"I will have you physically removed if you don't stop!" (former Oversight Committee Chairman Henry Waxman, firing upon then ranking member Darrell Issa, who was demanding regular order in contrast to Waxman's repeated badgering of Bush administration officials)

"You should be ashamed of yourself!" -- Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, reproving Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs Ronald Weich for providing "blank pages" of discovery on the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal.

Unlike Congressman Henry Waxman (D-Los Angeles/South Bay), Congressman Darrell Issa (R-La Jolla) is leading the fight for our country. While Congressman Henry Waxman was investigating lead in toys and steroid abuse in baseball, Issa has followed on major scandals, all of which are erupting to a heated pitch in the last week.

While the Mainstream Media was interested in President Obama's childhood and dressing up his failed policies as "just the right tonic for the country", Issa and his committee have demanded information on the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal, which was intended originally to allow illegal purchasers to take guns and lead law enforcement to bringing down Mexican drug cartels. The operation has actually made things worse. Federal agents have been killed along the US-Mexico border, among numerous other crimes, all of which were committed with the very guns used by Obama administration DOJ officials, sold to illegal purchases. Holder has waffled, refusing to provide requested documents on the Operation. Issa landed hard on Assistant Attorney Welch for offering documents with information blocked out. "You might as well have given us a ream still in its original binder."

Despite the fawning of the media, and the blatant blame laid by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa refused to support the Emergency Aid legislation to Sandy-Stricken states. Issa stood on the floor of the House of Representatives and protested the pork-laden legislation. The House Majority then excised much of the waste and pork, with a proper bill which would provide direct relief to all Superstorm Sandy victims.

Wolf Blitzer warned Issa that people would hate him for refusing to waffle on the fiscal cliff bill. Issa did not care. Voicing the interests of his constituents, Issa refused to support a midnight, last-minute bill which would cut taxes but not cut spending, then saddle future generations with more debt.
Darrell Issa is leading the fight for our country, for our future, to ensure that Washington insiders do not dump deficits, dysfunction, and debt on Main Street outsiders.

Within weeks of the Benghazi attacks, Chairman Darrell Issa pursued the facts on the ground of what happened. Did the diplomatic corps request more security? Did they inform the White House and the State Department of a planned attack, or were the terrorists just demonstrators who suddenly rose up and sacked the consulate, killing for officials, including the US Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens? The revelations from the men and women on the ground, the whistle-blowers who have exposed the cover-up, have come forward in spite of witness intimidation. Witnesses and Chairman Issa concur that resource requirements were not the issue, but the refusal from the State Department to provide more security.

Despite the partisan rancor in Congress, Chairman Issa has allowed the House Minority free access to witnesses, even though the ranking Democratic minority members had claimed that they were not permitted to speak with the Democratic staff.

Chairman Issa is now pressing on the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups and intimidating them. These groups were targeted for their tax exemption status during the 2012 election. Officials within the Obama administration were lying about it even a few weeks prior. These audits were politically motivated, and even MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell has expressed her disgust on the matter. President Richard Nixon faced articles of impeachment for using the IRS to intimidate political opponents.
The Associated Press has released further incriminating evidence, that the Justice Department seized two months of phone records from the Associated Press. Chairman Issa emphasized that he already has " a full plate" of investigations.

While investigating the BP oil explosion in 2010, Congressman Henry Waxman has the audacity to impugn the former CEO Tony Hayward: " You're not taking responsibility."

Congressman Henry Waxman has taken no responsibility for his lack of oversight over the Brentwood VA in West Los Angeles. He has taken no responsibility for the nineteen green tech companies which went bankrupt with taxpayer dollars. He has not even taken responsibility for shutting down a constituent during his embattled reelection campaign in 2012 against Independent Manhattan Beach resident Bill Bloomfield.

For Congressman and Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa's record, look for the things you do see. Darrell Issa: Leading the Fight" for all of us.