a crime. And every stinking one of them should be tried for treason.

obama was all butt-hurt yesterday claiming that he was insulted that people were accusing his administration of leaking classified information. No, what's insulting is that his administration ISN'T leaking classified information, they are pouring it. And all to inflate their already bloated egos and appear to be tough on National Security. "Oooh, let's tell people how much of a badass obama is. He handpicks the people our Country is going to kill!" He's not a badass. He's a pathological liar, an egomaniac and a narcissist.

With the help of the democrats in the senate and eric holder, he may come through this, once again. But soon, very soon, this clown will slip up and he will be busted.

One of these days, the democrats will look back on the past three years and cringe. Well, some of them will. There is no hope for the likes of harry reid and nancy pelosi. But some of those people will realize what they have allowed to happen to our Nation...

By Daniel Strauss - The Hill

Senate Democrats blocked a resolution introduced by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) calling for Attorney General Eric Holder to introduce an outside special counsel to investigate a number of recent military and intelligence leaks.

McCain introduced a resolution Tuesday expressing the Senate's support for Holder to appoint a special prosecutor. But Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) objected after McCain asked for unanimous consent that the Senate proceed to consideration of his resolution.

"What is at issue here is whether or not we are going to give an opportunity for U.S. attorneys, professionals in their fields, to handle this particular inquiry," Wyden said. "And I see no evidence, Mr. President, that the way U.S. attorneys are handling this investigation at this time is not with the highest standards of professionalism."

McCain said that recent military and intelligence leaks warranted outside legal counsel to investigate the leaks.

"The damage to our national security has been articulated by many both in and outside the administration," McCain said.

A week earlier, McCain had called for a special counsel to look into a number of leaks related to a report about an Obama administration "kill list" of terrorists as well as a story about a U.S. cyberattack against Iran. Democrats have so far refused to back McCain on the resolution.

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