From the Washington Times:
As president of the National Border Patrol Council,
I represent more than 17,000 rank-and-file Border Patrol agents. I
personally have been an agent for more than 25 years, during which time I
have seen my fair share of politics related to the service. We have
dealt with overzealous prosecutors and anti-immigration organizations,
but never have we had to deal with an attorney general who has complete
disregard for one of our own.
Eric H. Holder Jr. is called “America’s top cop” as the attorney general of the United States. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee held hearings with Mr. Holder
as a witness in order to properly investigate the disaster known as
Operation Fast and Furious. Direct questions have been aimed at the
attorney general to determine who is at fault and to hold those parties
accountable for their involvement in the operation. To date, Mr. Holder has danced around the questions, releasing only a small fraction of the documents that have been requested by Congress. He has not answered all of the questions that the committee
has asked him. We are one-and-a-half years into this investigation and
are no closer to getting the answers than when we started. It is
downright unacceptable. This is why the National Border Patrol Council is calling for the resignation of Mr. Holder.
Credibility, honesty, integrity and honor are trademarks that every law
enforcement officer brings to work every day. Yet, as America’s top
cop, Mr. Holder has failed on every count....
If the attorney general has any respect left for the position he currently holds, then he should do four honorable things:
Apologize to the Terry family.
Deliver all relevant documents to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Provide thorough and honest answers to all of the questions that he has not answered to date.
Not much more you can after this.