GOP leadership drops the ball on Fast and Furious

M. Catharine Evans
When it comes to gun walking and mass murder, top House Republicans act as if their party lost the midterm elections. Tea party patriots are justifiably frustrated over House Speaker John Boehner's and young guns Majority Leader Eric Cantor's and Majority Whip  Kevin McCarthy's weak-kneed response to Operation Fast and Furious. While the Left whips up scandals over a Georgetown law student's inability to locate the nearest Target to purchase a $9 month's supply of birth control pills, Boehner and company prefer the less vocal approach when it comes to slain agents Brian Terry and Jaime Zapata. Judson Phillips, founder of Tea Party Nation, appearing on Fox News yesterday called out the GOP leaders for their tepid response to the Fast and Furious scandal. The Republican leadership were just kind of sitting there, and that's really a pretty accurate story. Well, here's my question: if you're not going to pick a fight with the president, especially when you've got an issue like...(Read Full Post)

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