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Old 08-01-2011, 12:15 PM   #21
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It is possable that even osamaobama did not know this was going on. Though I am sure that holder knew and possable that fat bottom feeding hog in homeland insecurity.

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It is possable that even osamaobama did not know this was going on. Though I am sure that holder knew and possable that fat bottom feeding hog in homeland insecurity.
Bingo.

Holder had to know that his federal prosecutor in AZ gave blessing to illegal gun running. No federal prosecutor would do that without informing Holder's office. The fat butt in charge of Homeland Insecurity had to know too.
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Heads need to roll!!!

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Thanks, guys.

I was beginning to feel like the "voice in the wilderness" over this.

I came from a state who's RKBA is badly mauled by state

over-legislation, to the point where you can't purchase

or even reasonably own a gun, because our lawmakers

obviously feel we, the public, aren't responsible.

So YES, I take it as a personal slap in the face that the

Federal Agencies like BATFE can be so irresponsible

with firearms, and be treated legally like they're

teflon-coated.

I also fully understand the need for an agency like

BATFE to have Federal protection from prosecution

in many cases.

THIS CASE, IMO, is a complete abuse of this protection,

our tax dollars, and the public trust. These people need to

be ferreted out, and treated like any of us who would

abuse special protection, public funds, and the faith

of the American people.

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