Sunday, July 01, 2012
If Brian Terry had been black, would the Congressional Black Caucus have walked out on the Holder contempt vote?
That same day, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa released secret wiretap applications that prove -- beyond a shadow of a doubt -- that Holder and other DOJ officials committed perjury and executed a cover-up. It is now apparent that the highest levels of Main Justice knew precisely what tactics Fast and Furious employed long before the operation resulted in the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.
So here is my thought experiment of the day: What if Brian Terry had been black? Would the CBC have walked out on the contempt vote?
It's apparent that the Congressional Black Caucus could care less about the hundreds of Mexicans slaughtered courtesy of Eric Holder's "Fast and Furious".
So how pathetic is it that the CBC -- contrary to the counsel of Martin Luther King, Jr. -- rejects the content of a man's character and focuses only on skin pigmentation?
It's sick, that's what it is.