Let's not overreact to this story. The facts aren't in yet. And
it's not unusual for law enforcement to make deals with criminals, in the
hope of catching bigger, more dangerous criminals. But yes, the earliest
details on this particular case are certainly troubling, and a thorough
investigation is needed.
Wait, I'm confused. Is this letter talking about conspiracies hidden by
Utah's leadership (AG, governor, legislature) or DC's?Because I've seen a lot of questionable things recently. $13 million
dollars going to losing bidders, standing ovations for men hot tubbing with
girls while married, student vouchers that Howard Stephansen's lobbyist
group wanted, prison relocations promoted by legislators with real estate
connections, Swallow, Shurtleff, Mr Powers, Rep brad Daw being attacked by loan
sharks after proposing legislation limiting their power and influence...Where was this letter writer then?
"it is now reported and confirmed that the DEA has been secretly dealing
with Mexico’s most notorious drug cartel." And the
source of this information.... The Sinaloa Cartel's lawyer who is trying
to get one of the cartels leaders out of jail claiming he was an informant for
the DEA. Surely it wouldn't even be reasonable to think the cartel and its
lawyers were lying? But even then, yes, this is how sometimes
things are done. Cartels are infiltrated. People are planted in the
organization. Shipments are allowed through because the mule isn't the
real person of interest, but the distributor. We had an entire
administration funding a war in central American via drug sales and weapon sales
to Iran. Are we really going to act surprised that some of this stuff - that in
the business of spying and covert operations that laws are bent of now outright
broken? All I insist is the appropriate amount of outrage exist
regardless of the administration.
One thing about it they will never cease to amaze me.
After Fast a Furious, why not deal drugs? They have already dealt guns with the
cartel. This is the logical next step.
Badgerbadger said: "After Fast a Furious, why not deal drugs? They have
already dealt guns with the cartel. This is the logical next step."Sorry, already been out done by the Conservative Saint Reagan.Iran
Contra even moved things forward fast by bringing us Crack Cocaine.Orrin, why he said coke dealers are OK with him, as he secured a pardon for
John Forté by President Bush. He had been serving a sentence of 14 years in
prison since 2001, after being found guilty of possession of 31 pounds of liquid
cocaine with intent to distribute.
Somebody's tinfoil hat is shorting out.
The American delusion that is most prevalent, wide spread, unaffected by race,
color or creed, and horribly disastrous to humans is simply that there can
exist "good" men.It is foisted upon people to make them easy
prey for the criminals that exist in every organization private or public.
Sven, you claim President Obama should be in prison for what he has done.Okay, please back that up. Tell us exactly what laws he has broken. Be
specific. Give us the precise criminal offense that you believe he has
committed, as well as the the specific language in the law that you believe he
violated. Because I'll tell you, not a single thing you listed
has ANY criminality attached to it.
You know, If the tin-foiled hat patrol was at least consistent - and
showed some integrity, [both parties are guilty, corporations are guilty,
my own State is guilty, etc.]I might consider some of their
"theories",but the problem is that most of them are partisan
hacks, you use stories to score political points, or to smear the
"other" saide, while giving free pass to the other.
mark said:"Okay, please back that up. Tell us exactly what laws
he has broken. Be specific. Give us the precise criminal offense that you
believe he has committed, as well as the the specific language in the law that
you believe he violated."1) Executive Order bypassing Congress
on immigration – Article 1 Section 1, ALL Legislative power held by
Congress2) Used Executive Privilege in regards to Fast & Furious
gun running scandal. Executive privilege is not allowed when Government
misconduct is the issue3) Drone strikes on American Citizens –
5th Amendment Due process Rights negated4) DOMA Law – Obama
directed DOJ to ignore the Constitution and separation of powers and not enforce
the law5) Obamacare - SCOTUS ruled this to be a tax, because
Americans cannot be mandated to purchase any product. As a tax, it has to be
distributed among all American citizens. Obama has, willy nilly, exempted labor
unions from a tax on their health insurance.Shall I go on?Once again: How come the leftist media in this country
couldn't find any time or interest to cover any of Obama's scandals
(where people died!), but have devoted well over a week of solid coverage
concerning Gov. Christies "trafficgate"?((crickets))
Yes, please go on, because you have shown NOTHING that would indicate this
President should be convicted of a crime, let alone do any time in prison, or
even charged with anything. I asked you to be specific. You have not cited any
statutes that he violated. Even IF the five areas you cite are exactly what you
think they are ALL of them are only political matters that are basically
constitutional interpretation issues, at worst these issues would be settled in
court, but not as criminal matters. Anyway, they very much, in the real world,
are not how you present them. The "scandals" as you call
them have been covered ad nauseam. There is NOTHING new in any of them. Just
because YOU want them to run nonstop in the news, doesn't mean the networks
Some conspiracy's are real, some are made up. Look at the republican
administrations under investigation, Christie, Virginias govenor,( Cant remember
his name), Swallow, and shurtliff. These are real. These are republicans.
Bengahzie? Made up by fox news and hateful talkshow hosts. Look at the
difference. Some have actually happened!