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May 21, 2012
After 16 Months of Letters, Reports and Subpoenas, Will We Ever Get Truth on Fast and Furious?
House Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy joined Rep. Darrell Issa last week to once again demand Attorney General Eric Holder come clean about his involvement in Operation Fast and Furious.
The Republican leadership signed a May 18 letter asking more questions of the US Attorney General who has refused to provide subpoenaed documents to congressional investigators. The back-and-forth correspondence over the past 16 months may in the end provide a useful record of an Obama administration program which led to hundreds of murders. But for now the letters are little more than posturing by befuddled Republicans.
I'm tempted to agree with a blog commenter who suggested we wad up all of the letters sent to date and "ping them off Holder's forehead." It might not get results but it sure would be cathartic.
Meanwhile here are some questions to ponder from the American people.
Why did Obama administration officials and perhaps the President himself allow thousands of guns to walk into the hands of Mexican drug lords?
Why is the mainstream media avoiding like the plague a scandal involving murder and mayhem?
Why won't Obama's close-lipped, obstructionist, boot-licking propagandists in the media hold the Obama administration accountable like they did when George W. Bush was president?
Why doesn't AG Holder turn over subpoenaed documents?
Are contempt charges against a White House crony like Holder futile at this point--too little, too late as some have remarked?
How can Holder publicly represent the interests of Trayvon Martin and not Mr. and Mrs.Terry?
And why, two days later, did Mr. and Mrs. Obama issue a heartfelt statement on the passing of disco queen Donna Summer but failed to announce Terry's heroic service to his country?
Finally, what happens when the Obama administration's flagrant disregard of our system of checks and balances gets to the tipping point where laws become meaningless?
Read more M. Catharine Evans at Potter Williams Report
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