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On the Way to Fast and Furious Accountability: Round One

ohiojoe Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 2:47 PM
There is no way an operation of this size could be performed and the office of the DOJ would not be aware of it. Only a fool would not see a cover up in this. There used to be interviews with both hillary and holder stating that firearms being purchased in Wal-Mart and sent across the border were a major problem that needed to be stopped, but then when the scandal came to light they shut right up. This was all just a ploy to end the 2nd Amendment.
traitorbill Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 3:57 PM
Yup. Millions of dollars. Thousands of guns. Covering Arizona, Texas, and Florida, at least. So much for their rogue ATF agents excuse.

If a President wanted to get to the bottom of this, all he would have to do would be call his AG. And if Obama wasn't involved in OFF, why does he have to claim executive privilege?

What did he mean when he told Sarah Brady that he was working on the second amendment "under the radar?"
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 3:31 PM
I should have waited to reply because I agree with you and Elizabeth and I don't doubt we are alone in thinking this.
Conservative_Libertarian Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 2:56 PM
What you talkin' 'bout boy... Coverup... Nah.

What with Big Barry presiding and protecting by Presidential Decree of Confidentiality...

Just kidding, Ohio...

We all know the real story and you are right!

Elizabeth420 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 2:53 PM
ohiojoe: You are absolutely correct! This was all part of their little manufactured "crisis" which was
all set to escalate, prior to the UN Small Arms Treaty, for which they were hoping to gin up popular
support from across the nation, IMHO. Holder & Napolitano should be criminally charged in connect-
ion with the deaths of BP Agent Brian Terry, ICE Agent, Jaime Zapata, as well as the untold hundreds,
perhaps thousands of Mexican civilians.

Yesterday Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa and Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee Charles Grassley issued a 211-page report and more than 2,000 documents, pinning much of the blame for Operation Fast and Furious on five ATF supervisors. This is the first in a series of three reports expected to be released.

An initial look at the report and the documents reminds us of a few things and also brings us new information.

First, it was just over a month ago when Attorney General Eric Holder became the first sitting...