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Fast and Furious Bombshell!

Wow…

Documents: ATF used “Fast and Furious” to make the case for gun regulations

Of course they did, it wasn’t that hard to figure out when you have Barry saying the people in the midwest are “clinging to their guns and religion”

CBS seems to be the only one really digging on this…had this happened during a GOP presidency, the media would be fucking going INSANE.

How about Holder trying to blame Bush? His claim was the previous administration used sting operations to catch criminals; you know except the difference is Bush and his people never lost track of the guns. Could you imagine the riots that would have broken out if Bush guns gave to Mexican drug dealers and border agents died as a result?

Straw that breaks the camel’s back?

“This is hardly the first time new evidence has come out that directly contradicts Holder?s congressional testimony. These new emails are written evidence that Holder was aware of Fast and Furious about five months before he testified in Congress that he had only learned of the gunwalking program a ?few weeks? before a May 3, 2011, House Judiciary Committee appearance.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/01/28/latest-friday-night-document-dump-shows-holder-was-informed-of-fast-and-furious-connection-to-brian-terry’s-murder-on-day-border-agent-died/#ixzz1knEBRvy3

http://www.enemiesforeignanddomestic.com/book.htm

Vaguely reminds me of the plot of Enemies foreign and domestic.

Holder is a disgrace to the office and should resign.

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[quote]pushharder wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:
Holder is a disgrace to the office and should resign.[/quote]

This isn’t just a Holder problem. The ATF is a corrupt, despicable organization.

I’ve done this before and will do it again now - read Dennis Ross’ book, “Unintended Consequences.” I urge those here to inform themselves. It’s a historical novel backed up by the cold hard facts. Prepare to be angrier than you’ve ever been about this subject.

It’s a very expensive book because of its limited printing and high demand. I borrowed it from my local library.

http://www.amazon.com/Unintended-Consequences-John-Ross/dp/1888118040[/quote]

More despicable than the other federal law enforcement organizations?

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[quote]pushharder wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:
Holder is a disgrace to the office and should resign.[/quote]

This isn’t just a Holder problem. The ATF is a corrupt, despicable organization.

I’ve done this before and will do it again now - read John Ross’ book, “Unintended Consequences.” I urge those here to inform themselves. It’s a historical novel backed up by the cold hard facts. Prepare to be angrier than you’ve ever been about this subject.

It’s a very expensive book because of its limited printing and high demand. I borrowed it from my local library.

http://www.amazon.com/Unintended-Consequences-John-Ross/dp/1888118040[/quote]

Its on Scribd, a lot cheaper if you don’t mind the format.

[quote]Hell-Billy wrote:

[quote]pushharder wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:
Holder is a disgrace to the office and should resign.[/quote]

This isn’t just a Holder problem. The ATF is a corrupt, despicable organization.

I’ve done this before and will do it again now - read John Ross’ book, “Unintended Consequences.” I urge those here to inform themselves. It’s a historical novel backed up by the cold hard facts. Prepare to be angrier than you’ve ever been about this subject.

It’s a very expensive book because of its limited printing and high demand. I borrowed it from my local library.

http://www.amazon.com/Unintended-Consequences-John-Ross/dp/1888118040[/quote]

Its on Scribd, a lot cheaper if you don’t mind the format.
[/quote]

Could you link? Cannot seem to find it.

[quote]JEATON wrote:

[quote]Hell-Billy wrote:

[quote]pushharder wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:
Holder is a disgrace to the office and should resign.[/quote]

This isn’t just a Holder problem. The ATF is a corrupt, despicable organization.

I’ve done this before and will do it again now - read John Ross’ book, “Unintended Consequences.” I urge those here to inform themselves. It’s a historical novel backed up by the cold hard facts. Prepare to be angrier than you’ve ever been about this subject.

It’s a very expensive book because of its limited printing and high demand. I borrowed it from my local library.

http://www.amazon.com/Unintended-Consequences-John-Ross/dp/1888118040[/quote]

Its on Scribd, a lot cheaper if you don’t mind the format.
[/quote]

Could you link? Cannot seem to find it. [/quote]

http://www.scribd.com/doc/11793519/Unintended-Consequences

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[quote]pushharder wrote:
If it ever came to the point where books were banned in the USA this one would at or near the top of the list that authorities would target.[/quote]

Downloaded it from Scribd this morning (thanks for the link, Nitwit;-)

Already 80 pages in and very much enjoying it.

Sounds interesting. Reviewers seem to agree it contains a very good history of U.S. gun culture and 2nd amendment restrictions.

[quote]pushharder wrote:

[quote]ZEB wrote:
Holder is a disgrace to the office and should resign.[/quote]

This isn’t just a Holder problem. The ATF is a corrupt, despicable organization.

I’ve done this before and will do it again now - read John Ross’ book, “Unintended Consequences.” I urge those here to inform themselves. It’s a historical novel backed up by the cold hard facts. Prepare to be angrier than you’ve ever been about this subject.

It’s a very expensive book because of its limited printing and high demand. I borrowed it from my local library.

http://www.amazon.com/Unintended-Consequences-John-Ross/dp/1888118040[/quote]

They have it on amazon, but not for a Kindle :-/