Now Project Drug Walker?

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by fireguy, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. fireguy

    fireguy New Member

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  2. opaww

    opaww New Member

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    It just keeps getting deeper, soon the waiders will not be enough protection for us little peoples
     

  3. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    This isn't really surprising: help the cartels out by providing them firearms...help the cartels out by getting their product to market. Very nice.

    Imagine if a few of us had provided over 2,000 firearms to foreign criminals AND had imported significant amounts of contraband from those same people for sale here in the US and we got caught. I'll go out on a limb and suggest that maybe the various law enforcement(?) agencies would see to it we were staying at the Graybar Motel for a very long time. And if American law enforcement agents were killed in the process (at least two are known to have been killed in Gunwalker/Fast & Furious), we might even score an intravenous cocktail.

    Now how many here think the same fate will befall the assclowns in government who engineered all this? If the right people who did this don't suffer the same fate any one of us would, we can rightly conclude the rule of law is not applied equally. In other words, we have shifted from the blind rule of law to the rule of man.
     
  4. opaww

    opaww New Member

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    This is not the first time the government has allowed drugs to enter the U.S. in exchange for something else
     
  5. dunerunner

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    Amazing what law enforcement sees as OK in order to reach some anticipated end result. A few more hooked on drugs, No big Deal if we can get some information on Cartel operations; A couple of our own killed, No Big Deal if we can swing the court of public opinion further toward all out gun control like the President wants.

    The probelm isn't the rule of law, it is the fact that human beings without integrity are involved in the administration of the law that is the problem!
     
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  6. orangello

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    :confused: Why so surprised; it is fairly standard for "little fish" to be let go if they rat out the "bigger fish". Isn't it? The feds just took it to the next level there. I'm not saying it is the "right" or best way to fight "the war on drugs"; i'm just saying that this doesn't seem that weird to me.
     
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  8. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    True, but normally the littler fish do not get to keep their product. They simply avoid prosecution for the offense. We keep the product in evidence as the stick in case they welch on the deal.
     
  9. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    Perhaps they missed that memo? I'm sure they would appreciate a facs to update them. :D
     
  10. willshoum

    willshoum New Member

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    Guns n ammo

    you ever been stuck in a revolving door......:mad:
     
  11. MrGrumpy89

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    And the Democrats trying to make gun control laws to keep "guns" from getting in the hands of the Mexican drug cartels? Seems like a lot of BS to me.
     
  12. alsaqr

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    Good post. This crap has been going on since the end of WWII.