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(PJ Media)   Should President Obama take advantage of the debate tonight to do the honorable thing and resign?   (pjmedia.com) divider line 102
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2012-10-22 07:52:05 AM
What I'd like to hear is Barack Obama resigning over Benghazi, the most extreme public mishandling of an attack on American personnel ever, certainly in my lifetime.

zebrabelly.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-10-22 07:56:44 AM
Well I have to admit, TFA author certainly has his facts together and seems totally objective and unbiased.
 
2012-10-22 08:01:19 AM
These people are STILL upset that Romney got called out on his BS!
 
2012-10-22 08:04:51 AM

clancifer: These people are STILL upset that Romney got called out on his BS!


Uh, yeah. They're so used to the media simply accepting their lies and the Democrats refusing to fight back they don't know what the hell to do.
 
2012-10-22 08:07:14 AM
The most extreme mishandling?
abriefhistory.org
 
2012-10-22 08:07:35 AM
What I'd like to hear is Barack Obama resigning over Benghazi, the most extreme public mishandling of an attack on American personnel ever, certainly in my lifetime.

"Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S."
 
2012-10-22 08:08:19 AM

dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]


Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?
 
2012-10-22 08:13:47 AM

kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?


That's Beirut according to the image info.
 
2012-10-22 08:18:54 AM

GAT_00: kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?

That's Beirut according to the image info.


Yeah, I believe that to be the marine barracks there.
 
2012-10-22 08:19:59 AM
homepage.ntlworld.com
 
2012-10-22 08:23:19 AM
Are you retarded?
 
2012-10-22 08:27:02 AM

GAT_00: kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?

That's Beirut according to the image info.


Beirut Marine barracks. 1983.
 
2012-10-22 08:36:56 AM

Baron Harkonnen: What I'd like to hear is Barack Obama resigning over Benghazi, the most extreme public mishandling of an attack on American personnel ever, certainly in my lifetime.

[zebrabelly.files.wordpress.com image 313x287]


Well this appears to answer our question, "What the hell, are these people 12?"

And the answer is "No, they're 10, maybe 11."
 
2012-10-22 08:46:23 AM

dr_blasto: GAT_00: kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?

That's Beirut according to the image info.

Beirut Marine barracks. 1983.


Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.
 
2012-10-22 08:50:08 AM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: dr_blasto: GAT_00: kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?

That's Beirut according to the image info.

Beirut Marine barracks. 1983.

Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.


Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.
 
2012-10-22 09:30:58 AM

dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.


When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.
 
2012-10-22 09:37:55 AM
Well at least they're coming to realize that the only way for Romney to win is for Obama to throw the election.
 
2012-10-22 09:56:27 AM

EnviroDude: dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.

When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.


Certainly. This cover up is worse than even Watergate.
 
2012-10-22 10:06:57 AM

dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?


www.impiousdigest.com
 
2012-10-22 10:08:27 AM

EnviroDude: dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.

When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.


I didn't defend anyone. I'm just pointing out the absurdity of TFA.
 
2012-10-22 10:11:52 AM

dr_blasto: EnviroDude: dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.

When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.

I didn't defend anyone. I'm just pointing out the absurdity of TFA.


Careful. We're not supposed to remind teabaggers what Reagan actually did while in office. Their cult of personality doesn't like it since Reagan's actual policies would be considered too left wing for today's GOP. They much prefer the daddy substitute image of him they've created in their heads.
 
2012-10-22 10:22:14 AM
That depends, Subby.

Will it make Sarah Palin automatically the president?
 
2012-10-22 10:24:18 AM

dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]


Yes, proper handling would have been to immediately invade a small island in the Caribbean. I'm okay with Trinidad, but I don't like the way Tobago has been eyeballing us.
 
2012-10-22 10:34:46 AM

Krymson Tyde: What I'd like to hear is Barack Obama resigning over Benghazi, the most extreme public mishandling of an attack on American personnel ever, certainly in my lifetime.

"Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S."


Well, the kid's 10, so...
 
2012-10-22 10:38:43 AM

dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]


theintelhub.com
 
2012-10-22 10:53:40 AM

FlashHarry: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

[theintelhub.com image 540x650]


Jeebus. It's almost like we could do this all day. At least Reagan had the common decency to invade Grenada so we could get a collective win and forget all that nasitness. GWB was a tremendous leader, what with his disregard for his own safety by climbing the rubble and saying nice things through a bullhorn.

Ah, those were the days when real men were leaders.
 
2012-10-22 11:00:00 AM

EnviroDude: dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.

When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.


Totally. Reagan was far to the Left of Obama.
 
2012-10-22 11:03:07 AM
www.iancfriedman.com

Not a terrorist attack but did occur on American soil

/heckuva hot link Brownie
 
2012-10-22 11:38:35 AM

give me doughnuts: EnviroDude: dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.

When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.

Totally. Reagan was far to the Left of Obama.


Can you imagine the attack ads they'd run against Reagan in a GOP primary today?

"This divorced 'former' Democrat and union president supports killing babies and spent World War II hiding out in Hollyweird with his liberal pals. Was he having gay sex? We don't know, but, probably, because, c'mon. Oh, yeah, and he was the governor of California, which isn't even Real 'Merica. Can we afford to have Ronald Reagan's radical socialist, communist, fascist agenda destroy our country?"
 
2012-10-22 12:12:29 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: give me doughnuts: EnviroDude: dr_blasto: Thank God we had Ronald Reagan as President at the time! I remember him going into Iran and kicking the Ayatollah's ass. A lesser President would have evacuated Lebanon with his tail between his legs, giving comfort to future terrorists that their actions could work.

Yes, a saintly Reagan would never have left four months later. He would have used strong terms, calling the act of terrorism terrorism, not just call it despicable. He also wouldn't have mamby-pamby called it an act of terror, leaving the all-important -ism off the end. That makes all the difference.

When you have to defend Obama by comparing him to Reagan, you lose.

Totally. Reagan was far to the Left of Obama.

Can you imagine the attack ads they'd run against Reagan in a GOP primary today?

"This divorced 'former' Democrat and union president supports killing babies and spent World War II hiding out in Hollyweird with his liberal pals. Was he having gay sex? We don't know, but, probably, because, c'mon. Oh, yeah, and he was the governor of California, which isn't even Real 'Merica. Can we afford to have Ronald Reagan's radical socialist, communist, fascist agenda destroy our country?"


I don't know, they might have still had a cult of personality around him. I mean, they love Santorum, who is all about big government, and they love Gingrich, who is just a mess, mostly because they are willing to ignore actual positions in favor of getting a few soundbites.
 
2012-10-22 12:49:39 PM

kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?


Marine barracks in Beirut, 1983.
 
2012-10-22 12:57:49 PM
PJ Media? Roger L. Simon?


ckmaccom.startlogic.com


I expected more from the writer of Bustin' Loose.
 
2012-10-22 01:30:28 PM

Krymson Tyde: GAT_00: kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?

That's Beirut according to the image info.

Yeah, I believe that to be the marine barracks there.


I assumed that the author of TFA took that into account. And that the author is under the age of 30, since that couldn't have happened in his lifetime.
 
2012-10-22 01:31:00 PM
TFAuthor's mama's underwear has dickholes in 'em.
 
2012-10-22 01:32:08 PM
Apparently the author is 8 years old...
 
2012-10-22 01:32:19 PM
I still don't understand what the failure is in Benghazi. The failure not to shoot off at the mouth and declare war on 15 different places 30 seconds after the attack? WHAT A CATASTROPHE OF FOREIGN POLICY.
 
2012-10-22 01:36:14 PM
The only correct way Obama could have dealt with the Benghazi attack is, of course, to ally himself with his Muslim brothers and flee America to join the terrorists. It's what the founding fathers would have thought.
 
2012-10-22 01:36:35 PM
Solyndra

Fast and Furious


Benghazi

Somewhere, somehow, something will be Obama's Watergate. It's what the people elected the Tea Party to do.
 
2012-10-22 01:36:35 PM

CPennypacker: I still don't understand what the failure is in Benghazi. The failure not to shoot off at the mouth and declare war on 15 different places 30 seconds after the attack? WHAT A CATASTROPHE OF FOREIGN POLICY.


This. Please. Someone please explain to me what is the real problem that people have with "Benghazi." Not some satire or hyperbole. Maybe link to some halfway-sane conservative who explains why it is a "failure."
 
2012-10-22 01:37:18 PM

unyon: Krymson Tyde: GAT_00: kimwim: dr_blasto: The most extreme mishandling?
[abriefhistory.org image 467x300]

Forgive me, I'm still half asleep. What is that building?

That's Beirut according to the image info.

Yeah, I believe that to be the marine barracks there.

I assumed that the author of TFA took that into account. And that the author is under the age of 30, since that couldn't have happened in his lifetime.


No, he's just stupid. I guess we should put the Tet Offensive on the list too.

Roger Lichtenberg Simon (born November 22, 1943)
 
2012-10-22 01:38:57 PM
What I'd like to hear is Barack Obama resigning over Benghazi, the most extreme public mishandling of an attack on American personnel ever, certainly in my lifetime.

upload.wikimedia.org

Oh, how quickly they forget.
 
2012-10-22 01:40:29 PM

YoungSwedishBlonde: Apparently the author is 8 years old...


I'd put it at six, myself.
 
2012-10-22 01:41:24 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-10-22 01:41:44 PM

Esc7: CPennypacker: I still don't understand what the failure is in Benghazi. The failure not to shoot off at the mouth and declare war on 15 different places 30 seconds after the attack? WHAT A CATASTROPHE OF FOREIGN POLICY.

This. Please. Someone please explain to me what is the real problem that people have with "Benghazi." Not some satire or hyperbole. Maybe link to some halfway-sane conservative who explains why it is a "failure."


1. Obama didn't have a battalion of Marines at the little consulate.
2. Obama didn't order the Predator drone overhead at the time to rain down Hellfire missiles into the crowds
3. Obama didn't inculde the -ism after the word terror the day after the event
4. Obama didn't order an immediate invasion of Iran in retailiation
5. Obma let Romney make a fool of himself with his reaction to those events, knowing full well Romney's going to be president and thus contributed to further weakening our worldwide standing.
 
2012-10-22 01:41:52 PM
No, and please kill yourself.
 
2012-10-22 01:41:55 PM
This link has the right tag. I am unbelievably amused.
 
2012-10-22 01:42:38 PM

Satanic_Hamster: YoungSwedishBlonde: Apparently the author is 8 years old...

I'd put it at six, myself.


Only if the six year old in question has been abused. I don't think a healthy six year old could muster as much malice as this dude does.
 
2012-10-22 01:43:14 PM
Mishandling? shiat, we attack our own personnel.

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-10-22 01:43:42 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Was he having gay sex? We don't know, but, probably, because, c'mon.


Belly laugh.
 
2012-10-22 01:45:15 PM
I wonder which party thought it was a good idea to schedule a foreign policy debate at the same time MNF is on. We all know that MNF is going to get ratings that are huge (even with the Lions playing). People are tired of the American Idol cont... er, the debates.

And frankly, I have a feeling that most Americans don't give two shiats about foreign policy.

/hence the conservative folks that I know that agree Romney should start a trade war with China
 
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