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White House Chief of Staff Misleads Nation About Fast and Furious "Facts"

When I was a kid growing up in Texas before we had the drug dogs at the border the problem was always guns coming across the border this way, not the other way around. To this day the illegally owned submachine guns are all smuggled through Mexico, but any dip-shi!t with any brains can take a AK47 and make it an illegal machine gun in under five minutes.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 7:00 PM
IF that's true,it seems to me that's a good reason to own one,so that when the "stuff" hits the fan and it's time to "reset",or in a survival or riot situation, you have a capable automatic weapon.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 2:32 PM
In what town did you grow up? I'm looking for property in Texas.

On CNN's State of the Union this morning, White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew was asked why President Obama asserted executive privilege for Attorney General Eric Holder over Fast and Furious documents when he railed against the use of executive privilege in 2007. Remember, President Obama campaigned on his administration being the "most transparent administration in history."

White House Chief Of Staff Jacob Lew: “Candy, let’s go back to the facts. The facts are that this was a bad plan, this Fast and Furious. It’s something that started in the Bush Administration and the Attorney General did...