Fast and Furious

Posted by Troy on 5th December 2011 in Current Events, Political

As I predicted, so it has come to pass.  Eric Holder will have to step down as Attorney General.  If he doesn’t, they will keep digging, and there can be only one answer:  The Feds let the guns walk to paint a narrative that private gun sales are leading to guns in the hands of criminals.  This would dovetail into the UN plan for a small arms bill, and would clamp down on private gun ownership.  However, they made one fatal mistake: they put the operation in the hands of the single most incompetent administration in the history of the country.  Seriously, they couldn’t get even this to work?  Of course, if they had, they would have told us the majority of Americans are in favor of the bill/treaty/ban, and in reality, the majority of Americans could care less.  Seriously, would anyone give up their freedoms because of something happening in any other country?  If so, they’re idiots and shouldn’t have a say anyway.

Long Live the Constitution!

2 Responses to “Fast and Furious”

  1. dirtyb Says:

    Man oh Man, I despise that Eric Holder. 2nd only to Obama on my haters list. He is a lying bastard. He knew about the shit, emails pretty much have contradicted everything he has testified about.

    And what really pisses me off, I get the sense, he doesn’t fucking care that this illegal operation ran by the FEDS, killed one of his own agents. I couldnt live with myself, knowing that this happen under my authority.

    It is time to clean house on the Executive Branch, from the top to the bottom. It has become absolutely ludicrous, they really seem to think there is no end to extent of power they are granted under the Constitution…..

  2. Troy Troy Says:

    But I’m talkin’ about Shaft. (sorry, couldn’t resist for some reason). Here is the quote he keeps on him. It really says a lot about the guy. “Blackness is another issue entirely apart from class in America. No matter how affluent, educated and mobile (a black person) becomes, his race defines him more particularly than anything else. Black people have a common cause that requires attending to, and this cause does not allow for the rigid class separation that is the luxury of American whites. There is a sense in which every black man is as far from liberation as the weakest one if his weakness is attributable to racial injustice.”

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