Enough Talk . . . Arrest Lois Lerner Already!


There’s a scene in the animated film The Incredibles that describes the all-talk and no action Republicans on the Lois Lerner IRS case. Edna Mode, the fashion designer for the Supers, is a fast talking woman of action who says there’s too much “gobble, gobble, gobble.” Here she is in the short video clip:

Arrest her already! Instead we read this type of nonsense:

“House Ways and Means Committee Republicans aren’t ruling out the use of the chamber’s ‘inherent contempt’ authority if Attorney General Eric Holder refuses to act on the panel’s accusations against former IRS official Lois Lerner.

“The committee voted Wednesday to seek an investigation of whether Lerner violated federal law by using her power to ensure Right-leaning groups were targeted for extra scrutiny by the agency, giving misleading information during a probe of the matter by the Treasury Department’s inspector general and using her personal email to conduct official business, which could have resulted in the disclosure of confidential taxpayer information.”

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 Just more “gobble, gobble, gobble.” It’s time for action on the part of the Republicans.

Arrest Lois Lerner already. Do Something. Edna Mode would. No more gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble.

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