Subpoena? We don’t respond to no stinking subpoena!

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Congressional communications  with departments, agencies, boards and commissions of the Executive Branch are not privileged.  They are part of the Public Record.  Not just written, but also telephone correspondence.  This transcript was recently obtained through reliable sources, and gives some insight as to the mindset of the career bureaucrats and whose interests they think they are appointed to serve, especially those who have come on board since January 20, 2009.

 

“Hello, National Labor Relations Board?  Darrel Issa here.  You know, from….The People? …….  Yes, that’s right, The People.  Anyway, we were just wondering, um, did you intend to come to our little confab over here in the committee room?…..  You what? …..No, I don’t think you understand, NLRB.  See, a Congressional subpoena is ………….What?  Shut up?  Shut…up?? ….No, NLRB, you don’t get it.  The People are not to be told to shut up ……….Shut up or you’ll break what!? No, I really don’t think you understand, NLRB.  See I have had both kneecaps replaced.  They’re titanium.   Now if you persist along these lines, NLRB, you’re going to leave us no choice but to get in contact with the President and the Attorney General – you know, a certain  Mr. Holder? ………………………………………oh……..wait………………..never mind …………….”

 

 

 

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YLovell
YLovell
August 14, 2011 10:19 pm

I had to laugh. I’m sorry, I’m sure this wasn’t meant to be funny 🙂

LadyImpactOhio
August 14, 2011 11:12 pm

Great one Bob. Barry and his minions just have a huge trash can next to their desks. Probably don’t even bother to use a shredder. And I am sure they are not just full of subpoenas, but copies of the Constitution as well.

Salazar is in civil contempt of court for failing to lift the drill moratorium in the GOM, yet as far as I know he is still out on the streets.

Don’t get me started on Holder…