An interesting look at events - Operation Fast and Furious

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From AWR Hawkins writing at Breitbart's Big Government:
Lies, More Lies, and Worse Lies: Watergate, the Lewisnky Scandal, and Fast and Furious
As a student of history, I�ve always wondered what must have gone through Richard Nixon�s mind when he was ordered to turn over the secret recordings that blew the covers of Watergate in 1974.

What degree of consternation must he have felt when the court order for those tapes sealed his doom?

For that matter, what was going through Bill Clinton�s mind when �I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky� no longer sufficed? I�ve wondered what he must have thought when the game was uncovered, and he knew he was going to have to come clean (for a change).

Now, with the rapidity of events surrounding the investigation of �Fast and Furious,� and the extremes to which the current administration seems willing to go in order to cover its tracks, I�m actually wondering what�s going through President Obama�s mind right now?

And what is Eric Holder thinking?
A fun read with lots of links to the facts and events. Things are so bad that Holder is thinking about dismantling Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms entirely. Andrew Breitbart is working overtime too -- just one post away from the Hawkins post comes a great set of photographs from Selma, Alabama in March 2007 as Senator Obama was campaigning. Our President has long claimed to have no familiarity with the radical New Black Panthers but these photos and story (again, with links) show this to be a lie.

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