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(The New York Times)   NY Times releases comprehensive report on Benghazi, still not a scandal   (nytimes.com) divider line 312
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2013-12-28 04:50:54 PM
www.skyscanner.net
 
2013-12-28 05:13:31 PM
Still?! I don't think they're trying hard enough.
 
2013-12-28 05:27:27 PM
Issa immediately calls for hearings
 
2013-12-28 05:29:32 PM
Obama committed manslaughter by not nuking Libya as required by Republican Jesus. IMPEACH HIM
 
2013-12-28 05:36:40 PM
imageshack.com
 
2013-12-28 05:42:12 PM
Later that day, Mr. Stevens was dead, killed with three other Americans in Benghazi in the most significant attack on United States property in 11 years, since Sept. 11, 2001.

Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

gkrouse.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-12-28 05:47:57 PM
The violence, though, also had spontaneous elements. Anger at the video motivated the initial attack. Dozens of people joined in, some of them provoked by the video and others responding to fast-spreading false rumors that guards inside the American compound had shot Libyan protesters.

B...b..but Susan Rice is blacklied!
 
2013-12-28 05:49:32 PM

fusillade762: Later that day, Mr. Stevens was dead, killed with three other Americans in Benghazi in the most significant attack on United States property in 11 years, since Sept. 11, 2001.

Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.


But the Liberal Media!
 
2013-12-28 05:53:30 PM
You expect the NYT to come down hard on a Democratic administration? Whatever you're smoking, pass it over here.
 
2013-12-28 05:54:59 PM

fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.


Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.
 
2013-12-28 05:54:59 PM

GentlemanJ: You expect the NYT to come down hard on a Democratic administration? Whatever you're smoking, pass it over here.


Yup it's a conspiracy!
 
2013-12-28 05:55:21 PM
FTFA:  And contrary to claims by some members of Congress, it was fueled in large part by anger at an American-made video denigrating Islam.

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2013-12-28 05:55:47 PM

GentlemanJ: You expect the NYT to come down hard on a Democratic administration? Whatever you're smoking, pass it over here.


No, you've had enough if you think the NYT is in any way liberal.
 
2013-12-28 05:56:05 PM

fusillade762: Later that day, Mr. Stevens was dead, killed with three other Americans in Benghazi in the most significant attack on United States property in 11 years, since Sept. 11, 2001.

Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

[gkrouse.files.wordpress.com image 640x341]


But they killed people back then because "they hated our freedoms" not they are doing it because Obama is a "weak leader", don't you understand that?
 
2013-12-28 05:56:10 PM

Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.


Yup they weren't Americans so fark em right?
 
2013-12-28 05:56:57 PM

Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.


Those dead people's lives are worth less to you because they aren't Americans?
 
2013-12-28 05:58:35 PM

Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.


In other news, dead people who aren't American are an "irrelevant detail."
 
2013-12-28 05:58:45 PM

Mrbogey: Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right?


I can't even name the victims of the Benghazi attack.
 
2013-12-28 05:59:13 PM

Serious Black: Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.

Those dead people's lives are worth less to you because they aren't Americans?


Sure. And it also happened under a Republican President.
 
2013-12-28 06:00:40 PM

fusillade762: Later that day, Mr. Stevens was dead, killed with three other Americans in Benghazi in the most significant attack on United States property in 11 years, since Sept. 11, 2001.

Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.


Yeah I stopped reading right there.
 
2013-12-28 06:03:04 PM
Ehh, the fact that it's not a scandal only matters to those who deal with facts.
 
2013-12-28 06:03:16 PM
www.bitlogic.com
 
2013-12-28 06:07:29 PM

fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.


To be fair none of those actually had the ambassador die in the attack.
 
2013-12-28 06:08:15 PM
look let's all agree, there was intel that might have prevented 9/11 but it's handling was botched. then Bush farked up at tora bora. he then compound that in a huge way with the "WMD" lie and the total and abject failure of the Iraq war.

so 4 Americans died in an attack in Libya and now Obama is the worst president ever. GET farkING REAL.
 
2013-12-28 06:09:14 PM
That's my bag of chips.  That's a soda.  I would've made something better for dinner, but I didn't have time BECAUSE I WAS TRYING TO GET OBAMA IMPEACHED FOR YOU ASSHOLES.

/still funniest fundie meltdown ever.
 
2013-12-28 06:09:14 PM

Madewithrealbitsofpanther: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

To be fair none of those actually had the ambassador die in the attack.


Oh, I see, it has to have a specific person die in order to be "significant."
 
2013-12-28 06:09:21 PM
 
2013-12-28 06:09:31 PM

fusillade762: gkrouse.files.wordpress.com


"Benghazi cannot and will not be attacked.  It is the Titanic of the Middle Eastern world.  It is unsinkable.  In-fact, I am so confident that Benghazi will not be attacked, that if Benghazi is attacked, I will personally impeach myself.  Leaders hold themselves responsible for their actions." - Barack Obama, at a planned press conference, roughly seven minutes before a coordinated attack on Benghazi caused over 1,500 deaths.

See how ridiculous you sound?
 
2013-12-28 06:09:43 PM
Right.  If an ambassador had died, Republicans would have lined up to condemn Bush.  Investigations would have been held, and impeachment proceedings would have commenced as soon as the findings came in, right?
 
2013-12-28 06:10:36 PM

Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.


Yes, the fact that the people killed in those attacks were not Americans is irrelevant.  When allies, especially allied civilians, are being killed in attacks on US installations and personnel, it's a big farking deal.  I know mouth-breathers like you believe in your heart of hearts that America could do just fine without the rest of the world, so fark 'em all, but you're wrong.  For the continued success of our country, we need allies around the world, which means we need to give a farking shiat when people pissed off at us end up killing people we're allied with.  Not to mention the fact that caring about people getting killed is the decent human farking thing to do, you miserable piece of shiat.
 
2013-12-28 06:11:46 PM

Madewithrealbitsofpanther: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

To be fair none of those actually had the ambassador die in the attack.


How many lives is one ambassador worth? How many people have to die to say "yes, this event is equally tragic as Benghazi"? Is this Benghazi a "scandal" because it's Obama at the helm, or because the critics care about the people who died?
 
2013-12-28 06:12:12 PM

Fart_Machine: Yup they weren't Americans so fark em right?


Name one of them without using a google search.

Serious Black: Those dead people's lives are worth less to you because they aren't Americans?


A foreigner killing a foreigner in a foreign land isn't a major issue to America. Should we hold Congressional hearings over the mall attack from earlier this year or is it really not our concern?
 
2013-12-28 06:13:24 PM

Serious Black: Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.

Those dead people's lives are worth less to you because they aren't Americans?


I think it perfectly sums up the Republican mentality. Those people may have had families, a spouse, kids that depended on them, but they weren't Americans so they are not important.

I wonder if he would consider himself "pro-life"?
 
2013-12-28 06:13:49 PM
NY Times releases comprehensive report on Benghazi....

www.simpsoncrazy.com

...still not a scandal

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-12-28 06:14:32 PM

Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.


o_O
 
2013-12-28 06:14:38 PM

Mrbogey: fusillade762: Tell a lie often enough and it becomes accepted as the truth.

Good example you gave.

Since those were all "more significant" than the Benghazi attack you'll certainly name the victims of the attacks, right? At the very least you'll regale us with a summary of each of them without having to resort to google, right? Ah, yes, that's right... you won't.

That those attacks were mostly failures that killed innocent bystanders with no Americans dead, except for one targeted assassination attack, is an irrelevant detail to you. They simply weren't major incidents.

But hey, you believe your bull, so you got that going for ya.


well thats pretty heartless, but a least you just come out and say that you think american lives are more valuable than others.  I mean there's nothing respectable about your position, and by extension you, but at least you don't hide your reprehensibly selfish nature.
 
2013-12-28 06:17:03 PM
The Obama administration has blood on its hands and no amount of whitewashing will get rid of the stains.
 
2013-12-28 06:18:30 PM

Mrbogey: Fart_Machine: Yup they weren't Americans so fark em right?

Name one of them without using a google search.

Serious Black: Those dead people's lives are worth less to you because they aren't Americans?

A foreigner killing a foreigner in a foreign land isn't a major issue to America. Should we hold Congressional hearings over the mall attack from earlier this year or is it really not our concern?


So where was the outrage over Beirut? 240 some Americans died because foreigners drove a truck into their barracks and blew it up in a suicide VBIED attack.
 
2013-12-28 06:19:10 PM
still not a scandal

OK. So, there's no reason for you to whine when it gets talked about during the upcoming election season then.

It's just stuff that doesn't matter. So, you won't be wasting any time addressing it. Right? Yeah.
 
2013-12-28 06:19:37 PM

Mrbogey: Fart_Machine: Yup they weren't Americans so fark em right?

Name one of them without using a google search.


Name one person who died in the 9/11/2001 WTC attack without using a Google search.  If you can't that must mean the attack wasn't particularly significant, right?
 
2013-12-28 06:21:46 PM

artifishy: I think it perfectly sums up the Republican mentality. Those people may have had families, a spouse, kids that depended on them, but they weren't Americans so they are not important.

I wonder if he would consider himself "pro-life"?


I think your reply perfectly sums up the Democrat mindset. These people are dead and their death is useful to you. So you have to exploit it even though you're not personally invested in them as anything other than a statistic. You refuse to admit this though because your faux compassion is the center of your self-identity.

That you have to turn "not significant to America" into "fark them and their families" is your hang-up... not mine.
 
2013-12-28 06:21:50 PM

Mrbogey: Serious Black: Those dead people's lives are worth less to you because they aren't Americans?

A foreigner killing a foreigner in a foreign land isn't a major issue to America. Should we hold Congressional hearings over the mall attack from earlier this year or is it really not our concern?


That mall was a US embassy?
 
2013-12-28 06:23:02 PM

Kumana Wanalaia: That mall was a US embassy?


Aren't all malls US territory?
 
2013-12-28 06:25:09 PM
Stopped in for the blowhards that didn't care about the failures leading to 9/11 and the reasons for the Iraq war yet pretend to get the vapors about an attack on a consulate. Leaving satisfied
 
2013-12-28 06:26:06 PM

barneyfifesbullet: still not a scandal

OK. So, there's no reason for you to whine when it gets talked about during the upcoming election season then.

It's just stuff that doesn't matter. So, you won't be wasting any time addressing it. Right? Yeah.


It does not have to be a scandal to be something that needs to be addressed. I certainly do believe that we need to address the failures in the Republican party that cut funding for embassy security.
 
2013-12-28 06:26:11 PM

Serious Black: So where was the outrage over Beirut? 240 some Americans died because foreigners drove a truck into their barracks and blew it up in a suicide VBIED attack.


I don't know. I was a kid back then. I have no clue what the public response was by most folks.

I created this alt just for this thread: Name one person who died in the 9/11/2001 WTC attack without using a Google search. If you can't that must mean the attack wasn't particularly significant, right?


Uhhh... most people can name several. Barbara Olson was a notable. Todd Beamer another. Without google nobody on this forum would remember any of those attacks on that chart other than a city and maybe year.

Again, none of those attacks were as significant as Benghazi.
 
2013-12-28 06:27:19 PM

Mrbogey: artifishy: I think it perfectly sums up the Republican mentality. Those people may have had families, a spouse, kids that depended on them, but they weren't Americans so they are not important.

I wonder if he would consider himself "pro-life"?

I think your reply perfectly sums up the Democrat mindset. These people are dead and their death is useful to you. So you have to exploit it even though you're not personally invested in them as anything other than a statistic. You refuse to admit this though because your faux compassion is the center of your self-identity.

That you have to turn "not significant to America" into "fark them and their families" is your hang-up... not mine.


And there's the projection. Perfect!
 
2013-12-28 06:27:42 PM

I created this alt just for this thread: Mrbogey: Fart_Machine: Yup they weren't Americans so fark em right?

Name one of them without using a google search.

Name one person who died in the 9/11/2001 WTC attack without using a Google search.  If you can't that must mean the attack wasn't particularly significant, right?


I know someone personally who was.
 
2013-12-28 06:28:08 PM

Mrbogey: Again, none of those attacks were as significant as Benghazi.


Only to truly shiatty people like you.
 
2013-12-28 06:30:08 PM

Satanic_Hamster: Kumana Wanalaia: That mall was a US embassy?

Aren't all malls US territory?


lol
 
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