July 15, 2011

"Watergate with a Body Count" Continues to Fall Apart For the Obama Administration

I have two Gunwalker articles posted at Pajamas Media at the moment, and two more in the wings.

Teh first shows how the media continues to try to protect the Administration, while the second shows the "smoking gun" emails that prove that ATF officials were trying to use Fast and Furious to influence gun policy.

It's getting bad, and going to get worse, folks.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at July 15, 2011 12:04 PM

3% of American fought the Revolutionary War.A lot more than that are ready now. Y'all let me know when you are ready to fix this mess and we will take our land back. Too old for a nanny and too free to be a socialist. We the People can slap these folks into their proper place. They will not listen to reason. They exist only to grow and consume the wealth of their citizens. We need a tick bath.

Posted by: Odins Acolyte at July 15, 2011 04:39 PM


I've suggested it in two of your articles on PJM but I think you should drop the "Gunwalker" moniker for the scandal and insert "Walkergate". The sound of it has a very nice ring :)

Posted by: PhyCon at July 15, 2011 05:17 PM

So much of the problem with anything getting traction with this administration is that we are arguing with the guy that has the microphone. They control the terms, the timing, and the attention level.

Dying media or not, if it doesn't get out on the MSM (print or TV), it didn't happen. Look how the Ayres connection was presented. It was either "old news" or (after the story lived through that) "we looked at it and there was nothing there". Buried story, end of the line.

Posted by: Advo at July 16, 2011 01:23 PM

Five months after U.S. immigration agent Jaime Zapata was shot to death by a Mexican drug cartel, his family is demanding to know whether the weapons were purchased in the United States and smuggled into Mexico under the now-defunct Fast and Furious operation.

The family complains that U.S. authorities in Washington and Texas have refused to answer crucial questions about the Feb. 15 ambush on a four-lane highway in northern Mexico.

"What happened with Jaime needs to come out," the family's lawyer, Raymond L. Thomas of McAllen, Texas, said in a telephone interview Sunday. "And the likelihood that these were Fast and Furious guns is certainly plausible."

Posted by: Neo at July 17, 2011 10:04 PM