Skip to comments.'Fast & Furious' report leaves Americans with crucial questions
Posted on 10/03/2012 10:40:33 AM PDT by neverdem
Finally, the media is showing the staggering human cost of Operation Fast & Furious. But the news broadcast wasnt in English.
Sunday, Univision, the Spanish language television network, ran a program showing the faces and stories of dozens of people who have been killed in Mexico with guns the Obama administration supplied to Mexican drug gangs. One Mexican interviewed summed up the theme: Americans arent moved by pain beyond their border, only with their own.
Americans are now getting some partial answers about Operation Fast & Furious. The recent report by Justice Department's Inspector General identified Jason Weinstein as the highest-ranking DOJ employee to have been in a position to stop the program. He has now resigned from his post as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division.
It sure is about time.
This is 34 months after Operation Fast and Furious began supplying guns to Mexican drug gangs in October, 2009, and 22 months after one of those guns was involved in the murder of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.
Ironically, at the same time that people were poring over the new report, President Obama was denying that his administration had any responsibility for the program. On Univision Thursday, Obama claimed: I think its important for us to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program begun under the previous administration....
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Only those Americans that have an ingrained sense of freedom. Those not enslaved by entitlements and government checks that pay for their votes.
Is the most recent death of a Border Patrol Agent a result of F&F?
Bold face lie
It’s very important for him to try tp get people to believe that.
I disagree. F&F is merely collateral damage in our descent into centralized government where people smarter than we are get to tell us how to live. The only ones who have suffered the consequences are either dead, fired from lower level positions, or still in office and working on the next outrage.
If they werent actually tracking those guns, what ostensibly was the purpose behind Obamas Guns for Gangsters program?
Or did I just answer my own question?
“rapido y furioso”
NRO linked that URL today.
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