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ATF Supervisor on Fast and Furious Whistleblowers: Take Them Down

Sarah_Higglesby Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 11:42 AM
Trouble is, Rick (our self-appointed thread monitor), the stakes are getting higher and higher and Romney is looking weaker and weaker. You and your like-minded pals in here are acting like this election will be a walk in the park, and you clearly won't tolerate any dissent from YOUR HOLY OF HOLY choices in Romney to take on this thug. And I have this "funny" feeling that if Romney loses, none of you self-appointed thread monitors in here will be around to say, "Gee, Sarah was right all along."
Becca in TX Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 12:23 PM
I don't think Romney is looking weaker and weaker at all. You must not be paying attention. Romney's hitting BHO every day if you're listening.
Sarah_Higglesby Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 11:52 AM
You might find out the hard way, pal, when Romney loses. And I do mean hard.
Benjamin98 Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 11:46 AM
So which is more important, Romney beating Obama or Sarah being right?

And exactly how does whining about your candidate not winning the primary help beat Obama in November?
Sarah_Higglesby Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 11:43 AM
BTW, none of this was meant to be humorous, Rick. The stakes are too hign.

Late Friday afternoon, Senator Grassley and Congressman Darrell Issa sent a letter to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz. Their concern? More ATF whistleblower retaliation. It has been well documented that ATF likes to retaliate against those who tell the truth to expose corruption within the bureau. Whether it's the case of ATF Special Agent Jay Dobyns, Vince Cefalu, John Dodson and others. However, it seems the retaliation is even worse than previously known.

According to the letter, in an eye witness account, ATF Chief of Public Affairs Scott...