I’m guessing there have been some intensive “alright, let’s get our stories straight” meetings going on in the White House in the past couple of weeks:


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Now that CNN’s John King is on to this story, he might be able to look forward to the White House yelling at him just like they did to Sharyl Attkisson.

(h/t Breitbart)

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7 Responses to “How Did Obama Know About ‘Fast & Furious’ Before Holder?”

  1. Dexter_Alarius on October 14th, 2011 11:50 am

    Doug, come on! In the vein of the Libya 'contingency' taking "weeks, not months", when Holder said he had first heard of F&F "sometime within the last few weeks", he meant in the 40 to 50 week range.

  2. The Zoo Keeper on October 14th, 2011 11:55 am

    Time machine. Problem solved.

  3. Pasadena Phil on October 14th, 2011 12:24 pm

    Knowing the future is the hallmark of all command economies. In this new flat earth where China is the model for future governments, you predict 10% growth at the beginning of the year and a year later, you report 10% growth. Totalitarian societies have dispensed with risk and inaccuracy. Even in elections, the winner garners 100% of the vote. No wasted effort anywhere as is prevalent in our messy democratic societies.

    Same with Fast and Furious. Obama saw it coming but couldn't act on it without hard evidence. Our messy society requires hard evidence before acting. Obama is far ahead of his time which why he is president while Holder is just AG.

  4. Marshall_Will on October 14th, 2011 2:08 pm

    Dex,

    Right, like when your wife asks you if you got this year's TurboTax filing done, or dropped off the dry cleaning? Oh… a coupla' weeks ago suffices.

    40-50 weeks sounds about right.

  5. Marshall_Will on October 14th, 2011 2:11 pm

    "and a year later, you report 10% growth."

    Yahtzee! In this manner they can give every impression that they are in fact 'omniscient'. Shades of an organization whose 236th Birthday we celebrated yesterday. The U.S Navy effectively is a Constitutional Monarchy.

  6. Truesoldier on October 14th, 2011 3:18 pm

    I think the biggest suprise is that CNN's John King reported it.

  7. SignPainterGuy on October 14th, 2011 7:12 pm

    "…predict 10% …. report 10% ….", totally meaningless !

    Reminds me of a movie scene showing a Russian female TV talking head giving the day`s crop report. She says simply, "6". No explanation of what "6" referred to, % harvested, % more or less production, % of workers who couldn`t get to work because they were too depressed and drunk, % that rotted in crates while central planning in Moscow fiddled and failed to order trucks to the fields, nothing ! Ha ha, and the "bosses" give no one any options other than to believe their BS !

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