Issa To Holder: Want A Deal? Make A Move
House oversight committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa fired off a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday saying that if he wants to negotiate on subpoenaed Operation Fast and Furious documents, Holder must make the first move.

Holder and his deputy attorney general, James Cole, have now publicly expressed their desire to meet with Issa, Speaker of the House John Boehner and Sen. Chuck Grassley to resolve the subpoena Holder has thus far failed to comply with.

“If the Department of Justice submits a serious proposal for how it intends to alter its refusal to produce critical documents subpoenaed by the committee, I am ready and willing to meet to discuss your proposal,” Issa wrote Wednesday.
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Holder should spend the rest of his life in Federal pound-you-in-the-ass prison.
 
For... botching a gun-running case he did not directly supervise?
 
There should be no deals with the devil...he should be held accountable. He is the head of the highest law enforcement in the country&it has been over a year and he still doesn't know who authorized F&F?? He's lying or incompetent or both..but since he's the boss he should go down for not knowing what is going on below him.
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