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Where's the fury over Fast and Furious? Comments

It seems like a sensible plan. Allow criminals to obtain firearms from gun shops in Arizona and let them smuggle those weapons into Mexico, while being tracked by agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. As the criminals deliver the weapons to the drug cartels, agents can then build cases against the most wanted, violent criminals, and bring them to justice. Continue Reading

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  1. Larry A
    3 years ago

    I agree - I hear nothing from the Democrats, liberals and Catholic leadership. It's one thing to do shady activities by the government, but quite another to have those actions lead to the killing of people and then another thing to stonewall or cover it up. As some famous Democrat party leaders said in the past - It's the seriousness of the accusations that makes it so serious - where's the outrage or don't they think the death of Mexicans is worth the bother or do they need to protect Holder because of his race or because Holder is so closely tied with Obama and protect the whole thing because what Obama stands for in their eyes. This is why the Democrat party's flaws are so blatant and I left it years ago. Where's the Social Justice Cry - Catholic Leaders should fight to protect the lives of the unborn but they have to protect the lives of the born too!

  2. Bob Bethune
    3 years ago

    Where's the outrage? It's all over the place. Ordinary people are outraged by this and are expressing that outrage all over the Web. Just search for it, it's there.

  3. techwreck
    3 years ago

    I believe that Fast & Furious was designed to fail. Before the malfeasance of ATF and Justice Department management was revealed, the anti-Second Amendment crowd had already started a campaign against gun sales using the argument that "over 90% of guns recovered from Mexican criminals were sold in the U.S."

    I think Congressional inquiries will show that Fast & Furious was designed to give them that argument.

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