Some More Eric Holder and ATF News

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by silverado113, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Rope, tree, politician. Some assembly required.
     

  2. dog2000tj

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    Tar, feathers, firing squad ... :cool:
     
  3. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    ... "These are a few of my favorite things."
     
  4. silverado113

    silverado113 New Member

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    I'm just in awe, but I guess nothing can surprise me anymore. It's like being caught with your pants down in bed with your mistress as your wife walks in. What's the first words that come out, "honey it's not what it looks like, she seduced me". I wonder if that will work with my wife? :rolleyes: Maybe that's the reason to marry a liberal...lol :D
     
  5. therewolf

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    IMO, we need a whole new paradigm of monitoring organizations like the ATF.

    This part of government has clearly shown it can't handle the responsibility of

    gun ownership, and our local police are dying as a result.

    Based on the rather arrogant, and clearly false claim that

    "They(we) can't be trusted with guns.",

    John Q. Citizen has been put through the wringer, in order to

    comply with Federal, State, and local laws which not only infringe

    on the RKBA, but also indirectly infer, rather rudely, that John Q.

    is rampantly irresponsible. While we've proved, dramatically and

    conclusively, that this is not the case, it's

    been readily shown that the irresponsible people with

    firearms are the foxes guarding the henhouse, the ATF, who have

    aided and abetted in hundreds of gun crimes,( for which John Q.

    would have been imprisoned) and these felonies

    are even causing the deaths of

    our own local law enforcement personnel.

    In order to protect our own local law enforcement, we, the gun-responsible

    people, need to draft some me new laws which make it difficult for the

    irresponsible agencies in the federal government to have and get guns...
     
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  6. bkt

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    LOL! Nice, bud! :D
     
  7. Bigcountry02

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  8. silverado113

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    So according to the GOA newsletter there are now 35 Congressmen that are calling for Eric Holder's resignation. Anyone think it will happen?
     
  9. AcidFlashGordon

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    Pigs have a better chance of growing wings and flying. Nothing is going to happen to this lying piece of [​IMG]
     
  10. BigByrd47119

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    Short of some new and extremely provocative evidence, it ain't gonna happen. The moment has passed...
     
  11. therewolf

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    Absolutely.


    If there's enough public pressure, there's a great chance he'll merely be used as a

    scapegoat, while everyone else involved waltzes away Scott-free...

    So, does the law get amended to " Don't do gun felonies, or act irresponsible with

    hundreds of assault rifles, unless you're the ATF?"
     
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  12. bkt

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    They're uncovering evidence daily and we already know for certain that some DOJ personnel have lied to Congress.

    No one can predict how this will shake out, but if Holder doesn't get fired it wouldn't surprise anyone. If he does, that would be good, but Obama would appoint someone just as bad for the job and Holder almost certainly would not be indicted for any criminal acts.
     
  13. silverado113

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    Agreed. I mean the administration has refused to provide documentation on the Solynda fiasco, they don't care about a thing but themselves and their control over the masses.
     
  14. Millwright

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    Just why are we so anxious to excoriate a football coach - "Joe Pa" -for his "lack of diligence" in a "child abuse case" - where he has no legal standing or recourse - except but to forward his suspicions to higher authority to deal with; but are seemingly so willing to accept the same defense - despite his sworn duty to serve - from the nation's chief law-enforcement officer, Holder ?

    Despite the "softball" forum of his recent appearance before Congress, even Holder's supporters couldn't stop him from "hanging himself" ! His accusatory opening statements, his contemptuous body language, his sneering response to questions regarding his, (non-contact), with the Terry and Zapata familes, to his indifference to the 200 plus Mexican victims known to result from OF&F, Mr. Holder was far more a "Heydrich" than "MV's "Paulus" ! >MW
     
  15. trip286

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    Is anyone really surprised? Every time a politician is caught doing something wrong, it's always either not their fault or it's not what it looks like.

    Just 2 examples, and I'm not trying to single out dems here, it's just the 2 that come to mind
    1. I did not inhale.
    2. I did not have sex with that woman. (this is more of spin)
     
  16. silverado113

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    Simply because morality, responsibility, and dignity does not exist in politics or the people that are supposed to be held accountable for something until it's the guy they don't like or they fear then the double standard rule is applied.
     
  17. crossfire

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    Holder wasn't called to task over his involvement in the the Waco cover-up.
    He wasn't called to task over the pardons of the FALN terrorists.
    Why does anyone think this teflon elitist egomaniac will be held responsible now? Just because a few people died? Collateral damage in his eyes and not even worthy of an apology to the families. He made that clear just the other day when he admitted before Congress he hadn't apologized and didn't feel it was appropriate.
    Folks, only a handful of politicians across the entire country even commented on it.
     
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  18. therewolf

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    I've been uninspired by the latest offering of political candidates.

    I will vote for _________________ (fill in the blank)of the

    "WE'RE GOING TO PROSECUTE ALL AGENTS AND OTHERS

    INVOLVED IN 'FAST & FURIOUS' " Party...