Friday, May 14, 2010

A Question for Eric Holder

Yesterday, Attorney General Eric Holder publicly admitted to not having read Arizona's recently passed immigration law during testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.

Writing in The Boston Herald today, Holly Robichaud asks, So can we conclude that the Obama administration has rushed to judgment? Were they ever going to give the law a fair chance? I think we all know the answers to these questions."

This leaves me with one question.

How can the Attorney General of the United States consider a court challenge to a law he has not taken the time to read?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

From what I have read, the ARIZONA
LAW ON IMMIGRATION is identical to
our United States Constitution's Law!
Does Eric Holder's retort of:
".I have not read the Arizona Law!"
mean that he does not abide by our
Unitd States Constitution>

This is not a comment that should
be let die. He must tell the
American Public (America's voting
public) what he meant by that unduly comment.

If we have a real president, it is
his duty to insist on HOLDER answering to the public NOW!