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Old 01-27-2009, 02:31 PM
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Not that long ago Arlen Specter (R-PA) announced that there was NO WAY that Eric Holder's consideration for AG could be considered prior to Jan. 26th. Today, Jan. 27th, Specter (ranking member of the Senate Judicary committee) announced that he would be voting to confirm Holder.

Hmmm, Specter's reelection bid in '10 couldn't have been a consideration, could it?

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Old 01-27-2009, 02:35 PM
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Specter is a RINO. He's a liberal and he usually votes in lockstep with his fellow Jews like Boxer, Feinstein, Schumer et al. Look at his record, and you'll see this is true.

Remember when Feinstein (and Schumer) voted FOR Mukasey as Atty. General? Why did she do this if Mukasey was so "conservative" and an appointee of the hated GWB? She did this because Muksaey was Jewish.
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