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2012-11-29 12:41:05 PM
This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.
 
2012-11-29 12:41:51 PM

TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.


No, it's not sad, it's hilarious.
 
2012-11-29 12:41:52 PM
The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?
 
2012-11-29 12:42:26 PM
That was before the War on Vagina.
 
2012-11-29 12:43:19 PM
Please proceed, Republicans.
 
2012-11-29 12:43:28 PM
The usual strategy, if you want to smear someone, is to throw all of your mud at him or her, in the hopes that some of it sticks.

The GOP variation on this strategy is apparently to keep throwing the same single clump of mud, expecting that one piece to stick sooner or later.
 
2012-11-29 12:43:56 PM
yeah but what was the ramifications of that? Nothing compared to Benghazi I assure you. This coverup is earth shattering I tell you. *waves bloody shirt*
 
2012-11-29 12:45:48 PM
Smoking Gun
 
2012-11-29 12:46:39 PM

Crabs_Can_Polevault: The usual strategy, if you want to smear someone, is to throw all of your mud at him or her, in the hopes that some of it sticks.

The GOP variation on this strategy is apparently to keep throwing the same single clump of mud, expecting that one piece to stick sooner or later.


I honestly think this is all they have at this point. Which makes me feel much better about Obama as President; if all they have against him is the birther nonsense and this bullshiat, he must be squeaky clean.
 
2012-11-29 12:46:57 PM

Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?


No, headline was referring to the 1995 NFL Receiving Yards leader Jerry Rice.
 
2012-11-29 12:47:11 PM
But Condi misslead the public to the effect of making the US thirsty for blood. Suzy misslead the public, causing us to respond with measured patience.
Which is worse?
 
2012-11-29 12:47:22 PM
www.historycommons.org
 
2012-11-29 12:48:09 PM

TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.


Is this anything new? It was the same with the whole birther thing, fast and furious, arugula and several others. They don't seem to realize that moderates are turning away from them and the only ones that are still supporting them are the super rich and the mouth breathing idiots that are happy to vote against their own interest because of minorities.
 
2012-11-29 12:48:28 PM

Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?


www.billymeade.com
I'm sorry the video didn't load,
But you could at least read the Headline.
No, it isn't Bush.
 
2012-11-29 12:48:49 PM
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-11-29 12:49:19 PM

bdMurray: But Condi misslead the public to the effect of making the US thirsty for blood. Suzy misslead the public, causing us to respond with measured patience.
Which is worse?


Measured patience doesn't line the pockets of the war industry or make it easy to raise "defense" spending.
 
2012-11-29 12:49:54 PM

Pincy: TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.

No, it's not sad, it's hilarious.


To me it's a little sad. There isn't a voting option for people like me anymore--and that's not really a good thing. I feel like politics at some point was choosing the lesser of two evils. Now the Republican party has just fallen into being openly evil. About everything. Always.
 
2012-11-29 12:50:27 PM
Headline is misleading. Rice University was never a high ranking government official or in line to be Secretary of State. I'll have to check on those "misleading intelligence" and "black woman" claims later.
 
2012-11-29 12:51:43 PM
Ya gotta admit, that's a hell of a coincidence.
 
2012-11-29 12:51:57 PM

thurstonxhowell: Headline is misleading. Rice University was never a high ranking government official or in line to be Secretary of State. I'll have to check on those "misleading intelligence" and "black woman" claims later.


This would be funny if the headline didn't say "last name"
 
2012-11-29 12:52:05 PM
It's a running tragic comedy.
 
2012-11-29 12:52:17 PM
New Republican talking point:

Why did the time-traveling Obama administration force John McCain, Lindsay Graham, and Condoleeza Rice to deliver false information?
 
2012-11-29 12:54:08 PM

bdMurray: But Condi misslead the public to the effect of making the US thirsty for blood. Suzy misslead the public, causing us to respond with measured patience.
Which is worse?


Duh. Thirst for blood always wins over measured patience because apparently that's what the GOP thinks Jesus would've wanted.
 
2012-11-29 12:55:21 PM

TimonC346: I feel like politics at some point was choosing the lesser of two evils. Now the Republican party has just fallen into being openly evil. About everything. Always.


That still leaves you a lesser evil.
 
2012-11-29 12:55:56 PM

Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?


Bush Rice, inventor of genital lice.
 
2012-11-29 12:56:00 PM
I actually look forward to the Benghazi threads. I find it funny asking the right wingers what the problem they have with it and they are unable to explain it.

It's pretty funny.
 
2012-11-29 12:56:59 PM

cameroncrazy1984: This would be funny if the headline didn't say "last name"


I fact-checked this claim. You're lying. It just says "name".
 
2012-11-29 12:57:42 PM
 
2012-11-29 12:58:08 PM
It is a scandal and a travesty that Anne Rice even has access to this kind of information.
 
2012-11-29 12:58:25 PM
The three Obama cabinet members TeaTards have specifically singled out and demanded resignations....


blogs.houstonpress.com

media.washtimes.com

www.washingtonpost.com
 
2012-11-29 12:58:37 PM

Corvus: I actually look forward to the Benghazi threads. I find it funny asking the right wingers what the problem they have with it and they are unable to explain it.

It's pretty funny.


Maybe if they offered you a bogus explanation you would find it more to your liking.
 
2012-11-29 12:58:52 PM
I am still confused why any of this is important.

Who cares if there were uninvolved protesters present or not? That fact is a completely unimportant bit of minutia that had zero impact on the realities of the situation. I don't recall much outrage over the trivialities of previous attacks on Americans. The administration makes a tiny and unimportant mistake that has zero impact on the investigation and response - and the GOP won't let it go. Obama must be literally doing everything right if THIS is all they can come up with.
 
2012-11-29 01:00:09 PM

tinyarena: Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?

[www.billymeade.com image 235x163]
I'm sorry the video didn't load,
But you could at least read the Headline.
No, it isn't Bush.


Why do libs deny Mrs. Bush Rice's involvement in 9/11 and the Iraq? Is it because she's black?
 
2012-11-29 01:00:42 PM
4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?
 
2012-11-29 01:01:08 PM

InmanRoshi: The three Obama cabinet members TeaTards have specifically singled out and demanded resignations....


[blogs.houstonpress.com image 400x426]

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[www.washingtonpost.com image 454x339]


Yes, and odd that the administration would pick the black woman to spread the manure. Hmmm.
 
2012-11-29 01:01:27 PM
i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-11-29 01:02:09 PM

Cletus C.: Corvus: I actually look forward to the Benghazi threads. I find it funny asking the right wingers what the problem they have with it and they are unable to explain it.

It's pretty funny.

Maybe if they offered you a bogus explanation you would find it more to your liking.


Yeah it's all general, when you ask them for specifics, they are unable. Because they don't know what they are.

In fact this video from Daily show made the best argument. I think they cut off what she said a little early.
 
2012-11-29 01:03:06 PM

InmanRoshi: The three Obama cabinet members TeaTards have specifically singled out and demanded resignations....


[blogs.houstonpress.com image 400x426]

[media.washtimes.com image 229x286]

[www.washingtonpost.com image 454x339]


Because STEPHEN CHIU IS INVINCIBLE biatchES
 
2012-11-29 01:03:09 PM

monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?


Well it's not even that bad. The "faulty" information in Benghazi was after the fact the faulty information for Iraq lead us directly to war and the death of 3000+ Americans.
 
2012-11-29 01:04:04 PM
i0.kym-cdn.com

Also found this regarding Milhouse:

cdn.motinetwork.net

Good Times
 
2012-11-29 01:04:42 PM
What I have learned from FOX news this week...

BENGHAZI BENGHAZI BENGHAZI FISCAL CLIFF NORQUIST PLEDGE OBUMMER TAXES JOB CREATORS!!!

And that right there is 24 hours of programming... All the time...
 
2012-11-29 01:06:15 PM

Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?


How convenient, wouldnt want any facts to get in that small Republican brain of yours.
 
2012-11-29 01:07:34 PM

monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?


Even that's not a fair comparison though, the 4 Americans dying in Bengazi was in no way the result of faulty intelligence, it was the explanation of why the attack took place that was faulty.

Thousands died in Iraq as a direct result of faulty intelligence, that's much worse.
 
2012-11-29 01:08:08 PM

InmanRoshi: The three Obama cabinet members TeaTards have specifically singled out and demanded resignations....


[blogs.houstonpress.com image 400x426]

[media.washtimes.com image 229x286]

[www.washingtonpost.com image 454x339]


Isn't interesting how the have no real problem with Hillary Clinton who is actually more responsible for with the security of Benghazi.

Hmmmm, what could it be, why is it they just think those people you listed are incompetent and stupid and a leave a BLACK mark on the Obama Admin while people like Hillary Clinton are left untarnished like a WHITE sheet.

I can't put my finger on it.
 
2012-11-29 01:08:12 PM

NateGrey: Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?

How convenient, wouldnt want any facts to get in that small Republican brain of yours.


When your target demo is 85 year olds likely suffering from some stage of Alzheimers, you have to repeat yourself a lot.
 
2012-11-29 01:08:59 PM
How shiatty is my browser on the work laptop if the video works on an iPhone but not on it.
 
2012-11-29 01:09:34 PM

Crabs_Can_Polevault: The usual strategy, if you want to smear someone, is to throw all of your mud at him or her, in the hopes that some of it sticks.

The GOP variation on this strategy is apparently to keep throwing the same single clump of mud, expecting that one piece to stick sooner or later.



That's exactly what happened with the Whitewater investigations during the Clinton presidency. Three separate investigations found no wrongdoing by the Clintons, and the second special prosecutor they brought on board the fourth investigation after the first guy wasn't getting anywhere eventually found a "high crime or misdemeanor" that they used as a pretext for Clinton's impeachment.

They never did find the Clintons guilty of any wrongdoing with the Whitewater land deal, though $70,000,000.00+ of the taxpayers' money eventually did buy them the right to call Clinton's "the most investigated administration in U.S. History".
 
2012-11-29 01:10:29 PM

Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?


No it was McCain and Lindsey Graham seeming to have two very different standards depending if someone has an R or D next to their name.
 
2012-11-29 01:13:15 PM

Corvus: Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?

No it was McCain and Lindsey Graham seeming to have two very different standards depending if someone has an R or D next to their name.


Well suck my d*ck. Seriously, so many people have called me a Republican I'm suddenly craving man love.

Hypocrisy rules!
 
2012-11-29 01:14:19 PM

Corvus: Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?

No it was McCain and Lindsey Graham seeming to have two very different standards depending if someone has an R or D next to their name.


Waaaaay back I remember reading an article about how Lindsey Graham was this up and comer who was all bipartisan and willing to reach across the aisle, and how he was going places because of his ability to look behind party lines and do what was best for the country.

Apparently he never read that article.
 
2012-11-29 01:16:12 PM

HeartBurnKid: Crabs_Can_Polevault: The usual strategy, if you want to smear someone, is to throw all of your mud at him or her, in the hopes that some of it sticks.

The GOP variation on this strategy is apparently to keep throwing the same single clump of mud, expecting that one piece to stick sooner or later.

I honestly think this is all they have at this point. Which makes me feel much better about Obama as President; if all they have against him is the birther nonsense and this bullshiat, he must be squeaky clean.


What you fail to understand is that Obama is guilty of precisely the same crimes as Team Red and GWB. Team Red media doesn't articulate this because they approve. Every argument made against Obama is calculated to agitate the base, not to elicit change. Fox News, et al. need to keep up appearances with their support base, and to do that they need to hate on the uppidy black guy. It is that simple.
 
2012-11-29 01:16:44 PM

Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?


Probably, seeing a how your descendants for several generations will be reading textbooks that detail the many many failures of Bush and his presidency.

/Not in Texas though. Their textbooks don't require facts.
 
2012-11-29 01:17:16 PM

Crabs_Can_Polevault: The usual strategy, if you want to smear someone, is to throw all of your mud at him or her, in the hopes that some of it sticks.

The GOP variation on this strategy is apparently to keep throwing the same single clump of mud, expecting that one piece to stick sooner or later.


They love sticky fingers...
 
2012-11-29 01:21:24 PM

monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?


the people in Benghazi weren't killed because of faulty intelligence.
the "bad intelligence" was about what had happened.
 
2012-11-29 01:22:07 PM
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2012-11-29 01:26:46 PM

TimonC346: Pincy: TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.

No, it's not sad, it's hilarious.

To me it's a little sad. There isn't a voting option for people like me anymore--and that's not really a good thing. I feel like politics at some point was choosing the lesser of two evils. Now the Republican party has just fallen into being openly evil. About everything. Always.


Nah, it's hilarious and you know why? They are being given the chance to join everyone else in the real world and they're collectively saying "NO! WE DON'T WANT TO!" They shouldn't be feeling all butthurt now that people mock them for the closed-minded fools that they want to be.

I'll be more than happy to give them a chance to get out of the echo chamber. If they refuse, fark 'em and leave them to their fate.
 
2012-11-29 01:27:03 PM

Crabs_Can_Polevault: The GOP variation on this strategy is apparently to keep throwing the same single clump of mud, expecting that one piece to stick sooner or later.


This mental image works. Especially if you imagine John McCain feebly flinging a mud clod, then walking over to pick it up so he can throw it again.

/please proceed
 
2012-11-29 01:27:27 PM
you know there's a perfectly good reason why the CIA decided to go with the "protest" angle on the attack.
they may have put it out there to cause those responsible to either relax and think we were looking in a different direction or hope they come forward to claim responsibility and in doing so expose themselves.
it wouldn't be the first time they put out disinformation to misinform a target.
 
2012-11-29 01:29:58 PM

TimonC346: Pincy: TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.

No, it's not sad, it's hilarious.

To me it's a little sad. There isn't a voting option for people like me anymore--and that's not really a good thing. I feel like politics at some point was choosing the lesser of two evils. Now the Republican party has just fallen into being openly evil. About everything. Always.


Same here. I want two viable parties, not one with a decent leader and a wishy washy ideology vs. one with reprehensible leaders and a despicable ideology...
 
2012-11-29 01:31:26 PM

Hobodeluxe: you know there's a perfectly good reason why the CIA decided to go with the "protest" angle on the attack.
they may have put it out there to cause those responsible to either relax and think we were looking in a different direction or hope they come forward to claim responsibility and in doing so expose themselves.
it wouldn't be the first time they put out disinformation to misinform a target.


And they went to Rice and said "hey, we have some disinformation we'd like you to spread." She said "sure, you think five talk shows is adequate or would you like an op-ed for the New York TImes, as well?"

Is that how it went down?
 
2012-11-29 01:34:14 PM
Republicans are angry because they wanted to make this to be an October Surprise (though it happened in September). They didn't get it thanks the partisanship they've fostered, and now they're crying over spilled milk. They'll be relevant again if/when they start caring about the future.
 
2012-11-29 01:36:15 PM

Cletus C.: Corvus: I actually look forward to the Benghazi threads. I find it funny asking the right wingers what the problem they have with it and they are unable to explain it.

It's pretty funny.

Maybe if they offered you a bogus explanation you would find it more to your liking.


Cletus, you seem sane since the election. Did Romney's loss knock something loose? Are you ready to join us former Republican independents tired of being lied to, interested in country before party?
 
2012-11-29 01:37:30 PM

Cletus C.: Hobodeluxe: you know there's a perfectly good reason why the CIA decided to go with the "protest" angle on the attack.
they may have put it out there to cause those responsible to either relax and think we were looking in a different direction or hope they come forward to claim responsibility and in doing so expose themselves.
it wouldn't be the first time they put out disinformation to misinform a target.

And they went to Rice and said "hey, we have some disinformation we'd like you to spread." She said "sure, you think five talk shows is adequate or would you like an op-ed for the New York TImes, as well?"

Is that how it went down?


Would it matter if it did if it was in the national security interests of the country?
 
2012-11-29 01:39:19 PM

Cletus C.: Hobodeluxe: you know there's a perfectly good reason why the CIA decided to go with the "protest" angle on the attack.
they may have put it out there to cause those responsible to either relax and think we were looking in a different direction or hope they come forward to claim responsibility and in doing so expose themselves.
it wouldn't be the first time they put out disinformation to misinform a target.

And they went to Rice and said "hey, we have some disinformation we'd like you to spread." She said "sure, you think five talk shows is adequate or would you like an op-ed for the New York TImes, as well?"

Is that how it went down?


Probably more like:
BushCo: "Here's the intel. Go disseminate it."
Rice: "Okie-dokie. I trust that you guys would never feed me bullshiat, fully expecting that I would disseminate it to the American public (sometimes at your specific direction, like the op-ed*). Gee, I hope I get an oil tanker named after me someday...

* There's no farking way a sitting SoS pens an op-ed without approval from on high. Not without a resignation and subsequent coal-raking by everyone more famous than your local 7-11 clerk.
 
2012-11-29 01:40:29 PM
"First of all, there's an FBI investigation which is ongoing. And we look to that investigation to give us the definitive word as to what transpired. But putting together the best information that we have available to us today our current assessment is that what happened in Benghazi was in fact initially a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired hours before in Cairo, almost a copycat of-- of the demonstrations against our facility in Cairo, which were prompted, of course, by the video. What we think then transpired in Benghazi is that opportunistic extremist elements came to the consulate as this was unfolding. They came with heavy weapons which unfortunately are readily available in post revolutionary Libya. And it escalated into a much more violent episode. Obviously, that's-- that's our best judgment now. We'll await the results of the investigation."
 
2012-11-29 01:45:17 PM

goatleggedfellow: Republicans are angry because they wanted to make this to be an October Surprise (though it happened in September). They didn't get it thanks the partisanship they've fostered, and now they're crying over spilled milk. They'll be relevant again if/when they start caring about the future.


Right they wanted to turn it into a campaign issues to attack Obama. Now that Obama got re-elected now they are just turning it to fight rice because they have worked themselves into such a frenzy about it.

Isn't it amazing how it magically turned from being Obama's fault to Rice's fault after the election??
 
2012-11-29 01:46:13 PM

Cletus C.: Corvus: Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?

No it was McCain and Lindsey Graham seeming to have two very different standards depending if someone has an R or D next to their name.

Well suck my d*ck. Seriously, so many people have called me a Republican I'm suddenly craving man love.

Hypocrisy rules!


Slow down Nancy! There's no need to kick the closet door down. Just turn the knob and it'll open easily enough. You know how to turn a knob, right?
 
2012-11-29 01:46:56 PM

Cletus C.: Hobodeluxe: you know there's a perfectly good reason why the CIA decided to go with the "protest" angle on the attack.
they may have put it out there to cause those responsible to either relax and think we were looking in a different direction or hope they come forward to claim responsibility and in doing so expose themselves.
it wouldn't be the first time they put out disinformation to misinform a target.

And they went to Rice and said "hey, we have some disinformation we'd like you to spread." She said "sure, you think five talk shows is adequate or would you like an op-ed for the New York TImes, as well?"

Is that how it went down?


Yes, they handed her the unclassified document which is what the expect her to tell everyone with. So for all intents and purposes that is what they did.
 
2012-11-29 01:48:12 PM

More_Like_A_Stain: Cletus C.: Corvus: Cletus C.: The video wouldn't load. Is it Bush?

No it was McCain and Lindsey Graham seeming to have two very different standards depending if someone has an R or D next to their name.

Well suck my d*ck. Seriously, so many people have called me a Republican I'm suddenly craving man love.

Hypocrisy rules!

Slow down Nancy! There's no need to kick the closet door down. Just turn the knob and it'll open easily enough. You know how to turn a knob, right?


I've been pretty open about my knob knowledge but thanks.
 
2012-11-29 01:49:31 PM

Hobodeluxe: you know there's a perfectly good reason why the CIA decided to go with the "protest" angle on the attack.
they may have put it out there to cause those responsible to either relax and think we were looking in a different direction or hope they come forward to claim responsibility and in doing so expose themselves.
it wouldn't be the first time they put out disinformation to misinform a target.


I think they didn't want to add more fuel to the fire that was going on in the middle east mostly.

While people where rioting around the middle east about the US hating Muslims they didn't want to come out and look like they are saying "You dirty Muslims are attacking us again!!". I do think they could have done a better job at it.
 
2012-11-29 01:53:21 PM
Fox News at the moment stating Rice's mistakes go
far beyond Benghazi.
 
2012-11-29 02:01:24 PM

Corvus: Isn't it amazing how it magically turned from being Obama's fault to Rice's fault after the election??


Hmmm.

Obama did say, after the election, "don't blame Rice, blame me."

Republicans have to do the opposite of what Obama says (I think it is part of Norquest's pledge).
 
2012-11-29 02:03:13 PM

TimonC346: It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.


I figured that the GOP would have learned the lessons from the Clinton impeachment, where Bill came out smelling like a rose and they had egg on their face, but they didn't. There's simply no modern evidence giving me reason to feel they'll ever learn from their mistakes. Even if a few of them make comments in interviews about how they need to just cool the antagonism and get to work on working with Fartbama to run the country.

Errant teenagers learn more from their screw-ups than these clowns do. It's baffling that these are grown-ass men and women in positions of power, whether in the actual government or their media.
 
2012-11-29 02:03:56 PM

ongbok: TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.

Is this anything new? It was the same with the whole birther thing, fast and furious, arugula and several others. They don't seem to realize that moderates are turning away from them and the only ones that are still supporting them are the super rich and the mouth breathing idiots that are happy to vote against their own interest because of minorities.


I have a Republican buddy who understands that he is voting against his own interests, but he believes in supply side economics etc and thinks Republicans are better for the country than the Democrats.

I disagree with him, sure, but I admire his integrity.
 
2012-11-29 02:14:27 PM

Tremolo: monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?

Even that's not a fair comparison though, the 4 Americans dying in Bengazi was in no way the result of faulty intelligence, it was the explanation of why the attack took place that was faulty.

Thousands died in Iraq as a direct result of faulty intelligence, that's much worse.


I agree, much worse but I was really looking at this from the Monday morning QB position. Both events are now history but the GOP seems to have a big hard-on for one and has no interest in the other, they just moved on and said "it was about liberating Iraq from an evil dictator.
 
2012-11-29 02:19:04 PM

LarryDan43: Fox News at the moment stating Rice's mistakes go
far beyond Benghazi.


She was the one behind the tragedy at Macho Grande, wasn't she?

/We'll never get over it.
 
2012-11-29 02:20:19 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: "First of all, there's an FBI investigation which is ongoing. And we look to that investigation to give us the definitive word as to what transpired. But putting together the best information that we have available to us today our current assessment is that what happened in Benghazi was in fact initially a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired hours before in Cairo, almost a copycat of-- of the demonstrations against our facility in Cairo, which were prompted, of course, by the video. What we think then transpired in Benghazi is that opportunistic extremist elements came to the consulate as this was unfolding. They came with heavy weapons which unfortunately are readily available in post revolutionary Libya. And it escalated into a much more violent episode. Obviously, that's-- that's our best judgment now. We'll await the results of the investigation."


OMFG...is this what they are squirting in their briefs about??? Is this a direct quote of what she said?

If so, I am about 10x more disgusted over this whole ridiculous fiasco. McCain and Graham should EABOD on the senate floor for this waste of time and tax payer money.
 
2012-11-29 02:23:02 PM

McPoonDanlcrat: OMFG...is this what they are squirting in their briefs about??? Is this a direct quote of what she said?


They're squirting in their briefs because they feel like Obama unfairly targeted a crazed lunatic bigot wingnut as a scapegoat.

This hits close to home with the GOP Base, given that they're all crazed lunatic bigot wingnuts.
 
2012-11-29 02:29:58 PM
Obama had nothing to do with killing Bin Laden, but he is personally responsible for arranging proper security around every US property in the entire middle east.

This is what Republicans actually believe.
 
2012-11-29 02:34:12 PM

McPoonDanlcrat: OMFG...is this what they are squirting in their briefs about??? Is this a direct quote of what she said?


Why do you think they repeatedly STATE that she lied, but NEVER show her saying the lie or quote it?
 
2012-11-29 02:36:11 PM
I, too, am angry that Ambassador Rice's comments resulted in cautious moderation. I DEMAND BLOOD FOR MISSTATEMENTS OF FACT!!!
 
2012-11-29 02:37:54 PM

Corvus: InmanRoshi: The three Obama cabinet members TeaTards have specifically singled out and demanded resignations....


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Isn't interesting how the have no real problem with Hillary Clinton who is actually more responsible for with the security of Benghazi.

Hmmmm, what could it be, why is it they just think those people you listed are incompetent and stupid and a leave a BLACK mark on the Obama Admin while people like Hillary Clinton are left untarnished like a WHITE sheet.

I can't put my finger on it.


It's probably more because Clinton is already resigning in a couple of months, and possibly retiring completely than anything to do with race. Susan Rice, on the other hand, is likely to be promoted and should be sticking around for the foreseeable future.
 
2012-11-29 02:39:23 PM
so, is this president obama's watergate? is issa still farking the chicken that is fast and furious or has he moved on to this chicken?
 
2012-11-29 02:47:31 PM
Hey! Rice is nice, but it's just a grain!
 
2012-11-29 02:54:14 PM

Empty Matchbook: Hey! Rice is nice, but it's just a grain!


If you ever wanted to get tossed from a baseball game that was being umpired by John Rice, all you had to say was "What comes out of a Chinaman's ass?".
 
2012-11-29 02:54:52 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com


R.I.P. Black Rice Spokesperson
 
2012-11-29 02:56:08 PM

Vodka Zombie: LarryDan43: Fox News at the moment stating Rice's mistakes go
far beyond Benghazi.

She was the one behind the tragedy at Macho Grande, wasn't she?

/We'll never get over it.


She took the last cup of coffee and didn't make a new pot.
 
2012-11-29 02:56:21 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: Empty Matchbook: Hey! Rice is nice, but it's just a grain!

If you ever wanted to get tossed from a baseball game that was being umpired by John Rice, all you had to say was "What comes out of a Chinaman's ass?".


thisdistractedglobe.com
We don't say Chinaman, dude.
 
2012-11-29 03:13:35 PM

monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?


No, it wasn't just faulty intelligence. They outright fabricated evidence and lied to us.
 
2012-11-29 03:32:40 PM

InmanRoshi: This hits close to home with the GOP Base, given that they're all crazed lunatic bigot wingnuts.


That's not true at all! They're not all crazed. Wait. Okay, they're not all lunatics. What? Oh, okay. Well, they're not all big...sigh.
 
2012-11-29 03:36:03 PM

A Dark Evil Omen: It is a scandal and a travesty that Anne Rice even has access to this kind of information.


It's a scavesty!
 
2012-11-29 03:36:52 PM

Resin33: ongbok: TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.

Is this anything new? It was the same with the whole birther thing, fast and furious, arugula and several others. They don't seem to realize that moderates are turning away from them and the only ones that are still supporting them are the super rich and the mouth breathing idiots that are happy to vote against their own interest because of minorities.

I have a Republican buddy who understands that he is voting against his own interests, but he believes in supply side economics etc and thinks Republicans are better for the country than the Democrats.

I disagree with him, sure, but I admire his integrity.


True, but it still doesn't help anything. Someone can be kind, gentle, giving, honorable, and have great integrity. However, if their idea's are just plain wrong for the situation they are going to cause more harm than good. Republican idea's have been proven to be wrong time and time again. Seriously, can anyone provide the last time a Republican idea was good and in hindsight is still good for the country? Because I cannot think of even one instance.
 
2012-11-29 03:41:53 PM

Pincy: monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?

No, it wasn't just faulty intelligence. They outright fabricated evidence and lied to us.


There is still the question on how much was known about the threat per-attack and why security was not ramped up. The question of lying or just relayed redacted national security memo has yet to be sorted out.
 
2012-11-29 04:43:07 PM

Representative of the unwashed masses: What I have learned from FOX news this week...

BENGHAZI BENGHAZI BENGHAZI FISCAL CLIFF NORQUIST PLEDGE OBUMMER TAXES JOB CREATORS!!!

And that right there is 24 hours of programming... All the time...


I would be careful watching that shiat if I was you. It really is programming in more than one sense of the word.
 
2012-11-29 05:40:55 PM
It's sad that Stewart can do this bit and get a lot of laughs on it, as in, "wow, you know, that's a really good point, that's funny," instead of "so will his next joke be about the fact that the sky is blue, or water is wet?" It's a joke that should have fallen flat because it's so obvious.

That people like McCain and Graham can do this kind of thing with straight faces, and not be run out of town on a rail, is the best sign I can think of that we're completely farked. Politicians can call for peace one day, and total war the next, and peace on the third, and then insist that on day one, the warmongers were monsters, on day two, the pacifists were traitors, and on day three, the warmongers were truly the greatest threat, truly, and we let it go by.
 
2012-11-29 05:49:17 PM

Neeek:
It's probably more because Clinton is already resigning in a couple of months, and possibly retiring completely than anything to do with race. Susan Rice, on the other hand, is likely to be promoted and should be sticking around for the foreseeable future.


Everybody* agrees that Hilary will be maneuvering to run in 2016. Wouldn't a good scandal on her way out the door really hurt her? 4 years of pretty good foreign policy out the door if they could make it stick.
Instead, they go after somebody that was randomly pointed to and told "Go read this."
If there is insider knowledge that Hilary is retiring for good, I could see them attacking Rice.

*according to that guy on the magic talking box that assured me everyone agrees
 
2012-11-29 06:06:29 PM

LarryDan43: Vodka Zombie: LarryDan43: Fox News at the moment stating Rice's mistakes go
far beyond Benghazi.

She was the one behind the tragedy at Macho Grande, wasn't she?

/We'll never get over it.

She took the last cup of coffee and didn't make a new pot.


She's the one who spread all those rumors about GAT_00
 
2012-11-29 06:38:35 PM

Witty_Retort: If there is insider knowledge that Hilary is retiring for good, I could see them attacking Rice.


I got a hot tip from this little known site, Wikipedia, that Hillary will be 69 years old in 2016. She hasn't been living the cushy California union boss lifestyle like the last 69 year old we elected President, so I'm thinking that might be an issue.

Seriously, it was Hillary's year in 2008 and Obama drank her milkshake. She's been a great SoS, but that will probably be her last major public office. She couldn't do politics better than Bill, maybe she'll try to do philanthropy now?
 
2012-11-29 06:57:01 PM

Pincy: TimonC346: This whole "GET OBAMA OVER BENGHAZI" thing is only marginalizing Republicans as the morons they've become. It's sad only the most devout Republicans (and those in charge) don't seem to see this scandal is hurting them more than it will ever hurt President Obama.

No, it's not sad, it's hilarious.


I also think it's hilarious. The whole thing is straw grasping to major proportions and it's obvious to everyone but them.

I also enjoy egging on the career benghazi trolls that think they are really doing something worthwhile.
I'll be sad when it's over, but I'm sure there is much more where that came from.
 
2012-11-29 07:43:01 PM

impaler: McPoonDanlcrat: OMFG...is this what they are squirting in their briefs about??? Is this a direct quote of what she said?

Why do you think they repeatedly STATE that she lied, but NEVER show her saying the lie or quote it?


THIS!
 
2012-11-30 01:09:19 AM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Ya gotta admit, that's a hell of a coincidence.


Y'all know what they say about "History repeats itself"....

/ ♫ ♪ doo doo doo doo, doo doo doo doo...♫ ♪ (Twilight Zone theme)
// Disclaimer: "TheTwilight Zone" has absolutely NOTHING ZIP NADA BUPKIS to do with "Twilight".
 
2012-11-30 01:33:21 PM

Tremolo: monoski: 4 dead Americans in Libya based on faulty intelligence = outrage

3000+ dead in Iraq based on faulty intelligence = ?

Even that's not a fair comparison though, the 4 Americans dying in Bengazi was in no way the result of faulty intelligence, it was the explanation of why the attack took place that was faulty.

Thousands died in Iraq as a direct result of faulty intelligence, that's much worse.


And the sad reality is... Iraq was not a result of faulty intelligence, but rather, dishonest intelligence. The right's mantra to this day remains "Every intelligence agency in the world thought Iraq had WMD." No, they didn't - and, in particular - our intelligence community didn't think they had.

That's why the Bush administration set up their own intelligence agency inside the Pentagon, the "Office of Special Plans," to cook the intel from our intelligence community and embellish/enhance it, to make it seem more dire.

These ass clowns had been wanting to invade Iraq since Clinton was president - in fact - they tried to persuade him to invade. He told them to buzz off. I believe when Cheney - who was tasked with finding GW a running mate - saw how clueless and pliable W was, he went back to the neocons and said "Our prayers have been answered. This guy will do whatever we tell him. Iraq. Book it. Done."

And then Cheney then put himself forward as the best vice presidential pick. And as he predicted, the pliable GW went along with it. And the rest, as they say, is history.

Now watch this drive.
 
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