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MolonLabe2008
07-18-2011, 6:45 PM
If holder is hindering the investigating, then Holder should be charged with Obstruction of Justice and arrested.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/07/18/atf-chief-admits-mistakes-in-fast-and-furious-accuses-holder-stonewalling/

BigDogatPlay
07-18-2011, 7:35 PM
The hard part, for the Attorney General and cabal, that firing Melson would be far worse than keeping him on. They fire him and they hang an even bigger guilty sign on themselves.

Geeez I enjoy watching this.....

Dutch3
07-18-2011, 7:40 PM
It probably sounds terrible from a patriotic point of view, but I would enjoy nothing better than watching the whole thing burn to the ground.

ATF, DEA, FBI, DOJ and yes even the POTUS. Sometimes, an example needs to be set to prevent further abuse of power.

proclone1
07-18-2011, 7:48 PM
It probably sounds terrible from a patriotic point of view, but I would enjoy nothing better than watching the whole thing burn to the ground.

ATF, DEA, FBI, DOJ and yes even the POTUS. Sometimes, an example needs to be set to prevent further abuse of power.

I thought the same thing about the bank bailouts. I'm 98% certain I wouldn't feel the same way if I had a family to feed (nice being <30 and single) but it sure sounds better than this: http://www.salon.com/news/david_sirota/2011/07/13/great_recession_elitism_slideshow

Dutch3
07-18-2011, 8:14 PM
I thought the same thing about the bank bailouts. I'm 98% certain I wouldn't feel the same way if I had a family to feed (nice being <30 and single) but it sure sounds better than this: http://www.salon.com/news/david_sirota/2011/07/13/great_recession_elitism_slideshow

Sometimes the "elites" need to be reminded their power is not infinite. When this happens due to some huge scandal, it is a mixed blessing. Our country is viewed in disdain due to the implications, but at the same time other players will think twice about doing something that will gain them headline noteriety.

I remember watching Agnew resign. I was in 6th grade. Our teacher drilled it into our heads about how it was an unprecedented event. Agnew was essentially given an ultimatum...either resign or face prosecution for felony tax evasion, etc. Nixon resigned shortly after that. The last (only) time in our history an administration has gone down in flames. Maybe it is time for another.

jamesob
07-18-2011, 8:26 PM
i won't be happy until obama is implicated and no doubt he knew about it,

6172crew
07-18-2011, 8:40 PM
I wonder who they will pick to be COL Oliver North? This story reminds me of the DOJ and that bug they found at the Modesto gun shop, it was a desperate attempt at a game already won by gun owners.

Southwest Chuck
07-18-2011, 9:51 PM
I wonder who they will pick to be COL Oliver North? This story reminds me of the DOJ and that bug they found at the Modesto gun shop, it was a desperate attempt at a game already won by gun owners.

I'm not familiar with that. Do you have a link or a quick synopsis?

donw
07-19-2011, 6:34 AM
are you serious? this administration? why...they're the most transparent, unbiased, fair administration since Harry Truman...:sleeping::rolleyes::cool2: :clown:

remember when Obama said in his campaign speech: "We live in the greatest country on earth, now, come help us change it..." :grouphug:

let's hope the American people have seen what is really happening to our nation as a direct result of what's in the white house now...

Write Winger
07-19-2011, 6:49 AM
http://www.modbee.com/2010/09/02/1322118/agents-arrest-owner-of-modesto.html

Not sure if this is what you're talking about. I wondered why this place closed. I called him once asking if he sold OLLs and he said no, lol.

tankarian
07-19-2011, 7:28 AM
Cartoons are supposed to put a smile on your face.
This one makes me angry. And it's nothing but the naked truth:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-yI3BRh4cq0E/TiTD8eZP3AI/AAAAAAAAI4o/1fcvC_Muk8g/s400/gunwalkercartoon.aspx

glbtrottr
07-19-2011, 8:57 AM
It's unlikely that the douchebag known as Eric Holder will ever see a day of jailtime or lose a penny due to fast and furious. one can only hope.

Goosebrown
07-19-2011, 9:27 AM
"Not sure if this is what you're talking about. I wondered why this place closed. I called him once asking if he sold OLLs and he said no, lol. "

IIRC, he sold, among other things, an M60 to the undercover officers. I keep trying to figure out how he might possibly... in some bizzaro parallel universe... think that was OK... I'd love an M60 of course, but I just can't figure out how to reconcile that with laws right now...

spencerhut
07-19-2011, 9:37 AM
It's unlikely that the douchebag known as Eric Holder will ever see a day of jailtime or lose a penny due to fast and furious. one can only hope.

No need to put him in jail or fine him. Just put him on patrol, liberal style, at the boarder, no gun or vest until he finds all those guns he let go over to Mexico.

He wanted to trace them, so let him trace them.

thenodnarb
07-19-2011, 10:47 AM
Cartoons are supposed to put a smile on your face.
This one makes me angry. And it's nothing but the naked truth:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-yI3BRh4cq0E/TiTD8eZP3AI/AAAAAAAAI4o/1fcvC_Muk8g/s400/gunwalkercartoon.aspx

Except that it was only a cover up after it was discovered that the ATF were intentionally responsible. They WANTED an agent killed. That was the goal. They did everything short of pull the trigger themselves....actually, we don't even know that!

Uxi
07-19-2011, 11:00 AM
Holder is just Barry's lackey, anyway... love to see him and his boss but not sure there's enough there to pin it on them.