Everyone has it so I might as well post it--especially since it's so nicely done by Senator Graham.
Graham decided to join the United States Air Force in 1982, and served on active duty until 1988. Following his departure he stayed in the military, joining the South Carolina Air National Guard and the U.S. Air Force Reserves. During the Gulf War, he was recalled to active duty, serving as a Judge Advocate at McEntire Air National Guard Station in Eastover, South Carolina, where he helped brief departing pilots on the laws of war.
The thing is, the points which Senator Graham makes are those which could be figured out by almost anyone who is familiar with the military and with cop/lawyer TV shows. And, trust me, AG Holder knows all of this as well. He just hasn't gotten around to making his BS flow smoothly on the subject, especially in the face of someone as knowledgeable on the topic and as skillful a cross-examiner as our friend Grahamnesty appears to be.
But it's just talk. A little less conversation...