Holder lied; people died — part 2

As everyone now knows, Barack Obama has invoked executive privilege to stall the Congressional investigation into Operation Fast and Furious. At stake are thousands of documents that the DOJ doesn’t want released — documents that might shed light on how a government agency could conceive and execute such a spectacularly imbecilic and ultimately disastrous plan as Fast and Furious. Claiming executive privilege seems to be a last-ditch effort by Obama to protect his corrupt Attorney General, Eric Holder, and most likely himself as well.

Of course, back when George Bush was president, then-Senator Obama spoke out against the use of executive privilege, on the grounds that “the American people deserve to know what’s going on”:

In other words, he was against it before he was for it.

Unfortunately for Obama, the minute a president invokes executive privilege, most people’s reflex reaction — rightly or wrongly — is to wonder what he’s trying to hide. There’s nothing like being secretive to make you look guilty.

4 Responses to Holder lied; people died — part 2

  1. Freedom, by the way says:

    You don’t cover up unless there is something to cover up.

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  2. Fritz says:

    Holder is the worst AG since Red Ramsey Clark. But look at who appointed them: LBJ and BHO.

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  3. 49erDweet says:

    So now we know Teh Won was behind the entire thing from the gitgo. Only someone as intelligent as he could come up with such a genius plan. After all, what could possibly go wrong?

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  4. Freedom, Fritz, and 49er, you are all correct, as usual.

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