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Fast and Furious Is Not a D.C. Law Firm

gene190 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 3:42 PM
Chicago reaches 250 homicides for 2012!! Holder and Obama way to go. Boy that gun control really works.
Jerome49 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 2:01 PM
Is there anyone out there who believes that more gun control laws will stop the slaughter in Chicago? If Chicago mayors and Chicago police woul spend as much time taking gang-bangers and corner dope dealers off the streets as they do trying to take guns off the streets, there would be a lot more innocent people alive today. It's easier to blame the gun than the scum bag that uses it, because guns don't vote. The cops know who all the gang-bangers are and where all the dope is being sold, but pulling these killers off the streets might alienate some of the Democrat constituents, often referred to as "the community", and cost votes. If it comes down to losing kids or losing votes all you have to do it look at what's going on in Chicago
JTGA Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 3:55 PM
"Boy that gun control really works."

From the perspective that gun control means hitting what you aim at, I would say you are right, it seems to.

Most Americans don't care about whether Attorney General Eric Holder is hiding Fast and Furious documents because they don't understand the story.

Until someone can tell us otherwise, there is only one explanation for why President Obama's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives gave thousands of guns to Mexican drug dealers: It put guns in their hands to strengthen liberals' argument for gun control.

Precisely because this is such a jaw-dropping accusation -- criminality at the highest level of government to score a political point -- Republicans refuse to make it.

But the problem with Republican rectitude in discussing this...