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Wednesday, October 05, 2011

'Gunwalking' then and now: The differences

It should also be pointed out that by 2009, even the most Underpants Gnome-stupid government officials had the benefit of hindsight (provided by "Wide Receiver") to see the folly of "gunwalking" as a "crime-fighting" tool. By then it should have been clear that the only value such a technique offered was the pile of dead bodies that could then be blamed on U.S. gun dealers.

"Operation Wide Receiver" should be investigated, and any found guilty of criminal acts should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. But before
TPMMuckraker gives the Obama government a pass on its gunwalking, because "Bush did it, too," we should probably ask ourselves if a past administration's atrocities justify their repetition now. [More]
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