Comments...the operation was “dreamed up to show proof that U.S. guns are contributing to the crime and violence in Mexico,” something that has been alleged by President Obama, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and their supporters in the gun-control lobby.
That sums up the motive and opportunity. The speeches they all gave belie their claims of ignorance which when are an attempt to escape culpability however show greater complicity. Like the nabbed rabbit is asked, why'd you run if you had nothing to hide? Save it for your pleading at trial.
Posted by A pen on 09/30 at 08:45 AM | #
If Mr. Issa can't get the goods on the Kenyon gang , then who can?,, this has gone on far to long... the media, the congress are all in this together,, I say vote the incumbents out,, in fact the whole damn govt. is liable....
Posted by ray smithson on 09/29 at 09:36 PM | #
Our government officials lied??? Could it be they decided to play a new & different game of 'follow the leader'?
Posted by Miz on 09/29 at 09:33 PM | #
Mexican attorney general: “Obama more involved in Fast & Furious than admitted”
Posted by Jim Kouri on Sep 29, 2011 at 06:43 AM
Mexican Attorney General Marisela Morales, she called Operation Fast and Furious “an attack on Mexicans’ security.”
President Barack Obama appears to be getting it from all sides regarding a government snafu dubbed Operation Fast and Furious. Besides both houses of the U.S. Congress and a number of public-interest groups investigating what is being characterized as a rogue federal law enforcement operation, Mexico’s attorney general is infuriated over the allegations that the U.S. was behind the smuggling of weapons into Mexico that ended up killing her countrymen.More...
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