Skip to comments.Darrell Issa: Partisanship Not Driving ‘Fast and Furious’ Inquiry
Posted on 06/24/2012 9:07:34 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
Rep. Darrell Issa said he was not showing partisanship by opposing President Obamas use of executive privilege on the release of Fast and Furious documents, despite not protesting President Bushs use of executive privilege during his term.
Ultimately, I respect executive privilege if its top executives speaking or preparing to the president, Issa told me on This Week this morning. But in this case, the president has already said and the attorney general under oath has said t hey werent communicating.
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He not only knows nothing, he suspects nothing...
The are there right now to one thing only, stop Obama from getting anything done, and do everything in their power to get him removed from office as soon as possible.
This is what Democrats have done all along. It is nothing new in the scheme of things. Screw them and they mouths they spew this crap claim from.
Exactly. I notice "partisanship" is only problematic when Republicans do it (and that's even when the accusations are valid, which is rarely, since the Pubsters are so gutless).
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