Unless you've been living under a rock the last few months, or only get your news from liberal sources, you're aware that the DOJ has been under fire for it's 'Fast and Furious' program. Of course, F&F was an idiotic, and deadly government program to sell guns to drug dealers in Mexico in order to track their sale. That certainly blew up in the DOJ's face.
Holder and his minions have always denied knowledge of the program and chronically defied Congressional subpoenas and requests for information. Well, it's now time to pay the piper....turns out that Attorney General Eric Holder himself approved F&F.
The letter comes amid reports that House oversight committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa has obtained evidence proving that senior Justice Department officials approved Operation Fast and Furious gunwalking tactics.
Now that this information has finally come to light, Holder wants to cut a deal.
The Department of Justice told Republican House leadership in a Tuesday letter that it hopes to reach an agreement with congressional overseers on how much information about Operation Fast and Furious it is required to hand over.
So, should there be a deal....or prosecution?