The convergence of so many high-level actions at the same time as Fast and Furious cries out for an in-depth investigation by Republicans and Democrats. Sen. Mikulski's call for action on the Senate floor proves this well-planned operation isn't a witch hunt by conservatives, but a necessary investigation of an egregious series of events that led to the horrific deaths of many innocent people.
Rep. David Schweikert: Where is the outrage over Fast and Furious?
It seems that for the magnitude of the Fast and Furious scandal, there isn’t much outrage.
Arizonans don’t need me to tell them that Fast and Furious is a big story. This scandal started in our backyard — in the ATF’s Phoenix office — and was administered by a U.S. attorney appointed by President Obama.
Every step of this operation seems riddled with incompetence and dishonesty.
Dave Workman: Grassley, Issa zero in on FBI over Fast & Furious.
David Hardy: Article on ATF whistleblower Jay Dobyns.
AWR Hawkins: "Obama promised that those responsible for Fast and Furious would be held accountable. We’re waiting for that to happen and we won’t be satisfied until it does."
Roger Aronoff: Will "Fast and Furious" Topple Obama and Holder?
Jerry Seper: Lawmakers blast Justice Department’s ‘Fast and Furious’ probe