Fast and Furious Back and Forth

We all remember the Fortune article suggesting the whole Fast and Furious scandal is a figment of everyone’s imagination. Grassley fired back at the article, and so Eban released another follow-up article, which National Review has found issues with.

2 Responses to “Fast and Furious Back and Forth”

  1. The depths to which the lame-stream media will sink to protect a progressive administration not yet been plumbed …

  2. Chas says:

    Markie Marxist sez: “There’s nothing wrong with that article! Katy Eban did a fine job of standing the truth on its head! She could work for the New York Times! See! ATF never ‘intentionally’ let those 2,000 guns disappear into Mexico. That’s because ATF was thinking about something else at the time. Like, uhhh . . . lunch, or uhhh . . . dinner. Or something like that, so they couldn’t actually form the intention in their minds, because their minds were otherwise occupied! And you can’t prove otherwise! Ha! Ha! We win! See? Attorney General Eric Holder isn’t even prosecuting them at all, not even a little bit, because they didn’t do the slightest thing wrong! Ha! Ha! Uh, sorry about all those dead Mexicans. They were uh, just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Yeah! That’s the ticket! Just the wrong place and the wrong time is all! Ha! Ha! Heads, we Marxists win; tails, the American people lose! Ha! Ha! It‘s good to have friends in high places, like the AG‘s office! Not to mention the Oval Office! Ha! Ha! BTW, how‘s capitalist America doing with its employment situation? Ha! Ha!”