Brit Hume: Obama’s DoJ resembles Nixon’s

Posted by: Phineas on July 10, 2011 at 6:01 pm

**Posted by Phineas

More and more people are noticing the stink of coverup surrounding Operation Fast and Furious, aka “Gunwalker,” and the Obama administration’s role in it. Hume asks the question many of us want answered: What did Holder (and Obama) know and when did they know it?

BACKGROUND: Earlier posts on Gunwalker.

via The Daily Caller

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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  1. Carlos says:

    Wonder how soon Duh-1 is gonna come out and say, “I am not a crook!”?

    Just askin, ’cause everyone knew at the time Nixon was not pure as the driven snow, and most people with two or more active brain cells know that neither is Obhammud.

    ‘Course, in Obhammud’s case the phrase would have to be, “I am not a murderer.”

  2. arcman46 says:

    The difference, as I see it, is that the Nixon DOJ was involved in a coverup of a second rate burglary. This is much bigger involving murder, and can be even considered an act of war against Mexico.

  3. Carlos says:

    An act of war against Mexico? Heck, they’ve been sending as many spies/agitators as possible to the States because they still don’t accept the fact that 160 years ago they ceded the southwest United States to our country in return for peace.

    They wanna start a war? That’s fine, but Obhammud shouldn’t be arming their playland/candyland/narco soldiers. Especially since he’s doing everything in his power to destroy our military and make it comperable to, say, that of Grenada…

  4. Drew the Infidel says:

    “There is a cancer on the Presidency.”–John Dean, former White House Special Counsel under Nixon

  5. arcman46 says:

    Carlos,

    I agree that Mexico has been waging a de-facto war against the U.S. for years. That is why it is imperitive to seal the border. However, the arming of the Mexican drug cartels is an act of war against Mexico when those cartels are killing Mexican citizens with those weapons. Also it is a run around the Congress to get gun control implemented. At the very least Holder should be impeached, if not the big man himself.

  6. Carlos says:

    @arcman46: Agreed, but with the litany of already-committed “high crimes and misdemeanors,” do you really think that’ll ever happen?

    This has been the most bogus, most criminal and certainly the most secretive administration, if not ever then at least in my lifetime (that stretches back to WWII). They have no morals, they have no ethics, there are great questions about the president’s actual birthplace and citizenship, his educational background and his personal life (why have there been no people showing up saying “I knew him when…”?) that may go forever unexplained.

    But all that matters little to the gnat-minds of the LSM and victimhood voting public because, gosh, to say anything bad about the man or question his loyalty or legislative agenda would simply be RAAAACIIIIIIST!, ya know.

  7. captaingrumpy says:

    I agree with Carlos.The Republicans don’t have the “acorns” to accuse him of anything.When a Republican win the white house,maybe then,we shall find out.It’s going to be hard with the DOJ being part and parcel of the Democratic party.I think the cause is that politicians look to it as a career and not a calling anymore.Everyone leaves their political party much richer than when they joined,so why put a stick in the spokes of the wheel of politics when everyone involved(except the people) get their share.I would love to see the love of country mean something again.