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Report: Security Clearances Revoked, Criminal Charges Pending For ATF Fast and Furious Officials

scrow Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 5:34 PM
Cue the folks somehow compelled to read a story they find boring. Not that they seem to ever read either the headline (or they'd know better) or the story itself.
scrow Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 5:37 PM
Or alternately, the folks who feel obliged to say "There's nothing to it." Apparently the only thing that would satisfy them is a Republican administration were doing the same thing. Either that, or Obama himself handing weapons out of the back of a wagon like Leland Gaunt in "Needful Things."
texaninsouthfl Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 6:37 PM
No, you're wrong scrow.... It wouldn't matter if The Dear Leader himself were handing out weapons... or for that matter, smashing kittens with a hammer, or kicking little old ladies down the stairs..... it matters not what this man does, his koolaid drinking followers will still get down on their knees and kiss his feet. There is nothing he could for which they would not find someone else to blame.
texaninsouthfl Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 6:38 PM
No, you're wrong scrow.... It wouldn't matter if The Dear Leader himself were handing out weapons... or for that matter, smashing kittens with a hammer, or kicking little old ladies down the stairs..... it matters not what this man does, his koolaid drinking followers will still get down on their knees and kiss his feet. There is nothing he could for which they would not find someone else to blame.

Washington D.C. - According to credible ATF sources, officials heavily involved in Operation Fast and Furious and named as partially responsible for the program's failure by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz and the House Oversight Committee have been stripped of their government security clearances while some have been fired, demoted, and transferred. Criminal charges are also reportedly pending.

Former ATF Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix Field Division Bill Newell, former ATF Special Agent in Charge of Operations in the West Bill McMahon and former Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix Field Division George...