Friday, August 26, 2011

DOJ Compliance Section-All Left-Wingers

Huge hat tip to Pajamas Media

J. Christian Adams in Pajamas Media has written another in the continuing series of reports on Eric Holder's Justice Department political hires. Seventh in a series, this one highlights the political hires in the Compliance Section. Leftie activists all.

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the great job Pajamas Media is doing in exposing the corruption in DOJ. In addition to this series of articles, which are a result of a Freedom of Information request followed by a lawsuit, Pajamas Media is also taking the lead in rooting out the ATF Fast and Furious scandal and DOJ's part in it.


Siarlys Jenkins said...

Of course: nobody else would attempt to enforce compliance. Conservatives would sit on their hands and smile.

It's past beddie-bye time for the little boys and girls at the pajama party.

Miggie said...

It happens that I know a man who was in a meeting with Eric Holder and others actually regarding some urban affair matters. He told me that Holder is obsessed with race. Everything has to do with race. Further, that there is a lot of "catching up" in the white community for all the suffering "his people" have endured over the years.

In other words, Holder views his job as an opportunity to even things up among the races instead of administering justice to all. (Similarly, the appointed head of NASA asserts that is main assignment as pointing out the contribution Muslims have made to the space program (!) .... good luck selling THAT to anyone but the Arab countries.)

They snarl the imputation "RACIST" at every disagreement over policy or direct. Actually, this administration has put race relations back 25 or more years.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

It happens that I once sat on a Greyhound next to a man who assured me he is a second cousin of the next door neighbor of a woman who once taught the first grade class in which a student grew up to be a co-worker of Miggie's. He said...

Now here is a TRUE story: my mother's first cousin told me that her son, my second cousin, used to job with George W. Bush before he got into politics. Cousin asked George, have you ever thought of running for president? George answers, no, I've got too many skeletons in my closet. Too bad for America he didn't stick to that resolution.