Friday, November 4, 2011

Fast and Furious vs. 2nd Amendment

" A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, and the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." 2nd Amendment

Part of what makes the case of Fast and Furious, the gun walking plot developed by ATF, State Dept, FBI, DOJ, and every other group of initials we can come up with is the questions about what exactly the purpose of the scheme was. For those of you who don't know about F&F, it was a program that allowed over 2000 guns to be "walked" across the Mexican border, mostly to the Sinola drug cartel.

Pajamas Media has put together some great stories about this so far, and have kept up with the constant document drops that have come out of the DOJ. Just this week Lenny Breuer tried to take the pressure off of the lies that Eric Holder told congress when he testified back in May, with testimony of his own. Something tells me it didn't work.

The real questions arise when you consider that most of the guns allowed to walk to Mexico weren't even the guns that the cartels want, or were guns that would be able to bought for significantly cheaper places other than the US.  Instead it appears that the US government was merely trying to keep up the 90% lie that liberals are always screaming about.

By following the crumbs here you would have to believe that this entire plan was developed to generate a situation where more gun control laws would be able to be passed. At least that's what Dianne Feinstein thinks is out there now. No word on if she thinks the plan was bad or illegal. But those pesky .50 cal BMG sniper rifles terrorizing airports and helipads all over the country just have to go. Thankfully there were some agents who didn't quite believe what was going on was right and told the world about it.

Problem is that this happened after Border Agent Brian Terry was murdered using one of the guns that was allowed to walk.
As we here at The Handbook are naturally paranoid of all things Obama we see no reason not to believe that a man that voted against a bill to allow people the ability to defend their own homes using handguns without fear of prosecution would not go through this trouble or be completely on board with it.

But have no fear because Obama says he has complete faith in Eric Holder. (Yes the same Eric Holder that is currently suing AL, SC, and AZ over their enforcement of immigration laws)

We here at The Handbook are still wondering how that Hope and Change are goin for those of you dumb enough to fall for it.

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