Racism? Tell that to the parents of slain border agent Brian Terry. They are suing the DOJ and the (ATF) for $25 million. Is it racist to want to know who is ultimately responsible for their son's death? How about the Mexican civilians? Since most of them are non-white, why isn't the effort to suppress information regarding their murders -- numbering in the hundreds -- considered racist? Darrell Issa and company want to discover the most basic elements of any cover-up: who knew what, and when did they know it? Those who would coat that effort with a patina of racism, even as they ignore the carnage Fast and Furious has produced -- and those in the media who would aid and abet such demagoguery -- are beyond reprehensible. Quite simply, these are American leftists who prefer protecting the careers of one or more high-level government officials, over bringing some kind of closure -- as in justice -- to hundreds of families whose lives have been shattered by bureaucratic malfeasance at best, and outright criminality at worst. And they're willing to play the race card to do it. Shame on every one of them. Playing the Race Card to Obscure Murder The contempt vote against Eric Holder succeeds -- and the left is desperate to distract from its bloody scandal. Full article: http://patriotpost.us/opinion/13972 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!