The first official identified by name in the Fast and Furious gunwalking investigation has been tied to a similar Minnestoa operation in 1996 where “more than 150 guns flow[ed] into the Twin Cities underworld,” Kevin Diaz of the Star Tribune reported yesterday.
George Gillett, David Voth and B. Todd Jones, Oh My! It just goes to prove my point. When it comes to gunwalking and the ATF, personnel is policy.
"[Clinton/Reno gunwalking] in turn makes speculation on Hillary Clinton and the State Department’s awareness of and involvement in Fast and Furious more understandable,.."
The documents under subpoena undoubtedly have the Lizard Queen's fingerprints all over them. How can she escape the trap that is closing on her?
What if, using the experience she gleaned from being the critical behind-the-scene legal authority on Watergate, she maneuvers BHO into a position of intransigence, exacerbating the constitutional conflict between Congress and the White House to the point where a crisis ensues?
She then steps forward and offers to arbitrate the dispute. "Trust me," she tells Issa and Holder. "I will evaluate the requested material, producing what Congress wants while protecting sensitive material that could compromise ongoing investigations."
Having exhausted all other options, Holder and Issa relievedly agree.
Hillary, using Sandy Berger as her Special Assistant, expunges everything in the Fast and Furious documents that may be prejudicial to her interests. She then presents material that proves to be politically damning to BHO.
Aw, too bad! Now Hillary will have to grudgingly accept her party's nomination for President so as to avoid an electoral rout from happening in November.
A grateful nation rewards her bipartisan diplomacy by sweeping her and her party into power.
It's called "the rule of men."
We used to have something called "the rule of law," but I've forgotten what it was, it was so long ago.
Obama Contributor, Who Helped Enact Assault-Weapons Ban, Ran ‘Fast and Furious’
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