Monday, August 22, 2011

Hannity's Fast & Furious Show from last week.


SiGraybeard said...

Although a poor imitation of your blog and David's, - I don't think I got a single new fact out of it - it was good to see a full hour expose on it, including Darrel Issa himself. Seems like it ought to raise awareness in some more folks.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Graybeard's summary; nothing new but a 1 hour special seems appropriate to bring some greater exposure to this scandal.

Another comment I have relates to the history of ATF. Before Waco GOA had video that cited long series of abusive tactics and lawlessness of this agency. It was prior to Waco that the ATf was slated to be on the chopping block by the Republican controlled house. Waco was a media stunt designed to garner support for the "great work" they do. Their media stunt backfired and the rest is history, albeit highly controversial depending on who you speak to.

The aftermath of Waco has been an more militarized federal and local police policy and a substantial restriction of the rights of the American people.

Not one government official went to jail for their involvement at Waco and today we now face a more arrogant, more entrenched and more abusive approach and attitude from law enforcers of all stripes.

This needs to be raised as a caution to freedom loving Americans. We can not let this pass without severe punishment for those who implemented and carried out this program.


Dennis308 said...

Still no word on when or if Prosecutions will be proceeding. Anythig less than full and compleat prosecution of ALL those Responcable is less than acceptable.

Keep calling and mailing Your Represenatives and Senators DEMANDING that the responcable people are INPRISSIONED.(OR ELSE)

And before you ask or else what?

"But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security."


Anonymous said...

Biggest disappointment: Sean didn't explore the means by which convicted felons) were able to buy guns. Also the usual claptrap about "automatic rifles" and such.
Issa's comments were good, and Fox ended the hour with the links to other agencies and ultimately the White House.

Overall a good report.