Monday, September 13, 2010

Dept. Of Justice Inspector General To Investigate Obama Administration's Selective Enforcement Of Voting Rights Laws

Now, this could get interesting.

Justice Department Inspector General Glenn Fine has sent a letter to members of Congress telling them he is opening up an investigation of the Obama Administration’s selective enforcement of civil rights laws by the Voting Section office of the Department of Justice.

This could turn out to be substantial. Michelle Malkin describes Glenn Fine as a veteran Inspector General who is particularly effective and meticulous in his work.

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B.Poster said...

"This could be substantial." I hope so but highly doubt it. The problem is the government beuracracy is controlled by Democrats and Obama supporters. As such, it is difficult to envision a scenario where they would aggressively investigate Mr. Obama or his team.

With that said the fact that they may be about to do a formal investigation suggests that their may be some pressure from some where leading to this. I would suspect the investigation, in its current form, is simply being convened to exonerate Mr. Obama and his team. In other words, they may simply be going through the motions of this in order to get it closed.

It will be important for who ever applied the pressure to get an investigation started to keep the pressure on to ensure the investigators follow through with a real investigation. I'm not suggesting witch hunt by any means but it would actually be nice to see the beuracrats and the media investigate Mr. Obama and his team with the same tenacity they applied to President Bush and his team. I mean why should Republicans be subjected to intense scrutiny while Democrats get a virtual free pass.

A complete investigation of this is necessary if for no other reason than to restore faith in the system. Unfortunately with the current make up of the government beuracracy and the media I jsut don't see this happening right now. Hopefully I'm wrong.

the Contrarian said...

Hey, they couldn't be racist. They're liberals, right?