And gosh, let's not leave Barack Hussein Obama out of this mess! At the point Eric "New Black Panthers" Holder could no longer stonewall about his agency's (and perhaps his president's) role in arming psychopathic Mexican murderers, Obama invoked "Executive Privilege" so that Holder wouldn't have to reveal anything which might be politically inconvenient for the world's most transparent president.
Unsurprisingly, the family of Brian Terry was disappointed (to put it mildly) that the conspiracy to hide the details of the Border Agent's death now reaches all the way into the Oval Office.
And what are we to make of the notion that there is something more "top secret" and highly-classified about "Fast & Furious" than there was about the mission to take down Osama bin Laden - about which this administration has leaked everything to filmmakers who are making an action movie with Barry as the hero?
What about this administration's self-congratulatory leaks about the Stuxnet and Flame computer viruses? Or their leaked stories of Obama keeping a deck of cards with pictures of terrorists, which he looks through to personally select who will take a Hellfire missile up the ass?
Clearly, the only "secrets" this administration keeps are the ones which would hurt them politically. Meaning that if Obama has invoked Executive Privilege, this secret must be a lulu - potentially something which would immediately end the president's chances for reelection.
With that thought, and the memory of Brian Terry, in mind - we hope that congress will keep digging into "Fast & Furious."
And that after November's election, Barack Obama will be unable to get a job which even gives him access to the executive washroom - let alone Executive Privilege.