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“Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama administration still refuse to take responsibility for the outrageous ATF Fast and Furious gun-walking scheme which allowed weapons to fall into the hands of Mexican drug cartels and resulted in the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol officer. The radical leftist agenda and shocking incompetence characterized by the Fast and Furious scandal are symptomatic of the entire Barack Obama presidency,” advises a feisty Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee.

“Eric Holder may want to point fingers and play the blame game, but as Obama’s attorney general, he bears the responsibility. It’s past time for him to come clean and actually take responsibility — and if he doesn’t, he has a boss who should.”

Yes, the committee has launched a “Fire Eric Holder” public petition. Find it here:


• 173 million viewers will watch the Super Bowl on Sunday.

• 73 percent say Super Bowl commercials are “entertainment”; 8 percent say the ads actually influence them to buy the advertised product.

• 27 percent plan to attend a Super Bowl party; 15 percent will throw a party.

• $11 billion: total amount U.S. consumers will spend on Super Bowl-related items.

• 71 percent will purchase special food and beverages.

• 9 percent will buy team apparel and accessories; 6 percent will buy party decorations.

• 5 percent will buy a new TV especially for the game; 2 percent will buy new furniture or entertainment centers.

Source: A Retail Advertising and Marketing Association survey of 9,317 U.S. adults conducted Jan. 4 to 11 and released Jan. 26.

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