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Holder: We need to tighten gun control laws so we at the federal government don’t give any more guns to murderous Mexican drug cartels

What a #*&@% moron!  This guy must possess another chromosome or two, because this is just idiotic on so many levels.  Details:

In his testimony, Holder also advocates for new gun-control laws that he says would have halted, or at least prevented, Operation Fast and Furious. Holder echoes California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s comments from last week, when she argued that stricter gun laws would have stopped law enforcement agents from facilitating the sale of guns to Mexican drug cartels.

Just to make sure I understand this properly…

The feds force reluctant gun dealers to sell guns to Mexican drug lords, who then turn around and use those guns (unexpectedly, of course) to commit crimes, especially murder.  When the resulting (and predictable) operation blows up, Holder and his minions scramble into CYA mode to deal with the humilation and possible criminal charges.

Their response?  We need stricter gun control laws.  Of course.  I mean, stricter gun control laws that applied only to American citizens would have prevented the federal government from this insanely stupid government operation (forcing gun dealers to sell arms to Mexican drug lords), right?  Hmmm?  They won’t?

You know, if I were cynical, I would think that the feds are using this debacle as a cover for  implementing more gun control laws against the populace.  If I were cynical, that is.


November 8, 2011 - Posted by | corruption, gun rights, Holder, Operation Fast and Furious


  1. […] Holder: We need to tighten gun control laws so we at the federal government don’t give any mor… ( […]

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  2. Okay, CL, hop on the Cynical train. I’ve been on this ride for years re: everything government and especially liberals and their crap. Looks like I’ll be riding this beast for a while longer.
    All aboard.

    Comment by J. Guidry, Battlefield, MO. | November 8, 2011

  3. Question…and pardon me for asking a dumb one…but is it NOT illegal to kill somebody?
    If so, why would a would-be killer give two flips about the illegal weapon used to commit an ILLEGAL act?
    Hey, how did strict anti-hijacking laws do to prevent the 9/11 attacks? Just asking….
    Wow…yeah, the feds would not have provided weapons to drug gangs from Mexico IF there was a specific law forbidding them from doing so? What a blatant act of shameful disgrace to slain border patrol agent Brian Terry (the agent killed by one of those Fast and Furious guns sold to Mexican drug gangs).

    Comment by Kevin | November 8, 2011

  4. It’s like Holder’s saying “Please stop me from killing again.”

    Comment by crushliberalism | November 9, 2011

  5. Well, more like “if there were federal law specifically forbidding ME from killing (or stealing, or robbing, etc), only then I would never kill (or steal, or rob, etc)!

    Comment by Kevin | November 9, 2011

  6. Criminals, convicted or not, do not care what laws they break. Just observe what the Ovomit and his cronies have done since taking over (literally) the fed. Holder is just another unconvicted criminal in the corrupt administration.
    C’mon 2012.

    Comment by J. Guidry, Battlefield, MO. | November 10, 2011

  7. Ouch! Harsh, JG (not that I disagree at all! lol)

    Comment by Kevin | November 12, 2011

  8. […] last month when Eric Holder said that the botched Operation Fast & Furious, which resulted in the deaths […]

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