Does Obama really believe the public is stupid? He granted executive privilege for Eric Holder to cover up his own illegal action. The “Fast and Furious” documents would have revealed this.
For over a year and a half, a bunch of Chicago thugs have bamboozled the public about Operation Fast and Furious. Leading the pack is the Manchurian Candidate Barack Hussein Obama, a/k/a the Marxist-Muslim, and his bunch of socialist/progressive stooges in Congress posing as Democrats. Democrats my eye! Marxist traitors would be a more apt way to describe them.
Fast and furious excuse-making
Would you believe what these mental midgets said about an investigation of the illegal sale of weapons to the Mexican drug cartels? And the killing of a Border Patrol Officer? Rep. Danny (the Man) Davis (D), another Obama thug from Illinois, said that he
hopes the American people will see this as a witch hunt, as political activity and not the legitimate interest of getting to the truth.
Then there’s the anti-Second Amendment wacko from New York, Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D). Taking a break from arguing for stricter gun laws, she also calls the contempt vote a “witch hunt.” Sure! Go after the law-abiding gun owners! Is that what she wants? (Maybe the whole Fast and Furious program was about dropping throw-down guns in Mexico. Why won’t she just admit it?)
All law-abiding citizens would agree with her. We should put strict gun laws—on the Obama administration. We should especially order his DOJ and the ATF to cease and desist in trafficking in firearms to violent criminals.
Would you believe this knucklehead?
I am horrified that you are going forward with this contempt charge when the President of the United States and the administration has invoked executive privilege. The Attorney General is being attacked for protecting documents that he is prohibited by law from producing.
Again: he is protecting himself. Who’s dumb or dumber, Ms. Maloney or the voters that elected her? Only in America.
The Tri-Caucus: what’s in their wallet?
What troubles me the most is the Congressional Tri-Caucus. They denounced the committee, saying the move is “politics at its worst.” The caucus consists of nearly 80 mostly Democratic members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) and the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus. It seems to this writer that it’s OK by them to prosecute Caucasians, but if a black breaks the law, we must turn a blind eye. Remember the Black Panthers.
This is an extremely low moment in our body politic.
So said Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D) another thug from Illinois, the chairman of the CBC.
The cause for civility has been met by an unnecessary and unfortunate partisanship.
Who writes his material?
The lowest cause for civility is their lack of integrity. The Congressional Tri-Caucus is always race baiting. It’s always about race, not law. We will never be one people unless we recognize and condemn wrongdoings regardless of color, race, or political party. Tell me, members of the CBC: how would you take a White Caucus? Enough said.
The Bible tells us:
Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
You reprobates wouldn’t know the truth if it were in front of you, on film, recorded. Your rule is to protect your own, especially if he’s black, regardless of the truth, and the law be d____d. So an agent died in the line of duty, and those who shot him carried guns that Eric illegally sold to the drug cartel – no big thing.
Now let’s discuss executive privilege. The President may invoke this privilege only for national security reasons, or a personal involvement. And even then he may invoke it if he is a party to the act under investigation, and it applies to him alone and involves no one else. Could he be sabotaging an investigation, or maybe aiding and abetting in a cover-up? Did not Obama earlier deny any knowledge of Fast and Furious? Why, then, invoke executive privilege? Or is he protecting himself and the renegade hoodlum Holder? Maybe we can get him on perjury! He and Slick Willie could have something in common!
It’s now time for your Republican brothers across the aisle, but before I address them: the question I have, Senator Grassley (R-IA), the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who said Obama’s assertion of executive privilege raises “monumental questions,” articulated it best:
How can the president assert executive privilege if there was no White House involvement [in Fast and Furious]? How can the president exert executive privilege over documents he’s supposedly never seen? Is something very big being hidden to go to this extreme?
Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) also called the assertion of executive privilege “untimely.” Untimely, indeed. A year and a half has gone by since Brian Terry died. Nor is he the only casualty of Operation Fast and Furious. Everyone knows that. And all Holder has done is stonewall the investigation. So knowing the Committee had no choice, King Obama comes to the rescue! Or is he covering his own Chateaubriand?
Republicans: where is your ambition?
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (Mr. Day Late and Dollar Short) and Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA.) announced that the full House will vote on the contempt measure next week. Before I proceed: Boehner should step down immediately as Speaker. Repeatedly, he has done everything in his power to hinder the Fast and Furious investigation, as he has done others. Now Boehner spokesmen say,
Is Obama bending the law to hide the truth?
Wow. Did you conclude this all by yourself? Step down, Mr. Speaker. You’re a disgrace.
And while I’m at it, why did you refuse to investigate whether Mr. Obama is even eligible to occupy the Oval Office? You refused, even after more information came forward that Obama’s birth certificate and social security number(s), and his draft card, are forged? Strangely, one would think that if competent authority found Obama ineligible, Boehner would act as President until a new President could qualify. I cite the 20th Amendment:
The Congress may by law provide for the case wherein neither a President elect nor a Vice President elect shall have qualified, declaring who shall then act as President, or the manner in which one who is to act shall be selected, and such person shall act accordingly until a President or Vice President shall have qualified.
Congress did so provide. Title 3, US Code, Section 19 begins:
If, by reason of death, resignation, removal from office, inability, or failure to qualify, there is neither a President nor Vice President to discharge the powers and duties of the office of President, then the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall, upon his resignation as Speaker and as Representative in Congress, act as President.
Say what you may; people back down only when someone has something on them. Is someone blackmailing you, Mr. Speaker? Just asking. If a Republican held the office of President, the Democrats would run him out of town on a rail. (Come to think of it, they did, forty years ago!)
Your comments, sir, sound like a little girl whining.
While we had hoped it would not come to this, unless the attorney general reevaluates his choice and supplies the promised documents, the House will vote to hold him in contempt next week.
Boo hoo, boo hoo! It took a year and a half. The voices of the blood of those who died from Operation Fast and Furious cry out from the ground on which they fell. Give us a break.
So now the full House will vote on the contempt charges. 23 Republicans on the committee voted for the contempt citation, and (surprise!) 17 Marxist Democrats voted against it. These clowns have as much integrity as their leader. (Did I say integrity?)
Don’t get your hopes up, folks. This will go before Ronald Machen Jr., US Attorney for the District of Columbia, who will convene a grand jury. Did I forget to mention that little Ronnie, or should I say Junior, works for Eric Holder? And just because he donated $5,000.00 to Mr. Obama before the latter appointed him, shouldn’t worry anyone. I would never impugn this administration or any member of its staff. Next, people would believe that the seventeen solar companies that went bankrupt after receiving taxpayer monies, also donated to Obama. Oh I forgot! They did, didn’t they.? So is the DOJ investigating that coincidence? Could this be Obama’s way of “waging the dogs tail” to keep you from concentrating on his failures over or the last three years?
- A Journalist’s Guide to Project Gunwalker, Part Ten. Has links to nine earlier sets of updates.
- Too little, too late
- Where’s the outrage?
- The next level
- More subpoenas
- Shell game
- Cover-ups continue
- Death threats
- Fast and Furious is not Gunrunner
- The unraveling
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