By: Jeffrey Klein
Political Buzz Examiner
The Obama administration in and around Washington, D.C. has ‘progressively’ gotten to seem more and more like Al Capone’s Chicago organized crime dynasty, since his taking office in January 2009–primarily because of the ‘unholy alliance’ between U.S. President Barack Obama and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, the function of which seems to be to protection themselves and members of the regime from any [legitimate] scandal investigation or prosecution.
This architecture is not really surprising, as Obama, Holder and many of [Obama's] past and present administration ‘members’ actually call Chicago home, including newly elected Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who ‘bolted’ from The White House as the president’s Chief of Staff, to take the ‘coveted’ position upon the retirement of the second Mayor Daley to occupy the office.
Just as Al Capone realized that, as a bootlegger during ‘Prohibition,’ his organization’s security and longevity would ultimately rely on controlling law enforcement from the top down, in the mid-1920′s it was believed that he had up to 50 percent of the police force on his payroll–along with numerous judges, public officials and politicians.
Capone’s tightly woven, money or fear-driven web of ‘ influence’ was so widespread that it even extended down to jury members, which rendered it impossible to convict him of any crime in Chicago, according to a September 2008 condensed biography of Al Capone by Chas Oakley of Penn State University.
At this point the facts would suggest that the Obama administration has copied and implemented Capone’s ‘architecture’ by political means, and it is performing as designed–especially as the FBI and ATF are essentially ‘operating subsidiaries of Eric Holder’s DOJ–and not one of the major scandal investigations has had any resolution in nearly two years.