Skip to comments.Rep. Issa Asked If He Is ‘Showboating’ With Fast And Furious On Face The Nation
Posted on 10/16/2011 5:28:52 PM PDT by opentalk
On Face the Nation today, Congressman Darrell Issa updated the public on his latest attempts to investigate the Justice Department for its possible involvement in the ATF Fast & Furious gun sting, but was careful not to accuse any of the involved parties of criminal conduct.
Bob Schieffer asked Issa to respond to charges that hes merely showboating by issuing subpoenas. Issa responded by holding up one of the many pages in the official report given to him by the Justice Department that was completely redacted, and insisting it was important to be thorough in investigating the case. Issa said he was requesting other documents and e-mails from the Justice Department, but they have not been as open to cooperating as one might expect. Issas conclusion? They know they made a horrible mistake.
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Just as soon as you start talking about facts they come up short.
Right. And the murders and crime were all dummied up as well I’m sure </S>
Im not showboating....Im doing your job
Ooooooh, good one! Guaranteed to leave a mark
Bookmark for Grandma:)
I guess zero has CBS on lockdown again.
Looks like the "Gunwalker" plot is getting too close for comfort.
Since when is it NOT a congressman's job to expose the corruption he finds in Congress?
Remember the Rose law firm billing records? Hillary sat on them for TWO YEARS and the consequences of them was no where near as dire as this. Holder will sit on them forever and just ignore subpoenas making ridiculous claims that they are too privileged to let Issa have them. No, it will take a warrant with federal officers physically seizing records.
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