Rush Limbaugh has some advice for 2016 Republican presidential nomination favorite Scott Walker.
Rush Limbaugh recommended for Walker to tell journalists that he “left college because (he) didn’t want to be accused of rape someday.”
But Majority Report asks: But why did Scott Walker drop out of college?
The website Vox tries to answer the question: “Why does the GOP hate Holder so much?”
This website, OK Fine, would simply answer the question with “because they hate him, that’s why,” but Vox actually tries to figure it out.
The answers have something to do with policy — Holder is the face behind the “Fast and Furious” scandal, and his Justice Department’s been slammed over its resistance to transparency and prosecution of leakers.
However, it is also because Holder has taken on the responsibility of going where the president can’t — talking about race bluntly where Obama is conciliatory, expressing contempt for Republicans where Obama has to be polite.
Holder is the perfect target for GOP opposition. The man is responsible for carrying out some of the Obama policies they hate most and is also a personal proxy for the president — partly just because they’re both bi-racial men who identify as black.
“The attorney general nomination hearings starting Wednesday in the Senate Judiciary Committee are ostensibly about nominee Loretta Lynch. But they’re really about outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder,” according to Vox.
For Loretta Lynch, one of her strongest assets in her path to confirmation is that she’s not Holder — and he’ll stay in place until someone else is confirmed. The question is whether Republicans will welcome Lynch as a chance to turn the page, or condemn her automatically for Holder’s sins.