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More Than Fast & Furious

More than 50 Congressmen are calling for the resignation of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in light of Operation Fast & Furious. Turns out that wasn't the only gun-running circus the BATFE was sponsoring.

 

I comb through the major newspapers everyday, but rarely do I read through more than the headline, subhead, and first paragraph of anything related to guns when the articles are generated by the primary media outlets. There are just too many things they get wrong and too much bias, and reading through their pieces in their entirety boils my stomach acid. However, I came across a quite lengthy piece today from the usually more neutral Bloomberg Businessweek, and I gave the entire piece a read. You're going to need more than five minutes to get through the five online pages here, but some points I found intersting I'll synopsize here.

Today's online edition of The Daily Caller announced that now 51 congressmen have called on Eric Holder to resign immediately. That number is up five since yesterday (Thursday, 11/17/11) morning, but according to the same article, “Holder is currently on a taxpayer-subsidized junket in the Caribbean with his spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler, who has repeatedly declined to answer questions about the increasing congressional disapproval of Holder’s job performance.” Nice to know one of our leaders employs the tactics of an ostritch when things get tough.

I'd like to editorialize here–a lot–but I think I'll let the readers do it. Tell us here at Gun Digest what you think about these latest developments in the BATFE scandals. Lord knows these are more important to us than what's going on at Penn State.

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