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On Fast & Furious, "Blame Bush" is a Lie

rwebb Wrote: Jun 20, 2012 11:29 PM
Thank you Botticelli for posting these articles. I appreciate that they are from different sources. There are many many more of the same on the internet. I appreciate the fact that you are sharing the other side of the coin. I have always been of firm belief that there are two sides of every situation. I have always felt it's important to research things (and if it's political - to research it in an unbiased way). Nobody ever really wants to know the truth anymore, they only want to know the truth that fits their beliefs. This I find to be very sad. You can go ahead and call me names like lefty or liberal. But the truth of the matter is that there are a few sides to this story. Just getting one side is not getting the whole picture.

Throughout today's House Oversight Committee hearings on possible contempt charges for Attorney General Eric Holder, Democrat members repeatedly asserted and imtimated that the deadly gun-running program had originated under the previous administration.  Their clear aim was to muddy the waters on who is ultimately culpable for this blood-stained travesty, to suggest that Republicans are engaged in a shameless partisan witch hunt, and to feed the pliant mainstream media a handy alternate narrative as they begin to cover the controversy.  Katie documented why this variant of "Blame Bush!" isn't remotely applicable to Fast & Furious in her book, and...