Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation last September, and was held in contempt of Congress by a House vote in the summer of 2012 over his refusal to cooperate with the Fast and Furious investigation. Nevertheless, he was present at the State of the Union address Tuesday night, a fact that didn’t go unnoticed by at least a couple of legislators.

It turns out that there’s plenty of contempt for Holder among the SOTU viewership.

Maybe their ankles are chained together.