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Majority of Americans Approve of Holder Contempt Vote, Want Obama to Come Clean on Fast and Furious

txpoljldy Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 2:06 PM
The republicans should state loudly and clear that many many Latinos were killed as well as the agent...and that this is not political...we still don't know where all the guns are and who initiated this fiasco...no one was fired...but people died and the administration covers up as it claims racism....where is the media...oh right...on O's side and covering up for him...
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 3:44 PM
That's two agents, although there seems to be a reluctance to count Jaime Zapata (a hispanic victim) who was an ICE agent, ambushed on his way back by a Cartel. He was shot to death while his partner seriouslly wounded. He also apparently wrote a report on what he discovered while in Mexico about Fast and Furious..hmmmm? He was murdered in February 2011 and Brian Terry the previous December..so it kind of makes ya wonder doesn't it? I understand Zapata went to Mexico from his home base in Laredo with misgivings however was ordered there by his superior..again makes ya wonder? What was in that report?
renny4 Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 3:26 PM

According to a new CNN/ORC poll, the majority of Americans believe the vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress after his refusal to turn over subpoenaed Operation Fast and Furious documents was justified and the right decision while a vast majority believe President Obama should come clean about the program.

Nearly three-quarters of Republicans approve of the move, as do a majority of independent voters, while a plurality of Democrats oppose the vote.

 

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