Archive for Operation Fast and Furious

Sometimes You Just Have to Walk Away

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on March 10, 2014 by conservativewerewolf

Which is what former CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson has done by telling CBS to kiss her ass resigning that position.

Who is Sharyl Attkisson?  She’s probably the reason you knew anything about Operation Fast and Furious (also known as Operation Let’s Sell Drug Runners Guns and Forget to Track Them), and, until recently, the only justification for going to CBS for news.

I have a feeling that “CBS” is the only part of her title that’s changing.  The world needs people dedicated to finding  the truth instead of pushing a narrative (particularly an increasingly moronic one.  Facts, anyone?).  I believe that, with her skills and tenacity, Ms. Attkisson will find employment where not being a tool is considered a good thing.  I also believe that, unless it undergoes significant transformation (evil to good, dark to light, mouthpiece of The Party to news organization), CBS will one day bite the dust.

Ms. A., however, won’t even have to brush it off her shoes.  Best of luck, Sharyl.


Eat it, Holder

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 15, 2011 by conservativewerewolf

Hey Biden, want to see an African-American who’s “articulate and bright and clean and nice-looking”?

Southern black man Allen West, who resides on no one’s plantation, calls out Eric Holder for his America-hatingness and fatal (for other people) stupidity – otherwise known as Operation Fast and Furious.  Because it was like those car movies.  Like, super cool and shit.  Except, it wasn’t.

You know how you’re not exactly sure what a werewolf  looks  like, but when you see one, you know it? Like, you have a basic idea (furry, with teeth), but you’re not sure of how it’s all put together because you see werewolves so infrequently? Same thing with Allen West’s ballsy manliness.

Will Holder actually resign?  Or, as the question should be, will he be thrown under the bus as Van Jones and Anita Dunn were?  Because, if not, he’ll probably stay because there are too many pussy-footing Republicans who won’t stand up and say the obvious: “That was really really really stupid.  You need to go home now.”

Or maybe I’m wrong.  Maybe every Republican will sign letters asking for his resignation.  So go on, guys – prove me wrong.