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An Arrogant and Lawless Cover-Up

Seiche Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 11:23 AM
Wake up people. F&F was not a "botched" operation. There never was any intent of tracking these firearms; no implanted mini-transmitters, no coordination with Mexican govt. ... Even with coop with the Mexican govt, Wide Receiver didn't work because of the corruption in Mexico, so the program was cancelled. F&F was designed from day one to bolster the Obama claim that firearms purchased in the US was fueling Mexican drug gang violence and, hence, justify efforts to prevent the sale (and eventually the ownership of) semi-auto firearms to US citizens.
Seiche Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 11:29 AM
F&F was a direct effort to subvert the 2nd Amendment by supplying enemies of the state with firearms. And if you think Obama wasn't involved along with Clinton, Napolitano and a suit of people in the DOJ incl. Holder, you are an idiot. This is treason and, as prescribed in the Constitution, these people need to be tried, and if convicted, "hung by the neck until dead". It should be a "choke" hanging held in public. If we allow these treasonous acts to go unpunished, we will continue to be subjected to the tyranny of the Progressives.

Few principles are more important to our constitutional scheme than the separation of powers, which is precisely why President Obama's bogus assertion of executive privilege to thwart Congress' investigation into Fast and Furious is so inexcusable.

Executive privilege is an important safeguard against congressional overreach and to preserve the separation of powers. The inherent right of the executive to protect highly sensitive information has long been recognized, and the privilege was judicially established during the Watergate era.

As such, Congress should not go on fishing expeditions against a president to score political points. But neither should a president...