View Full Version : NRA President on Differences Between 'Wide Receiver' and 'Fast and Furious'

07-14-2012, 12:03 PM
Link (http://mrctv.org/videos/nra-president-differences-between-wide-receiver-and-fast-and-furious)

The liberal media continues to make a connection between "Operation Fast and Furious" under the Obama and "Operation Wide Receiver" under Bush, and major news outlets have made no effort to explain the difference.

MRCTV sat down with NRA president David Keene, who explains the fundamental difference between these two operations.
Video at link. It lays out very clearly, so that even a DUmmie could understand it if they got their head outta their butt long enough .. what the differences are between the two programs. They also show lefties lying about it (Jay Carney for example) which would be funny if it weren't so serious.

07-14-2012, 02:19 PM
Over and above the obvious differences between fast and furious and wide receiver, this is what really burns me about the whole thing. Maybe it wouldn't have made any difference; maybe Terry still would have died, but.......


US Border Agent Brian Terry was shooting beanbags at cartel members before they shot him dead with assault rifles. (Truth about Guns)

For the first time the Obama Administration today admitted that Brian Terry and fellow border agents were firing beanbags and not bullets during their shootout with armed cartel members.
FOX News reported, via Free Republic:

For the first time, federal officials revealed Monday that murdered Border Patrol agent Brian Terry and an elite squad of federal agents first fired bean bags — not bullets — at a heavily armed drug cartel crew in the mountains south of Tucson in December 2011.

The announcement came as the Department of Justice unsealed an indictment charging five individuals allegedly involved in Terry’s death. A sixth suspect has also been charged in a related incident.

07-14-2012, 05:19 PM
major news outlets have made no effort to explain the difference