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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Trey Gowdy: Accepting White House deal on Fast and Furious Documents like buying 'used car over the phone'

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) is making quite the name for himself as a member of the House Oversight Committee investigating Operation Fast and Furious. In this exchange with Greta, Gowdy discusses the alleged deal the Obama administration is offering Issa's committee; Gowdy thinks it's a joke and minces no words in telling you. The deal apparently involves the White House coughing up some documents and the Committee taking contempt permanently off the table.

Gowdy, a congressional freshman all but mocks the administration for the offer, saying it's like 'buying a used car over the phone'. If establishment Republicans ever decide to learn what conservatives mean when they say they don't want compromise with the Democrats, first-term Gowdy gives them the perfect example in this exchange.

When you have a dead Border Patrol agent and hundreds of dead Mexican nationals, reaching a compromise that doesn't involve accountability for those involved is not compromise; it's surrender.

As an added bonus, Gowdy chimes in on the strong letter sent by Chairman Darrell Issa to Barack Obama a day earlier. Watch as the Republican freshman puts Obama in a box, saying that there are only three kinds of Executive Privilege. Two implicate the President directly as being involved in the coverup and the third doesn't even apply to Congress.

In essence, Gowdy is saying that Obama is either part of Fast and Furious or he's misusing Executive Privilege.

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