The fact that the sordid details about Operation Fast & Furious (short edition: the federal government allowed guns to be illegally resold to Mexican narco-terrorists, who then proceeded to murder people with them) are all breaking during the debt ceiling situation is either the absolute best or the absolute worst luck for the Obama administration. On the one hand, the administration is not getting hammered with new details and demands for information every day: on the other, eventually the debt ceiling situation will be over, and when all that happens, the details will have piled up most alarmingly.
Don’t believe me? Let me just list the stuff that we’ve learned this week.:
Continue reading The Great Fast & Furious… Fast & Furious Data-Dump.
…writing this post on the ‘showdown’ between Arizona and Utah over who gets to have the first official state gun. Puns were not so much present in said post as they were cheerfully crammed into every nook and cranny, followed by Andrew jumping up and down on top of the post to close it until he heard the click of the lock engaging.
Well, that’s why I like Andrew. He’s got the right instincts for this entire blogging thing.
…is this supposed to be a bad shirt?
Tim Blair certainly doesn’t think so; as for me, well, while I freely admit that it’s a bit a bit since the last time I graced a church with my presence it’s not because I have any issues with Jesus. As for the other two categories: I mean, come on. Babies. How can you be against babies?
PS: Yes, I know that there are people out there who hate babies (as opposed to people who just don’t want kids). They also have to carefully hide that attitude for the most part or risk social embarrassment, which is just fine by me…