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(NBC News)   John McCain really took today's "storm relief rally" to heart....by spending his entire speech accusing Obama of a coverup in Libya   (firstread.nbcnews.com) divider line 170
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2012-10-30 09:21:35 PM
"This president is either engaged in a massive cover-up deceiving the American people or he is so grossly incompetent that he is not qualified to be the commander in chief of our armed forces. It's either one of them," McCain told Romney volunteers gathered here at a Victory Center."

Well, I'm sure that really amped up the crowd to donate time and money to relief efforts!

/farking troll, retire already
 
2012-10-30 09:26:14 PM
I guess John was pissed because they didn't include him in on the decision process. He does get angry when left out of military matters.

He was almost the President, after all.
 
2012-10-30 09:35:52 PM
Man, he's really bitter about losing to "THAT ONE!"
 
2012-10-30 09:38:12 PM
Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of sanity...
 
2012-10-30 09:40:44 PM

nvmac: I guess John was pissed because they didn't include him in on the decision process. He does get angry when left out of military matters.

He was almost the President, after all.


But ruined his chances when he demonstrated how terrible he was at decision-making (Palin?).
 
2012-10-30 09:58:30 PM
Oh, look, another Republican veteran standing up for a draft dodger.

Remember when Republicans hated draft dodgers?

Good times, good times.
 
2012-10-30 10:12:20 PM
That's why every show on Fox is airing storm footage while only talking about Libya. Sure, 10x as many people have died in this storm, but only one of these events can be plausibly blamed on the president.
 
2012-10-30 10:13:36 PM

kmmontandon: Oh, look, another Republican veteran standing up for a draft dodger.

Remember when Republicans hated draft dodgers?

Good times, good times.


Romney dodged the draft and then stayed in the US participating in anti-anti-war activist groups. He's been a chickenhawk since VIETNAM ITSELF.
 
2012-10-30 10:49:15 PM
Republicans, just so you know.
Benghazi is not a meme.

But "Benghazi is not a meme" is a meme.

Just so we're clear.
 
2012-10-30 11:44:27 PM
Poor John McCain. I remember when he was considered reasonable by most people and well liked by both parties.

I'm not sure what happened to him.
 
2012-10-30 11:45:35 PM

Genevieve Marie: Poor John McCain. I remember when he was considered reasonable by most people and well liked by both parties.

I'm not sure what happened to him.


I'm not quite sure why. He fought longer than anyone else to stop MLK Day. He's never been a good guy.
 
2012-10-30 11:45:46 PM
i297.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-30 11:52:07 PM
I just watched Game Change. He came across as a great above it all kinda guy, but I'm not sure why he didn't kill his entire staff.
 
2012-10-30 11:53:39 PM

GAT_00: Genevieve Marie: Poor John McCain. I remember when he was considered reasonable by most people and well liked by both parties.

I'm not sure what happened to him.

I'm not quite sure why. He fought longer than anyone else to stop MLK Day. He's never been a good guy.


Huh. Something I did not know.

I think it's that his POW story is so horrible and so compelling. You want to root for someone that survived that. Also, I think there's the assumption that someone who's survived something like that has to have a special strength and resilience.

I just.... really don't care for that guy now.
 
 
2012-10-30 11:54:21 PM
fark this guy. He actually goes and meets with dictators. Thinks they're interesting. I wouldn't take his advice on whether or not to drink a glass of piss.
media.salon.com
 
2012-10-30 11:57:15 PM

Genevieve Marie: Huh. Something I did not know.


I guess 'longer than anyone else' isn't completely fair, since I'm sure people are still against it today, but he was against it until opinion forced his hand. Link
 
2012-10-30 11:58:00 PM

Mixolydian Master: fark this guy. He actually goes and meets with dictators. Thinks they're interesting. I wouldn't take his advice on whether or not to drink a glass of piss.
[media.salon.com image 478x209]


It's "interesting" in the way that "we need to learn how to oppress our own people more efficiently" is something that GOP leaders are interested in.
 
2012-10-31 12:03:00 AM
Keeping it Klassy.
 
2012-10-31 12:07:53 AM
How sad.
 
2012-10-31 12:24:27 AM
He's a farking disgrace and a disappointment.
 
2012-10-31 12:45:22 AM
Doing everything you can to be remembered as a bitter old crank, eh John?
 
2012-10-31 02:04:09 AM

Genevieve Marie: GAT_00: Genevieve Marie: Poor John McCain. I remember when he was considered reasonable by most people and well liked by both parties.

I'm not sure what happened to him.

I'm not quite sure why. He fought longer than anyone else to stop MLK Day. He's never been a good guy.

Huh. Something I did not know.

I think it's that his POW story is so horrible and so compelling. You want to root for someone that survived that. Also, I think there's the assumption that someone who's survived something like that has to have a special strength and resilience.

I just.... really don't care for that guy now.


And then the man went to Vietnam and defended the Bush administration's human rights abuses at Gitmo as necessary to keep us safe when asked about it by a Vietnamese international law student. I was in the room when it happened and besides being the most surreal moment of my life, it was disgraceful on his part. Especially because his next stop was a photo op at Hoa Lo prison.

I can't respect a man who defends prisoner abuse in the country that held him prisoner.
 
2012-10-31 03:46:36 AM
Someone posted a list a while back of all of the attacks on U.S. facilities during the Bush administration. Some of which, if I remember the post correctly, ended in American casualties. Does anyone know what the fark I'm talking about or am I going to have to do actual research?
 
2012-10-31 05:07:07 AM
STOP STICKIN YER FOOT IN YER GOB, McCain!!
 
2012-10-31 05:09:06 AM

Mixolydian Master: fark this guy. He actually goes and meets with dictators. Thinks they're interesting. I wouldn't take his advice on whether or not to drink a glass of piss.
[media.salon.com image 478x209]


It is nice that Launchpad McCain enjoyed a nice meal with a Libyan leader who was complicit at best over the Pan Am 103 bombing, which killed more than 200 Americans.
 
2012-10-31 05:09:52 AM
He's spot on with his assertion of what is happening with the Administration relative to Libya. Obvious statements are obvious to all but the most obstinate, obtuse, recalcitrant, and incorrigible partisan parasites.

But, but....hurr, durr, him bad, him tawking bouts dis at wrongs event, I gnashes teefs at hims!.
 
2012-10-31 05:14:48 AM
Do I even want to know what they imagine President Obama did wrong in Libya?
 
2012-10-31 05:15:55 AM
~40 Americans dead, the East coast is underwater, millions without power, a sizable chunk of America's largest city is devastated - Not worth talking about.

Four Americans who CHOSE to work in a very unstable part of the world die in an 'act of terror' (which somehow differs from a terrorist attack) - WORSE THAN FIFTY NINE ELEVENS!!11!11 despite the fact that many, if not most, of the people involved in the attack have been caught.

/Remind me how many American embassies and consulates were attacked during previous presidencies?
 
2012-10-31 05:16:04 AM

Alphax: Do I even want to know what they imagine President Obama did wrong in Libya?


Presidentin' while black.
 
2012-10-31 05:18:12 AM

Alphax: Do I even want to know what they imagine President Obama did wrong in Libya?


Not order an immediate invasion of Sudan. That's what a Republican would've done!
 
2012-10-31 05:21:53 AM
2008 election is over, Johnny. Do you really want to get pwned in two election seasons in a row?
 
2012-10-31 05:22:33 AM
Man, they're really hammering this Benghazi thing.

Obama needs to get on TV and say something like:

"Yes, four Americans died. We didn't have a realistic way of saving them given the limited knowledge we had at the time. And yes; we didn't know for certain why the mob killed them for several days. It's a tragedy, but not really an avoidable one - it's a violent part of the world right now, and the American government isn't well liked there. Embassy and consulate attacks are gonna happen. You can say "well, they should have had more guards then!", but a) What do you think a few more guards would have accomplished against a mob of 100's armed with AKs? and b) Why would you think a president has any direct input on something as obscure as the number of guards at a small consulate? This Monday morning quarterbacking shiat where you try to use the deaths of American servicemen for political ends is in really, really poor taste".
 
2012-10-31 05:23:01 AM

Alphax: Do I even want to know what they imagine President Obama did wrong in Libya?


Well, beating McCain in the 2008 election, for one. Now, as far as Libya goes, Buildabear Heftybag Fartbambo squandered McCain's golden opportunity to launch a military invasion of Iran, Syria, Egypt, Finland, Trinidad, Tobago, Haiti, North Dakota, Cincinnati, and that biatchy waitress at the Cracker Barrel who refused to bring him extra biscuits.
 
2012-10-31 05:25:57 AM
americanmexorist.files.wordpress.com
My, I bet you monsters lead interesting lives. I said to my girlfriend just the other day - Gee, I'll bet monsters are interesting, I said.

Arizona, lulz
 
2012-10-31 05:27:20 AM
a1.ec-images.myspacecdn.com
 
2012-10-31 05:31:19 AM

djkutch: I just watched Game Change. He came across as a great above it all kinda guy, but I'm not sure why he didn't kill his entire staff.


You should read Game Change. He comes across as the gnarled, bristling cynic that he is. His staff comes off as the Facepalmed Sacrifice to the Blood God.
 
2012-10-31 05:32:39 AM
To think, I probably would have voted for what was once an honorable man. Must be hard to be an also-ran and know that your life is over and you have done nothing but live off the government for your entire adult life.

Shut up John.
 
2012-10-31 05:36:53 AM

stoli n coke: Mixolydian Master: fark this guy. He actually goes and meets with dictators. Thinks they're interesting. I wouldn't take his advice on whether or not to drink a glass of piss.
[media.salon.com image 478x209]

It is nice that Launchpad McCain enjoyed a nice meal with a Libyan leader who was complicit at best over the Pan Am 103 bombing, which killed more than 200 Americans.


For what it's worth, unless I'm confusing him with another bizarre, flamboyant dictator, dude was a total farkin weirdo.
 
2012-10-31 05:40:51 AM
4500 die in neocon oil war: Mission Accomplished!

4 die in attack on embassy: POUTRAGE!!!
 
2012-10-31 05:42:21 AM

doloresonthedottedline: stoli n coke: Mixolydian Master: fark this guy. He actually goes and meets with dictators. Thinks they're interesting. I wouldn't take his advice on whether or not to drink a glass of piss.
[media.salon.com image 478x209]

It is nice that Launchpad McCain enjoyed a nice meal with a Libyan leader who was complicit at best over the Pan Am 103 bombing, which killed more than 200 Americans.

For what it's worth, unless I'm confusing him with another bizarre, flamboyant dictator, dude was a total farkin weirdo.


"Interesting" is another way to say "HOLY farkING shiatBALLS BATMAN THIS shiat IS INSANE"
 
2012-10-31 05:47:00 AM

Bigdogdaddy: To think, I probably would have voted for what was once an honorable man. Must be hard to be an also-ran and know that your life is over and you have done nothing but live off the government for your entire adult life.

Shut up John.


Now, now. He didn't just live off the government his whole life. He also lifed off his heiress mistress-wife after he left that crippled one he was married to.

Although CIndy McCain was hot back in her day. 

Your 7 houses, John. You didn't build those.
 
2012-10-31 05:47:55 AM
Your retirement home: please stay there.
 
2012-10-31 05:48:04 AM
See, if he had won this would NOT have been an issue.

He would have died from the stress -- or a "tragic accident" where he was mysteriously crushed under 281 bags of falling Husky Chow -- by mid-2009. Eventually a French newspaper would have printed a "Who Wore It Better" photo of President Palin and Carla Bruni wearing the same $5,000 pantsuit with the caption "Madame President...more than your poll numbers are sagging" and Sarah would have
nuked every French and Italian city, turning the Mediterranean into a radioactive swamp of death.

This bold act of leadership would not only have prevented Iran from reaching the sea via Syria, but would have rendered much of Libya uninhabitable due to fallout and radiation poisoning. Ergo, no Benghazi consulate attack.
 
2012-10-31 05:51:29 AM

stoli n coke: Bigdogdaddy: To think, I probably would have voted for what was once an honorable man. Must be hard to be an also-ran and know that your life is over and you have done nothing but live off the government for your entire adult life.

Shut up John.

Now, now. He didn't just live off the government his whole life. He also lifed off his heiress mistress-wife after he left that crippled one he was married to.

Although CIndy McCain was hot back in her day. 

Your 7 houses, John. You didn't build those.


NUH-UHHH! DID TOO!1!
 
2012-10-31 06:01:55 AM

Gunther: Man, they're really hammering this Benghazi thing.

Obama needs to get on TV and say something like:

"Yes, four Americans died. We didn't have a realistic way of saving them given the limited knowledge we had at the time. And yes; we didn't know for certain why the mob killed them for several days. It's a tragedy, but not really an avoidable one - it's a violent part of the world right now, and the American government isn't well liked there. Embassy and consulate attacks are gonna happen. You can say "well, they should have had more guards then!", but a) What do you think a few more guards would have accomplished against a mob of 100's armed with AKs? and b) Why would you think a president has any direct input on something as obscure as the number of guards at a small consulate? This Monday morning quarterbacking shiat where you try to use the deaths of American servicemen for political ends is in really, really poor taste".


There is a problem with that..
"They" had real-time video
"They" had access to a AC-130 gunship that was near by
upload.wikimedia.org
"They" denied multiply requests for help for hours.

A United States Ambassador was murdered.

The real question is....who were "They"?

White house?
DoD?
Sec of State?
CIA?

who the fark dropped the ball on this attack? And why?

/my bet...cia
 
2012-10-31 06:05:19 AM
Oh well so maybe a storm relief rally isn't the right place to tell people the truth about Obama when it comes to Libya, but... Yeah, that's the only reason you're whining about it.
 
2012-10-31 06:06:01 AM
Wow that AC130 could have done a farking super job of making a bad situation about 1000 times worse.
 
2012-10-31 06:06:38 AM

Dahnkster: [americanmexorist.files.wordpress.com image 500x373]
My, I bet you monsters lead interesting lives. I said to my girlfriend just the other day - Gee, I'll bet monsters are interesting, I said.

Arizona, lulz


Awesome still and one of my favorite BB cartoons.

/Also, McCain is pathetic.
//Still baffled by the Republican Benghazi angle/attacks.
 
2012-10-31 06:07:12 AM

Summercat: doloresonthedottedline: stoli n coke: Mixolydian Master: fark this guy. He actually goes and meets with dictators. Thinks they're interesting. I wouldn't take his advice on whether or not to drink a glass of piss.
[media.salon.com image 478x209]

It is nice that Launchpad McCain enjoyed a nice meal with a Libyan leader who was complicit at best over the Pan Am 103 bombing, which killed more than 200 Americans.

For what it's worth, unless I'm confusing him with another bizarre, flamboyant dictator, dude was a total farkin weirdo.

"Interesting" is another way to say "HOLY farkING shiatBALLS BATMAN THIS shiat IS INSANE"


Which is probably about the only response McCain could've had. Isn't this the guy who had photo albums dedicated to Condoleeza Rice and wore crazy outfits?
 
2012-10-31 06:08:02 AM
when you absolutely, positively need to kill everything in a small Libyan city
 
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