Twofer today. Keln at Nuking Politics has been putting some commenters on stage, and, in my best cranky British reality show judge voice, I give them a “yes”.
First, Charon with:
this is a post about that stupid, stupid dog the Liberals have. Commerce Clause. It’s probably a Jack Russel or something as bewilderingly stupid. Commerce Clause had been smacked on the nose a few years ago, and sent chasing after justification for everything the pinkos want. Today, it reached the end of it’s chain, well… Justice Roberts stepped on it’s chain, and the once rampant Commerce Clause got clotheslined, like the dog that big rooster used to torment. Whatever happened to him? He seemed like a nice conservative gent…
Second, Arik with:
In a stunning turn of events, WTFA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Washington, DC, has come into possession of a number of documents purported to be from the Department of Justice regarding the Fast and Furious gunrunning scandal.
While the House investigation into the scandal focuses on the theory that the gunrunning program is either a botched attempt to track guns from weapons dealers in the U.S. to drug cartels in Mexico, or the much more cynical theory that it was a botched attempt to subvert the second amendment regarding U.S. citizens’ right to bear arms, the new documents appear to point in a much different direction.
In one email from the President to Attorney General Holder, Obama is quoted: “Undocumented immigration from Mexico is becoming a terrible burden on the economy. In addition, I think American citizens have a right to safe and secure borders. We need to come up with a plan to secure the borders and keep this great nation safe.”
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