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(The Raw Story)   Juan Williams to Fox News hosts: Shut the fark up about Benghazi   (rawstory.com) divider line 458
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2013-09-08 12:35:41 PM
The circle of idiots who think that Benghazi is a major scandal is getting smaller and smaller.
 
2013-09-08 12:57:43 PM
Soon it'll be one guy screaming BENGHAZI!!1! in a mirror.
 
2013-09-08 12:58:57 PM
"It's gone, baby," Williams quipped. "It's in your head. That's about the only place."

Well done.
 
2013-09-08 01:03:04 PM
Is Juan Williams a scandal yet?
 
2013-09-08 01:10:57 PM
"And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.
 
2013-09-08 01:14:07 PM
We don't who is responsible for lying to the American people!" Rove yelled. "You may be comfortable with the American people being told a deliberate lie by the administration, but I'm not. And I think we need to get to the bottom of it."

Karl Rove concerned that the American people were lied to, well when it wasn't done by a Republican I suppose he is against it.
 
2013-09-08 01:18:53 PM
Just tried watching the video and Farking fark, all upset that one year has gone by and no one has been arrested, was Fox News upset on the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh year anniversaries of 9/11  under Bush that Osama was still out there?
 
2013-09-08 01:19:08 PM

SkinnyHead: If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.


You just go ahead and run with that. I'm sure you'll sway lots of votes.
 
2013-09-08 01:20:37 PM
Rove's cracks just keep getting bigger and bigger...

I can't wait till he goes full on batshiat and attacks someone on a live feed

And I have my fingers crossed that it's one of the FOx and Friends.
 
2013-09-08 01:22:32 PM

SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.


Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.
 
2013-09-08 01:24:55 PM

spongeboob: We don't who is responsible for lying to the American people!" Rove yelled. "You may be comfortable with the American people being told a deliberate lie by the administration, but I'm not. And I think we need to get to the bottom of it."

Karl Rove concerned that the American people were lied to, well when it wasn't done by a Republican I suppose he is against it.


Yeah, I'm just... yeah.
 
2013-09-08 01:32:33 PM
Did anyone miss the "Deep Thoughts"?
 
2013-09-08 01:47:24 PM

spongeboob: SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.

Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.


If Hillary runs for president, GOP should certainly hammer her on her failure in Benghazi and her dishonesty in the aftermath.  The fact that liberals keep trying to warn GOP against going there is reason enough.  You can usually tell when your opponent has a sore spot.  They scream when you kick them there.
 
2013-09-08 01:50:20 PM

SkinnyHead: spongeboob: SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.

Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.

If Hillary runs for president, GOP should certainly hammer her on her failure in Benghazi and her dishonesty in the aftermath.  The fact that liberals keep trying to warn GOP against going there is reason enough.  You can usually tell when your opponent has a sore spot.  They scream when you kick them there.


Less screaming, more laughing.
 
2013-09-08 01:56:29 PM
www.rawstory.com
//fark you, rawstory, and the pop-up you rode in on!
 
2013-09-08 02:01:20 PM

SkinnyHead: spongeboob: SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.

Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.

If Hillary runs for president, GOP should certainly hammer her on her failure in Benghazi and her dishonesty in the aftermath.  The fact that liberals keep trying to warn GOP against going there is reason enough.  You can usually tell when your opponent has a sore spot.  They scream when you kick them there.


What was the Benghazi scandal again?
gkrouse.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-09-08 02:05:15 PM
It's always Juan thing or another on FNC. Duh.
 
2013-09-08 02:08:26 PM

Kittypie070: Soon it'll be one guy screaming BENGHAZI!!1! in a mirror.


www.blog.ispygolf.com
 
2013-09-08 02:15:25 PM

SkinnyHead: spongeboob: SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.

Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.

If Hillary runs for president, GOP should certainly hammer her on her failure in Benghazi and her dishonesty in the aftermath.  The fact that liberals keep trying to warn GOP against going there is reason enough.  You can usually tell when your opponent has a sore spot.  They scream when you kick them there.


Dude, on Wednesday it'll be a year. It's not going to happen.
 
2013-09-08 02:22:37 PM
Mr. Hume, at one time, had integrity.  Apparently that went away when he became wealthy.
 
2013-09-08 02:28:16 PM
The political move the right pulled with Benghazi was pretty deft. They blatantly and shamelessly politicized the deaths of four Americans. They used it to first try to win an election and, when that didn't work, to try to discredit their perceived biggest threat in the next presidential election.

The most amazing thing is that despite the amazingly crass path that they took, they still have controlled the patriotic high ground. Whenever someone from the left tries to dismiss Benghazi as the domain of conspiracy theorists, they spew forth righteous indignation. "OH, I GUESS THE DEATHS OF FOUR AMERICANS IS NOT IMPORTANT TO YOU OR TO HUSSEIN OBAMA!" It's like they're playing with a two-headed quarter.
 
2013-09-08 02:29:15 PM

SkinnyHead: spongeboob: SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.

Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.

If Hillary runs for president, GOP should certainly hammer her on her failure in Benghazi and her dishonesty in the aftermath.  The fact that liberals keep trying to warn GOP against going there is reason enough.  You can usually tell when your opponent has a sore spot.  They scream when you kick them there.


My hope is that the GOP keeps repeating Benghazi this and Benghazi that and then Hillary doesn't even run.

Libby me would love that.
 
2013-09-08 02:31:44 PM

spongeboob: SkinnyHead: spongeboob: SkinnyHead: "And I do think that some Republicans - I'm not saying all - are trying to use this as a weapon against Hillary Clinton," he added.

Why shouldn't it be used against her?  If she runs for president, her failure as Secretary of State and her role in the scandal should be fair game.

Doesn't the public have to accept that there actually is a scandal for it to have traction against her?
Does the public see it as a scandal?
I think anyone who believes Benghazi is a scandal already isn't going to vote for Hillary, but go ahead it is your party and you can cry Benghazi if you want too.

If Hillary runs for president, GOP should certainly hammer her on her failure in Benghazi and her dishonesty in the aftermath.  The fact that liberals keep trying to warn GOP against going there is reason enough.  You can usually tell when your opponent has a sore spot.  They scream when you kick them there.

My hope is that the GOP keeps repeating Benghazi this and Benghazi that and then Hillary doesn't even run.

Libby me would love that.


Would be fun. Still don't expect her to run.
 
2013-09-08 02:45:56 PM
What is this Benghazi? Is this a thing now?

/never keep up with the fads
 
2013-09-08 02:49:35 PM
There were good questions to ask about Benghazi, but the Republican Party so quickly and clumsily politicized this that a serious investigation became impossible, because the Republicans simply wanted to ask "How can we hurt Obama with this?" They aren't even an effective opposition party.
 
2013-09-08 02:49:50 PM
Juan Williams, he does all the music for Señor Steven Spielbergo's films.
 
2013-09-08 02:57:15 PM

Mugato: Dude, on Wednesday it'll be a year. It's not going to happen.


The more time that goes by, the worse it becomes.  Last year, Obama vowed to bring the killers to justice.  It's been a year, what's the delay?
 
2013-09-08 03:08:34 PM

SkinnyHead: Mugato: Dude, on Wednesday it'll be a year. It's not going to happen.

The more time that goes by, the worse it becomes.  Last year, Obama vowed to bring the killers to justice.  It's been a year, what's the delay?


Bush got re-elected after ignoring bin Laden for 3 years, I don't exactly see people rioting in the streets over Obama's failure to nab some random Egyptian thugs.
 
2013-09-08 03:15:15 PM
I think he's right, but it's odd his name appearing favorably in an article at rawstory, because I vaguely remember when we had always been at war with Juan Williams.
 
2013-09-08 03:17:53 PM
"The death of four Americans and why they were allowed to die and no one went to their aid is not in the weeds, with all due respect, Juan! It's not in the weeds!"

'in the weeds'?  Is that some idiom I've never encountered before, or has Karl Rove's brain finally abandoned ship?
 
2013-09-08 03:19:45 PM

RoyBatty: I think he's right, but it's odd his name appearing favorably in an article at rawstory, because I vaguely remember when we had always been at war with Juan Williams.


He used to be a journalist.
 
2013-09-08 03:20:49 PM

panfried: [www.rawstory.com image 850x354]
//fark you, rawstory, and the pop-up you rode in on!


Nothing I do can block that biatch thing and I despise Opera for its ugly interface.
 
2013-09-08 03:21:45 PM

jake_lex: There were good questions to ask about Benghazi, but the Republican Party so quickly and clumsily politicized this that a serious investigation became impossible, because the Republicans simply wanted to ask "How can we hurt Obama with this?" They aren't even an effective opposition party.


So what are the good questions to ask about Benghazi?
 
2013-09-08 03:24:41 PM

Karac: "The death of four Americans and why they were allowed to die and no one went to their aid is not in the weeds, with all due respect, Juan! It's not in the weeds!"

'in the weeds'?  Is that some idiom I've never encountered before, or has Karl Rove's brain finally abandoned ship?


I would have thought it to be a baseball or maybe golfing metaphor meaning lost, but well, discussion here:  http://itre.cis.upenn.edu/~myl/languagelog/archives/003123.html
 
2013-09-08 03:25:26 PM

Kittypie070: Soon it'll be one guy screaming BENGHAZI!!1! in a mirror.


Probably this guy, by the looks of it.
 
2013-09-08 03:25:55 PM
*tangles self hopelessly in entire unwound ball of string*
 
2013-09-08 03:27:22 PM

Mugato: SkinnyHead: Mugato: Dude, on Wednesday it'll be a year. It's not going to happen.

The more time that goes by, the worse it becomes.  Last year, Obama vowed to bring the killers to justice.  It's been a year, what's the delay?

Bush got re-elected after ignoring bin Laden for 3 years, I don't exactly see people rioting in the streets over Obama's failure to nab some random Egyptian thugs.


Comparing the failings of Bush to the failures of Obama are like comparing the failings of the sports team you hate against the failings of the sports team you worship. Oh SURE Rex Ryan is a terrible coach, but he was nothing compared to Andy Reid!

Moral of story: if you start treating your political party like a sports team, your argument is invalid. Period.
 
2013-09-08 03:27:32 PM

Karac: "The death of four Americans and why they were allowed to die and no one went to their aid is not in the weeds, with all due respect, Juan! It's not in the weeds!"

'in the weeds'?  Is that some idiom I've never encountered before, or has Karl Rove's brain finally abandoned ship?


Not sure what a waiter serving too many people has to do with Benghazi according to Urban Dictionary that's what that means and every other definition I can find on Google.
 
2013-09-08 03:28:29 PM
Broken clock right twice a day syndrome. But i bet Juan Williams is still terrified of the Muslim looking person(s) flying on the same planes as he does, because all Muslims are terrorist.

If he had any integrity, he'd leave Fox News.
 
2013-09-08 03:28:52 PM
Yeah thanks Cruz.
 
2013-09-08 03:30:27 PM
I read that as Juan Cole and thought "Well, duh.  That's totally what I'd expect from him, but why was he on Fox?  They hate that guy."

And for Kitty:

www.freemalaysiatoday.com
 
2013-09-08 03:30:56 PM
While I agree with him on this generally I say "Screw you Juan Williams you Fox News toady."
 
2013-09-08 03:31:37 PM
I heard if you say "Benghazi" three times in the mirror at exactly 1200 midnight, Obama will come to your house with a bucket popeyes.
 
2013-09-08 03:33:38 PM
This can't be the same guy, right?  Surely TFA was talking about some OTHER Karl Rove, not Karl "Turd Blossom" Rove of the W. Bush administration.

Turd Blossom never for even a second gave two shiats about the government lying or Americans getting killed.


/This disgrace of a human being needs to die-- preferably in some way that is very slow and very painful.
 
2013-09-08 03:33:52 PM

Shostie: Is Juan Williams a scandal yet?


Yes. Remember NPR fired him because he want on FOXNews.
 
2013-09-08 03:33:58 PM

Britney Spear's Speculum: I heard if you say "Benghazi" three times in the mirror at exactly 1200 midnight, Obama will come to your house with a bucket popeyes.


That's a myth. It's KFC.
 
2013-09-08 03:34:34 PM

spongeboob: jake_lex: There were good questions to ask about Benghazi, but the Republican Party so quickly and clumsily politicized this that a serious investigation became impossible, because the Republicans simply wanted to ask "How can we hurt Obama with this?" They aren't even an effective opposition party.

So what are the good questions to ask about Benghazi?


Was the CIA using a US Embassy to smuggle weapons to Islamist radicals to create terrorism in Syria?
 
2013-09-08 03:34:51 PM
vygramul: That's a myth. It's KfarkFC instead of Popeyes?  Thanks Obama.
 
2013-09-08 03:35:30 PM
KARL ROVE said: "We don't (know) who is responsible for lying to the American people!" Rove yelled. "You may be comfortable with the American people being told a deliberate lie by the administration, but I'm not. And I think we need to get to the bottom of it."

How did his head not immediately explode after that statement?

Juan is probably really regretting joining these dumbfarks about now, but that's the hand he drew.
 
2013-09-08 03:35:39 PM
woah that didn't format properly.
 
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