Quote of the day—Joan R. Neubauer

All of this is the stuff of a conspiracy theory that most of us would dismiss as so much rumor. Disturbingly, we have documentation that proves otherwise. Fast and Furious may have been the name the administration chose for this operation as a means of further curtailing our Second Amendment rights in a fast and furious manner. We the People must remain vigilant. For without the Second Amendment, the other nine could never stand.

Joan R. Neubauer
Conspiracy Theory: Fast and Furious an Attempt at Further Gun Control
October 11, 2011
[Yes. It is more and more disturbing. If this were a movie plot it would be dismissed as “too far out there”. The big questions now are, as in the movies, how and will the good guys win?—Joe]


3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Joan R. Neubauer

  1. The likelihood that “Fast & Furious” was a psy-war attempt to undermine the Bill of Rights seems to escape most discussion of the event and it’s investigation.

    Let’s ratchet this up, the world needs to know that Obama intended to tear down the most important Amendment in the Bill of Rights.

  2. Our language has been bastardized to the point that we’re not supposed to use the word “conspiracy” without tagging “theory” onto it.

    Fast & Furious is a conspiracy. It’s not a theory.

    Problem now is; the guilty are the ones investigating themselves and they’ve had more than enough time to get their stories straight and ditch some of the most damning evidence. As Ry indicated earlier, looking for the holes, the recently emptied spaces, will be one way to nail them. It won’t be easy.

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