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(Guardian)   State Department rejects the Benghazi criticism from its own senior diplomat Gregory Hicks, says he's full of sh*t about his demotion and his views of the event   (guardian.co.uk) divider line 292
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2013-05-09 05:00:06 PM  

CynicalLA: ShadowKamui: CynicalLA: ShadowKamui: The_Gallant_Gallstone: FormlessOne: The more the GOP tries to turn this into a "scandal", the worse they look for the effort. It's fun to watch.

Which is a shame... they should've stuck with Fast and Furious.

Of course, I had my moment of revelation regarding Obama's JAP (Just Another Politician) status years ago during the Sestak/Specter PA Senate seat race.

Honestly between that and HSBC, you can pretty much claim Holder is either the dumbest AG ever or he's being paid off by the Mexican drug cartels.  Either way he needs to be disbarred at a minimum

So no more questions about Benghazi?  You seemed really concerned yesterday.  Just another coward partisan hack.

I'm not the idiot ignoring the actual investigation report that pretty much blamed a bunch of idiot middle managers in Washington and that even Hillary tried to fire cause they screwed up so badly.  They need to be fired and the state department needs to be fixed so something like that can't happen again.  Seriously quit defending utter stupidity/incompetence just cause Obama is their boss.

Yep, worthless partisan hack.  Thanks for confirming.


Actually the report was from the state department itself

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benghazi_attack#State_Department_Accoun ta bility_Review_Board

"Systemic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels within two bureaus of the State Department ... resulted in a special mission security posture that was inadequate for Benghazi and grossly inadequate to deal with the attack that took place,"

So when even the State Department itself is calling out these idiot middle managers, what exactly does that make you when you try to defend them?
 
2013-05-09 05:00:36 PM  
fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net
 
2013-05-09 05:00:39 PM  
So has the president been impeached yet for being black?
 
2013-05-09 05:01:46 PM  

jjorsett: Skanque: The only thing I can think is that security was inadequate at the consulate on that day, a fact that we can blame on republicans who cut the state department budget for embassy security.

And even assuming that to be true, what about the folks who went ahead and put people in there anyway knowing that the security was inadequate? Do they bear any responsibility, or is that reserved for people with (R)  by their names?


1. Cut security funding
2. Wonder why there was inadequate security funding
3. Obama bad

Amazing.
 
2013-05-09 05:01:56 PM  

MisterLoki: Every time there is a Bengazi thread it makes me want a Bengali Tiger IPA. In fact, I think I will have one now.

[i568.photobucket.com image 480x270]


Mmmm, delicious but I'm looking forward to Apollo soon.
 
2013-05-09 05:04:33 PM  
I'm amazed that it's over 6 months later, and there are still people on the right who genuinely believe they are going to "win" this debate.
 
2013-05-09 05:06:46 PM  

jjorsett: Rwa2play: IOW, he's a lying sack of shiat that just torpedoed whatever career plans he had.

But wait, the State Department said it wouldn't retaliate. Are you saying they're lying about that? In your view, what else are they lying about?


I just spent 3 years working with DoS.  At his level, competition is fierce and cuthroat.  He has very Very publicly been non-diplomatic.  I know more than a few DCMs who would have no trouble making their concerns known in a much more effective way.  This is pretty transparently a career transition to fox news analyst or some other role in the GOP.

Also, he curtailed.  FSOs compete for their jobs, and there are not a lot of good jobs at the best of times, but there are No good jobs when you are in the middle of a movement cycle.
 
2013-05-09 05:07:50 PM  
It's been 8 months since the attack on the consulate in Benghazi. During that time, I've seen much rending of garments, gnashing of teeth and foaming at the mouth over the "Benghazi Scandal." Yet I still don't know what the supposed scandal is.

If it's the fact that 4 Americans died on President Obama's watch, including the Ambassador to Libya - That's not a scandal.

Serving as a diplomat or as part of the staff of an embassy or consulate in another country is a dangerous job. People die in the performance of those jobs from time to time. It's been true throughout the history of just about every country that's ever existed, and is particularly true of the USA because there are many people around the world who HATE the United States. It's sad that our diplomats and their staffs are in harm's way, but that's the world we live in. That, however, does not make what happened in Benghazi a scandal.

Can someone, anyone, who claims that something regarding the attack on the consulate in Benghazi is worthy of the title "scandal" please explain what the scandal is? What about the attack in Benghazi and/or the Obama administration's response thereto and thereafter is the scandalous action(s)?

If, however, no one who claims there is a scandal can explain it in simple "here's what happened, here's why it's a scandal" terms, then I'm at a loss to understand your position. If that is the case, then I will continue to believe this is a political game being played with the bodies of dead Americans as props to advance an agenda. Just the possibility that this is the case sickens me. Craven partisanship while using the graves of dead Americans as a dance floor is about as low as anyone can get, even when the dancer is a politician.

So, I reiterate: Can someone, anyone, who claims that something regarding the attack on the consulate in Benghazi is worthy of the title "scandal" please explain what the scandal is? What about the attack in Benghazi and/or the Obama administration's response thereto and thereafter is the scandalous action(s)? I'd like to know. Thanks.
 
2013-05-09 05:07:52 PM  

MisterLoki: Every time there is a Bengazi thread it makes me want a Bengali Tiger IPA. In fact, I think I will have one now.

[i568.photobucket.com image 480x270]



That's the sanest comment about this story I've seen yet.

/Sweet Action man myself
 
2013-05-09 05:10:43 PM  

Lurking Fear: Rwa2play: IOW, he's a lying sack of shiat that just torpedoed whatever career plans he had.

Actually, I think he was auditioning for a position at Fox News. I'd say he passed with flying colors. What a complete piece of shiat.


Well, he won't be working another position for the State Department unless some future politician rewards his service to the Party.
 
2013-05-09 05:12:19 PM  

that was my nickname in highschool: MisterLoki: Every time there is a Bengazi thread it makes me want a Bengali Tiger IPA. In fact, I think I will have one now.

[i568.photobucket.com image 480x270]


That's the sanest comment about this story I've seen yet.

/Sweet Action man myself


I am not a fan of IPAs
 
2013-05-09 05:14:22 PM  

Magorn: And now that we get down to the "meat" of the Benghazi scandal we see what ridiculously thin soup it really is (and how laughable it is that so many on the right want to try to make it out as an impeachment-worthy scandal). In the final analysis, even if what this guy says is absolutely true, what this comes down to is second-guessing a command decision to commit or not commit troops to a combat situation. Sorry, but that's not Congress' purview or really anyone elses' We pay Obama and his executive staff the big bucks precisely because they have to make the hard calls. Would that special forces unit have been able to arrive in time? Were they a sufficent force to face down a rampaging mob? With what casulty rate to themselves? How about to the (at least partially) civilian mob attacking the consulate? What damage would that have done to our relationship with the Libyans which was already badly strained because the CIA once tortured the now-leader or the new Libyan govenrment? and Bluntly were four American lives worth all that?

That the complicated calculus the leaders of the world's most powerful military force has to make every day. And just because you don;t happen to like that decision doesn;t mean it's somehow a "scandal"


And just because you didn't like the decision doesn't mean it was wrong.  Even Hicks says that deploying Special Forces wouldn't have saved the four lives.  That said, what was to be gained by deploying the forces?
 
2013-05-09 05:15:29 PM  

Pick: Wow, Hicks tells the truth and the libs all come unglued like Hillary at a Congressional hearing. Woot!!! I love it.

What a bunch of sore losers. God, I hate Democrats.


2001-09-30?

Wow, you've been laying in wait a LOOOONG time. I must say I admire your sniper-like dedication.
 
2013-05-09 05:15:37 PM  

Pick: Wow, Hicks tells the truth and the libs all come unglued like Hillary at a Congressional hearing. Woot!!! I love it.

What a bunch of sore losers. God, I hate Democrats.


Yes, let your hate flow through you. Your journey to the dark side is almost complete.
 
2013-05-09 05:16:01 PM  
"Ventrell said Hicks enjoyed the same pay and rank as before, and that a temporary post had been found for him pending possible reassignment elsewhere."

If this is confirmed (and it shouldn't be hard to prove that his rank and pay were unchanged), then any claims by this guy that he was demoted can be ignored.  And if he's exaggerating/fabricating such claims, then it casts a whole lot of doubt on his credibility regarding the alleged coverup.

However, this article does for the first time (that I've seen) try to present some plausible motive on the part of the Obama administration: they wanted to cover up Al Qaeda links because it would hurt them in the election.  But if that is what happened (and I'm not saying it is), it seems like awfully small potatoes to me.  Trying to spin circumstances after the incident has happened.  Disturbing and something that shouldn't happen, but...how many people died in diplomatic attacks during the Bush administration again?  And there's no hint of Dubya blowing smoke to make himself look better?  "The world is better off without Saddam"?  That seems like about 1,000,000 times bigger than this, if it's true.
 
2013-05-09 05:18:03 PM  

Buffalo77: [fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net image 550x409]


That image is so meta
 
2013-05-09 05:18:46 PM  

Kibbler: "Ventrell said Hicks enjoyed the same pay and rank as before, and that a temporary post had been found for him pending possible reassignment elsewhere."

If this is confirmed (and it shouldn't be hard to prove that his rank and pay were unchanged), then any claims by this guy that he was demoted can be ignored.  And if he's exaggerating/fabricating such claims, then it casts a whole lot of doubt on his credibility regarding the alleged coverup.

However, this article does for the first time (that I've seen) try to present some plausible motive on the part of the Obama administration: they wanted to cover up Al Qaeda links because it would hurt them in the election.  But if that is what happened (and I'm not saying it is), it seems like awfully small potatoes to me.  Trying to spin circumstances after the incident has happened.  Disturbing and something that shouldn't happen, but...how many people died in diplomatic attacks during the Bush administration again?  And there's no hint of Dubya blowing smoke to make himself look better?  "The world is better off without Saddam"?  That seems like about 1,000,000 times bigger than this, if it's true.


Besides, they said that it was an attack by Al Qaeda a few days after the attack, and before the election. No sure why anyone would think it hurt him in the election.
 
2013-05-09 05:18:48 PM  
Dude sounds like a dickhead contrarian.
 
2013-05-09 05:20:39 PM  

vernonFL: Is Fugazi a Minor Threat?


Now on CSPAN-2: Dirty Rotten Imbeciles
 
2013-05-09 05:20:42 PM  

mrshowrules: Keep in mind however, that the Obama administration actually (despite these 4 deaths) has a pretty farking phenomenal record on diplomatic security by any fair standard.


A good a time as any to post this one:

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2013-05-09 05:21:18 PM  

Pick: What a bunch of sore losers. God, I hate Democrats.


i33.tinypic.com
 
2013-05-09 05:24:20 PM  

Pick: Wow, Hicks tells the truth and the libs all come unglued like Hillary at a Congressional hearing. Woot!!! I love it.

What a bunch of sore losers. God, I hate Democrats.


3/10.  Drive-by threadshiatter.
 
2013-05-09 05:27:27 PM  

theknuckler_33: Cletus C.: Politics doesn't stop with elected officials. Lots of federal government employees think their No. 1 job is to whine, position themselves, suck up, and fire back when things don't go their way. Then, they're punished for that by being "reassigned." But hardly ever cuts in pay with those "demotions." This guy could be one of those types but it's probably true he's being punished for shooting off his mouth.

Maybe there's an opening in the White House travel office where he could ride out his career.

Isn't it kind of tough to call being reassigned 'punishment' when it appears that Hicks himself requested his Libya assignment be shortened?


When you work in government you know a demotion when you see it, usually.
 
2013-05-09 05:28:43 PM  

Buffalo77: [fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net image 550x409]


Wow, that is some seriously impressive projection. IMAX level, even.
 
2013-05-09 05:29:28 PM  

Cletus C.: When you work in government you know a demotion when you see it, usually.


Generally, you know, when a person is actually demoted. Usually.
 
2013-05-09 05:31:34 PM  

El Pachuco: cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: probably true

Based on what evidence?

[a4.ec-images.myspacecdn.com image 200x150]

"Probably true" is a kind of true.


It means I don't know. You don't know. He thinks so. The state department says no. I lean toward the guy who thinks he's being punished. So probably but not certainly. Like I said, getting shoved down the government hierarchy is quite noticeable to those being shoved.
 
2013-05-09 05:35:04 PM  

fusillade762: Pick: Wow, Hicks tells the truth and the libs all come unglued like Hillary at a Congressional hearing. Woot!!! I love it.

What a bunch of sore losers. God, I hate Democrats.

2001-09-30?

Wow, you've been laying in wait a LOOOONG time. I must say I admire your sniper-like dedication.


That was my thought too, as I hit the ignore button.
 
2013-05-09 05:36:09 PM  

Cletus C.: I lean toward the guy who thinks he's being punished.


You lean toward the guy with an axe to grind? Why? I mean, doesn't he have a lot to gain in media exposure and attention if he says that State demoted him? Why would you put more weight on that?
 
2013-05-09 05:37:53 PM  

LordJiro: Buffalo77: [fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net image 550x409]

Wow, that is some seriously impressive projection. IMAX level, even.


projextion is the highst from of patriotic
 
2013-05-09 05:38:26 PM  

Skanque: I keep seeing a lot of right-wing outrage in the comments on various websites about this whole Benghazi thing, but what the hell is the scandal?


Take your pick.

- Was there enough time to scram for help and if so, was the help refused?
- Why did Susan Rice go on 5 different talk shows in the coming weeks and talk about the youtube video?
- Why were people who had information about this bullied into keeping quiet

It is at its core a failure of intel.  we need to know why the intel failed, how this happened and prevent it from happening in the future.  The response we got from then Sec Of State Clinton was: "What does it matter who killed the ambassador, or how they did it?"
 
2013-05-09 05:40:50 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: I lean toward the guy who thinks he's being punished.

You lean toward the guy with an axe to grind? Why? I mean, doesn't he have a lot to gain in media exposure and attention if he says that State demoted him? Why would you put more weight on that?


Just out of curiosity, why do you think he has an axe to grind? And what does he have to gain from all the media exposure?
 
2013-05-09 05:41:36 PM  

DirkValentine: Vodka Zombie: When petty shiat like this starts happening, and we start giving validity on a Congressional level to paranoid and lunatic fantasies, it's hard not to see this country as deserving of a saturation bombing at the hands of one of this planet's much better nations.

We don't deserve this country.


And here I thought I was having a rough day....


Oh man... I'm having a biatch of a day.

Ever have one of those days where you have to explain even the simplest of things to someone? Like how to sharpen a pencil?

Yeah. It's been that since I woke up.
 
2013-05-09 05:41:41 PM  

o5iiawah: Skanque: I keep seeing a lot of right-wing outrage in the comments on various websites about this whole Benghazi thing, but what the hell is the scandal?

Take your pick.

- Was there enough time to scram for help and if so, was the help refused?
- Why did Susan Rice go on 5 different talk shows in the coming weeks and talk about the youtube video?
- Why were people who had information about this bullied into keeping quiet

It is at its core a failure of intel.  we need to know why the intel failed, how this happened and prevent it from happening in the future.  The response we got from then Sec Of State Clinton was: "What does it matter who killed the ambassador, or how they did it?"


All of these questions have been answered several times. Just because you don't get the answer you want doesn't mean there's a scandal.
 
2013-05-09 05:41:50 PM  

Buffalo77: [fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net image 550x409]


'Bout time you got off the troll list and into the void.

*plonk*
 
2013-05-09 05:41:59 PM  

o5iiawah: Skanque: I keep seeing a lot of right-wing outrage in the comments on various websites about this whole Benghazi thing, but what the hell is the scandal?

Take your pick.

- Was there enough time to scram for help and if so, was the help refused?
- Why did Susan Rice go on 5 different talk shows in the coming weeks and talk about the youtube video?
- Why were people who had information about this bullied into keeping quiet

It is at its core a failure of intel.  we need to know why the intel failed, how this happened and prevent it from happening in the future.  The response we got from then Sec Of State Clinton was: "What does it matter who killed the ambassador, or how they did it?"


Partisan hack detected.
 
2013-05-09 05:42:20 PM  

DubyaHater: So has the president been impeached yet for being black?


No, but the Republicans are vastly improving the sex life of chickens.
 
2013-05-09 05:42:29 PM  

Cletus C.: cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: I lean toward the guy who thinks he's being punished.

You lean toward the guy with an axe to grind? Why? I mean, doesn't he have a lot to gain in media exposure and attention if he says that State demoted him? Why would you put more weight on that?

Just out of curiosity, why do you think he has an axe to grind? And what does he have to gain from all the media exposure?


A nice cushy job. It's clear he's not happy with his current State Department gig. He thinks he's been passed over for promotion. Pretty clear axe to grind, here. Again, why do you lean more toward him than toward State?
 
2013-05-09 05:43:59 PM  

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Can we make that the tag, please? That's just brilliant.
 
2013-05-09 05:45:00 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: o5iiawah: Skanque: I keep seeing a lot of right-wing outrage in the comments on various websites about this whole Benghazi thing, but what the hell is the scandal?

Take your pick.

- Was there enough time to scram for help and if so, was the help refused?
- Why did Susan Rice go on 5 different talk shows in the coming weeks and talk about the youtube video?
- Why were people who had information about this bullied into keeping quiet

It is at its core a failure of intel.  we need to know why the intel failed, how this happened and prevent it from happening in the future.  The response we got from then Sec Of State Clinton was: "What does it matter who killed the ambassador, or how they did it?"

All of these questions have been answered several times. Just because you don't get the answer you want doesn't mean there's a scandal.


Actually I'd like to know who was bullied into keeping quiet.
 
2013-05-09 05:45:32 PM  

Fart_Machine: Actually I'd like to know who was bullied into keeping quiet


None. The answer is none more people.
 
2013-05-09 05:48:22 PM  

Cletus C.: cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: I lean toward the guy who thinks he's being punished.

You lean toward the guy with an axe to grind? Why? I mean, doesn't he have a lot to gain in media exposure and attention if he says that State demoted him? Why would you put more weight on that?

Just out of curiosity, why do you think he has an axe to grind? And what does he have to gain from all the media exposure?


I'll bet this guy has a book deal it the works.
 
2013-05-09 05:50:28 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: I lean toward the guy who thinks he's being punished.

You lean toward the guy with an axe to grind? Why? I mean, doesn't he have a lot to gain in media exposure and attention if he says that State demoted him? Why would you put more weight on that?

Just out of curiosity, why do you think he has an axe to grind? And what does he have to gain from all the media exposure?

A nice cushy job. It's clear he's not happy with his current State Department gig. He thinks he's been passed over for promotion. Pretty clear axe to grind, here. Again, why do you lean more toward him than toward State?


Media exposure gets him a nice cushy job? Not sure how that works. Considering the nature of that exposure, the cushy job likely isn't within government. He's not happy with the job the state department gave him when he bugged out of Libya. He thinks it's retribution for being a dissenting voice out of the department. I spent some time in government and it sounds likely. But maybe not. But yes, I lean toward the former.
 
2013-05-09 05:51:26 PM  

Wooly Bully: vernonFL: Is Fugazi a Minor Threat?

Now on CSPAN-2: Dirty Rotten Imbeciles


A bunch of Dicks keep trying to make it a Government Issue, but mostly its DOA.

/um, SS Decontrol
 
2013-05-09 05:51:57 PM  

Buffalo77: [fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net image 550x409]


That's amusing considering the repeated efforts of Republicans to turn Benghazi into a scandal despite the facts that have thwarted every attempt.
 
2013-05-09 05:52:44 PM  

Cletus C.: Media exposure gets him a nice cushy job? Not sure how that works. Considering the nature of that exposure, the cushy job likely isn't within government


No sh*t Sherlock. If only there was a media arm that agrees with his Benghazi conspiracy theory. If only there was some media company or companies that employed former disgruntled government employees such as Oliver North. Can you think of a place like that where Hicks could get a job? One that, maybe, doesn't care so much about the truth? Maybe if you wrack your brain REALLY HARD you can come up with some obscure network he can get a job with.

Also, you still haven't said what you think the demotion was and why you lean more toward Hicks than toward State.
 
2013-05-09 05:54:27 PM  

o5iiawah: Skanque: I keep seeing a lot of right-wing outrage in the comments on various websites about this whole Benghazi thing, but what the hell is the scandal?

Take your pick.

- Was there enough time to scram for help and if so, was the help refused?
- Why did Susan Rice go on 5 different talk shows in the coming weeks and talk about the youtube video?
- Why were people who had information about this bullied into keeping quiet

It is at its core a failure of intel.  we need to know why the intel failed, how this happened and prevent it from happening in the future.  The response we got from then Sec Of State Clinton was: "What does it matter who killed the ambassador, or how they did it?"


The one thing I really don't understand is, if the "cover up" was the fact that it was an attack instead of a protest, the White House stated directly a few days after that it was an attack and not a protest. The point of a cover up is to not make the truth known. If the truth is now known, then why is this an issue? The fact that it was a few days later is not relevant. You think if the administration or the State Department would want to cover up the fact that it was an attack, they would still stick to the story that it was a protest and not directly say it was an attack.

As stated in sworn testimony, any planes, troops or other assets were too far away to make any difference.

Face it, there is no cover up or scandal.
 
2013-05-09 05:55:18 PM  

ShadowKamui: CynicalLA: ShadowKamui: CynicalLA: ShadowKamui: The_Gallant_Gallstone: FormlessOne: The more the GOP tries to turn this into a "scandal", the worse they look for the effort. It's fun to watch.

Which is a shame... they should've stuck with Fast and Furious.

Of course, I had my moment of revelation regarding Obama's JAP (Just Another Politician) status years ago during the Sestak/Specter PA Senate seat race.

Honestly between that and HSBC, you can pretty much claim Holder is either the dumbest AG ever or he's being paid off by the Mexican drug cartels.  Either way he needs to be disbarred at a minimum

So no more questions about Benghazi?  You seemed really concerned yesterday.  Just another coward partisan hack.

I'm not the idiot ignoring the actual investigation report that pretty much blamed a bunch of idiot middle managers in Washington and that even Hillary tried to fire cause they screwed up so badly.  They need to be fired and the state department needs to be fixed so something like that can't happen again.  Seriously quit defending utter stupidity/incompetence just cause Obama is their boss.

Yep, worthless partisan hack.  Thanks for confirming.

Actually the report was from the state department itself

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benghazi_attack#State_Department_Accoun ta bility_Review_Board

"Systemic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels within two bureaus of the State Department ... resulted in a special mission security posture that was inadequate for Benghazi and grossly inadequate to deal with the attack that took place,"

So when even the State Department itself is calling out these idiot middle managers, what exactly does that make you when you try to defend them?


Is anyone actually trying to defend the middle managers who did legitimately screw up? I've yet to see anybody do that, personally.
 
2013-05-09 05:55:27 PM  

Cletus C.: Media exposure gets him a nice cushy job? Not sure how that works.


I'm sure Joe the Plumber could give him some pointers.
 
2013-05-09 05:55:36 PM  

Ben Ghazi: Hey, guys. I heard someone wanted to talk about me. What's up?


 very Nice.
 
2013-05-09 05:56:50 PM  

Cletus C.: Media exposure gets him a nice cushy job? Not sure how that works. Considering the nature of that exposure, the cushy job likely isn't within government.


True. It could be somewhere else though...

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