Monday, May 14, 2012

What does Trayvon have to do with justice for Brian Terry and hundreds of dead Mexican citizens? -- Nothing except weak-kneed GOP leadership.

Darrell Issa Keeps Pursuing Contempt.
A GOP aide also warned against a racial backlash if Republicans are seen as unfairly targeting the first black attorney general, who is serving under the first black president. “Especially after Trayvon,” the aide said, referring to slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.
Meanwhile resistance to Boehner's spinelessness grows.


Anonymous said...

"GOP aide?" Really? Who is he (or she) aiding, exactly?

Anonymous said...

"Two wing`s of the same bird" This country has got to have a third party if it is going to survive.If I may quote a line from Alex Jones "Fall of the Republic"..."Both the Democrat and Republican parties are owned by the same global elite`s". So much for crying John being "about the peoples business".

Anonymous said...

If I had a son , he'd look just like Brian Terry .

Ed said...

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. proclaimed in his August 28, 1963 speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

So, what happens now, when people such as the President, the Attorney General and the GOP leadership are judged not by the color of their skin, but the content of their character, and their character is found by some to be grievously deficient?

Gunny G said...

Boner needs to go. He is a gutless crybaby when we need a gut-stomping Patton.

Anonymous said...

The pimps enforcer answers only to the pimp and never gets to sample the wares so he has to manage his own affairs.

Yank lll

SWIFT said...

We're in a heap o' trouble. A bunch of so-called conservatives have a dinner to discuss pushing the leadership to take a stronger stance, develop a vision. Then, when explaining their position after the dinner, they pontificate using generalities to explain their position. A few want attribution for their statements, most want to hide under the cloak of anonymity. With this type of "conservative" allegedly representing us, we are screwed. Anyone who is sincere does not hide in anonymity. These people have no steel in their spine! They are more worried about retaining power than representing we-the-people. The article about the meeting is NOT a one time item. It happens over and over in Washington. We need to, en masse, withdraw our consent for them to govern. I've had it.

Anonymous said...

I don't see how Issa can be accused of targeting Holder due to race since it appears that Issa appears to be an "ethnic minority" himself. Holder is nothing but a common criminal doing his felonies while trying to cover his butt with his AG position. I hate to break his heart but truth be told hanging a killer and a crooked politician can be done using the same rope.

Anonymous said...

Excuse my French, but... The FUCK?!

If our representatives are too balless to prosecute a man compliant in selling weapons to criminals, I don't know what hope we have left in the government.

Anonymous said...

"A GOP aide also warned against a racial backlash if Republicans are seen as unfairly targeting the first black attorney general,.."

I do not understand the GOP aide's argument.

Does this mean black people will not vote for Republican candidates because holding blacks accountable will be perceived as being somehow unfair?!

There is also a much more malignant interpretation: upholding the rule of law is a provocation and race riots will ensue. This effectively removes any responsibility Eric Holder has to administer justice.

But if Eric Holder has no clear-cut responsibility to uphold the rule of law, why is he on the DOJ's payroll?

He should be impeached and removed from office.


Mt Top Patriot said...

Well written piece over at:

Good traction:

"...“Attorney General Eric Holder could end this today if he gives us the documents,” Utah Rep Jason Chaffetz said. “Fast & Furious has become Slow & Stonewalling and it really makes you wonder what they’re hiding. We were promised those responsible would be held accountable and that has not happened.”

"...When it comes to Stonewalling, Holder has now entered into direct competition with Richard Nixon’s Watergate era White House. The big difference being, the Watergate scandal never resulted in death. Since for “progressives” the ends always justify the means, the loss of several hundred Mexican civilian lives and that of a U.S. Border Patrol Agent is a small price to pay when defrauding the American public into believing restricting their Second Amendment Rights is a good idea."

Mt Top Patriot said...

Another good bit of traction over at American Thinker.
See Mike, you and Dave have done something extraordinary in the annuls of American Journalism.


"...An Emmy award-winning filmmaker has decided he cannot stay silent in the face of a massive cover-up by the media complex and the Obama administration.

The magnitude of the government's involvement in Operation Fast and Furious has roused documentarian Michael J. McNulty to stand up and call out the bad guys. Attorney General Eric Holder will figure prominently in McNulty's feature length documentary, "Blood On Their Hands."

McNulty was already familiar with Holder. In an interview on McNulty stated, "Eric's been busy in the cover up business for 20 years. We sorta know how he operates..."