Congress easily passed the contempt motion against Attorney General Holder this afternoon. The final vote was 256 to 66, with one member voting "present."
Just shy of 80 (79-1/4) percent of the House of Representatives voting, voted to make the Attorney General accountable for his unwillingness to supply information that led to the death of hundreds of innocent Mexicans, and a federal border agent, Brian Terry.
Eight-to-two is pretty good odds. The White House should have seen this coming.