More on Gunrunner Investigation

From the LA Times. Dave Hardy notes: “The spin is now — this happened because we didn’t have enough resources to do more. In other words, ‘give us more money and we won’t ____ up again.'” Funny how with federal agencies, it always seems to come back to that.

4 Responses to “More on Gunrunner Investigation”

  1. Dannytheman says:

    If they don’t have enough people they shouldn’t be attempting these scams then, should they?

    Liars, liars!
    Pants on fire!!

  2. johnnyreb says:

    I am tired of seeing “purchased an AK47” in the news. Was it really one that has a switch that goes safe/semi/fullauto?

  3. Ian Argent says:

    Um, this is going to open up the agents and agency to a whacking great civil rights suit from the family (and rightfully so), no?

  4. Chas says:

    ATF’s budget is a billion dollars a year. It should be cut.

    Incompetence and inadequate funding are two different things, and ATF is too incompetent to know the difference.


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