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Krauthammer: Fast & Furious Could Hurt Republicans

Botticelli Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 1:38 PM
The Republicans are the ones covering up. They haven't spoken to the head of the regional ATF office. They haven't spoken to the head of the ATF, who has said publicly that he never told DOJ about the operation. All the documents they're fussing over now are from after the fact, so they're not interested in finding out the truth about agent Terry.
algae Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 3:57 PM
It is exactly what you implied. F&F cover up by Republicans, ergo F&F document cover up by BØ = cover for Republicans.

Perhaps next time you could actually try to comprehend your own statements before you excrete them.
Botticelli Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 3:36 PM
No, Algae, Obama is not defending Republicans. That's not what I said at all.
algae Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 3:02 PM
So let me guess "bot"... ALL those tens of thousands of documents that BØ issued an Executive Order to prevent their disclosure was to defend Republicans who wish to cover up F&F.

You have officially leaped into the fruit loop, nutcase bag face first. Congratulations, certifiably insane person.
Botticelli Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 3:01 PM
"and that "fussing after the fact" is about the cover-up of who authorized and knew about it."

The only way they can know who authorized and who knew about it is by looking at what went on before it happened, right?
LittleRedRooster Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 1:54 PM

"All the documents they're fussing over now are from after the fact, so they're not interested in finding out the truth about agent Terry."

We know what happened to Terry; he was killed with assault weapons the Obama administration gave to violent criminals, and that "fussing after the fact" is about the cover-up of who authorized and knew about it.


J. B. Books Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 1:48 PM
Well we learn one thing from butttakelli - we learn that those on the left who believe and spew this nonsense are dumber than horse squeeze!

Far be it from me to call Dr. K's typically sterling analysis into question, but what to make of this admonition?
 


 

"The final effect could be one that could hurt Republicans, because as you've already heard from the talking points of Democrats in Congress, this will be characterized as another case of overreaching, obstructionism, blind opposition to the administration, and a distraction from real economic legislation...it could, in fact, hurt the Republicans among some of the electorate."


I dissent, at least to...