Can the GOP say yes to Obama, and pressure begins on AG Holder as the politics of terror intensify: Mitch Perry Report 2.1.10

With President Obama making overtures to Republicans as the second year of his administration kicks, and with Republicans feeling ascendant after Scott Brown's victory in the Massachusetts Senate seat, people are now looking to see if the GOP is ready to do anything other than continue to oppose Obama.  That was the theme of some of yesterday's talk shows:

Also fodder on the shows: Attorney General Eric Holder, getting roasted for reports that the Christmas Day bomber was only interrogated for 50 minutes.  That and the fact that the administration is now backing away from hosting a terrorism trial in NYC indicates that this will be a definite talking point for Republicans this fall.


the report here.

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