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More ATF on guns in Mexico

Finally watched the CBS video. It really makes ATF look bad. Allowing 2,500 guns to go across the border is inexcusable.

9 Responses to “More ATF on guns in Mexico”

  1. Ron W Says:

    Allowing guns to cross the border furthers the agenda of the ATF and others in high places to blame the violence in Me’ico on American gunowners. Another part of it is to leave our borders open…which has been going on for years through both Democratic and Republican Administrations. Part of Arizona is UNDER OCCUPATION and is posted off limits by the Feds to Americans. Read Article III, Section 3 and Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution and then someone explain why this isn’t “treason”.

  2. Chas Says:

    2,500!? I could see if they wanted to track a few to see where they went, but that’s wholesale, supervised smuggling on the part of ATF. Who in the White House authorized that?

  3. Bryan S. Says:

    Bottom Up, Top down.

    Look it up.

  4. Tango Says:

    So I’m a bit confused. We’ve been proclaiming that these were straw sales the ATF forced them to allow. The CBS story just says suspicious. Do we know what these really were?

  5. bob r Says:

    “Allowing 2,500 guns to go across the border is inexcusable.”

    I’ll have to disagree: The U.S. government attempting to stop guns from crossing the border (in either direction) is what is inexcusable. People in Mexico have the inherent natural right to own the means of self defence too. While we (Americans) have no duty or obligation to assist people in Mexico in their exercise of that right, we most certainly should not assist in its repression.

  6. Tango Says:

    Bob has it nailed. What the ATF is doing that *IS* inexcusable is playing the double standard. We can’t do things while they can. 4 legs good. 2 legs better.

  7. Pyrotek85 Says:

    What I found most interesting is that the gun dealers knew these sales were suspicious and didn’t want to go through with them, but the ATF insisted. They were trying to be responsible, despite the claims from the antis that they’ll always look the other way and sell to anyone.

  8. settlesdown Says:

    I wouldn’t at all be surprised if there was some “Plata O Plombo” going on in the ATF.

  9. John Smith. Says:

    Maybe this will get through to them.. Making national televised news… Hope it burns down the batfs house of cards.