Obama and Holders Titanic Skunk – Fast & Furious

Obama and Holders Titanic Skunk – Fast & Furious

Obama and Holders Titanic Skunk - Fast & Furious
Obama and Holders Titanic Skunk - Fast & Furious
National Association for Gun Rights
National Association for Gun Rights

Colorado ––(Ammoland.com)- Thank you for your activism!

Recent news that ATF head Kenneth Melson was stepping down should be proof-positive to every gun rights activist that your voice CAN make a difference.

Phone calls, emails, faxes and letters. They all carry weight, despite what the politicians say.

Never let up. Our Second Amendment rights are too important.

You did the job the media was supposed to do — you cranked up the pressure in Washington and exposed the ATF’s gun-smuggling operation, “Fast and Furious,” that brought Melson down.

You see, you are the frontlines. You are in the trenches. Give yourself a pat on the back…

…but that’s where the good news ends.

You and I have to get back to work — TODAY. By the time I finished reading that Melson had stepped down, I smelled a skunk.

You know that smell, right? The kind that burns your nostrils?

That smell is coming all the way from hot and humid Washington, D.C. It’s coming from Eric Holder at the Justice Department, right down the street from the White House.

You see, Melson did not stepped down as the head of the ATF, but he was “reassigned” within the Justice Department. He was the fall guy, but they gave him a life preserver and an inflatable raft as they threw him overboard.

They want you to think there is a “shake-up” and “accountability” at the ATF, but these actions stink to high heaven.

Is Attorney General Eric Holder running a shell game right in front of the public’s eyes, or are they all just playing musical deck chairs as their “Titanic” goes down?

Despite Holder’s attempt to show he is taking action on the “Fast and Furious” gun-smuggling debacle by “reassigning” the current ATF director, you and I know better. It’s a bureaucratic boondoggle that Barack Obama and Eric Holder hope will distract from the criminal activities their anti-gun department has been engaging in.

No, it’s not time to let up. It’s time to step on the gas. Eric Holder, Barack Obama and Melson’s cohorts at the ATF hope that “Fast and Furious” will just go away. But this scandal that you helped uncover is too big to ignore, and together, you and I won’t let it go away.

The ATF’s gun-smuggling operation, “Fast and Furious”:

  • *** Armed foreign drug lords and gangs;
  • *** Made it possible for criminals outside the United States to acquire new weapons to add to their arsenal;
  • *** Led to the death of at least one border patrol agent.

Why is Eric Holder still allowed to hold the highest law enforcement position in the country?

I need you to call your Congressman and Senators — AT ONCE! Ask them why Eric Holder isn’t being investigated and why the ATF is not being stripped of its funding.

What do you think would happen if YOU gave a semi-automatic rifle to a Mexican drug lord? You would be in jail for a very, very long time.

Don’t fall for this “reshuffling” — it’s an attempt to get you to shut up and go away. Here’s my advice to you: Crank up the pressure on your elected officials.

Thanks again for your activism. Together, you and I can be a powerful force for liberty.

For Freedom,
Dudley Brown
Executive Director

P.S. As a gun owner, you know how important it is to be on the look-out for these “under the radar” anti-gun schemes to designed to trample on your Second Amendment rights.

About:
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