Skip to comments.Live Thread: Univision Report on Fast and Furious 7 P.M. EDT 9/30/12
Posted on 09/30/2012 4:04:20 PM PDT by kristinn
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No subtitles on my TV-—but the pictures tend to speak volumes!
Listen Up, America!
Our neighbors have a message.. and it ain’t Thanks.
So far, no subtitles. Any Spanish speaking FReepers who can post translations?
Hope someone will post excerpts/bullet points/Readers Digest versions of the report.
More importantly, I hope the report is accurate.
Most importantly, I hope this helps convince millions of Hispanic voters that Obamugabe doesn’t care about their lives...because he doesn’t.
I’d love to see the Obama warroom viewing the report. lol
Does your TV have a Closed Captioning option?
I agree tho, a pic is worth a thousand words..
no one knows how many have died there and here
not even those who seek to hush it up.
Try turning on Close Captioning and muting the sound to if the TV will show the text of their conversation.
We need an interpreter.
I never saw a translation of a Spanish language show into English. Not required, whereas it seems ...
No doubt Obama got his buddies at parent ABC News to sabotage the subtitles. It’s the least George can do.
side piece.. SFgate.com site
Holder not off hook in ‘Fast and Furious’
It’s hard to imagine a worse-run operation than the Obama administration’s “Fast and Furious” gun-tracing scheme. To curb a flood of weapons from border gun shops into Mexico, investigators hatched a plan that hadn’t worked in the past, was poorly managed and was riddled with errors.
The scathing findings come from the Justice Department inspector general, as close to an independent voice as Washington can offer in the politically charged case. The dispute featured gun rights, drug cartels, the political fortunes of both Republicans and Democrats, and the death of border agent, slain by a gun that went missing in the bungled operation.
President Obama, asked about the report by Univision, didn’t help himself by claiming the botched operation had “begun under the previous administration,” lamely deflecting blame for the mess to former President George W. Bush.
My Closed Caption en Espanol.
The Closed Caption subtitles are in Spanish!!!
hubby turned on CC and selected service 3 in the settings (we have DirectTV)
Univision: Just doing the job the American media won’t do.
I’ve tried it on my cable TV. No subtitles at all. Only CC1 in Spanish :-(