• One of These Things is Not Like the Other

    October 25, 2012

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    Posted in: Democracy

    (no link to source, fact or why anyone would say this unless tripping on bad mushrooms)

    Source material: US denied access to terror suspect tied to Libya attacks

    BONUS! Spelunking down into the Susan Rice Twitter stream, one notices that a) all of her Tweets regarding how the Benghazi Consulate attack was related to that anti-Islam video have been deleted and b) Rice follows the Obama for President political campaign Tweets but not the Romney political campaign Tweets, which seems to say something about whether she thinks she represents “America” at the UN or the Obama Campaign. This also seems at variance with the Hatch Act.

    Hah hah, fooled you. Susan Rice only cares about representing Susan Rice’s political future and could give a flying f*ck for American or the Obama Campaign.

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  • Recent Comments

    • Rich Bauer said...


      Haven’t heard if Barack is begging her to stay either:


      Please. Don’t. GO.

      10/25/12 2:19 PM | Comment Link

    • John Poole said...


      Does anyone else feel they’ve visited this tawdry spectacle before courtesy of Charles Dickens? Today’s DC sure looks a lot like 1790s France.

      10/25/12 4:18 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...


      And London circa Tiny Tim:

      “More than 50,000 Americans have been combat-wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001.
      Among the wounded are some 16,000 severely injured, casualties who would have died on the battlefield just a generation ago. But new medical procedures, protective gear such as body armor and faster medical evacuation are saving more than 90 percent of all those who fall in battle. According to the U.S. Army surgeon general’s office, military surgeons have performed 1,653 major limb amputations since 2001.”

      10/25/12 5:47 PM | Comment Link

    • Eric Hodgdon said...


      @John Poole
      Is that 1790s France ? guillotines and all ?
      Or 1780s ? with the fantasy land at the Palace of Versailles ?

      10/25/12 6:11 PM | Comment Link

    • John Poole said...


      Eric- circa 1791. It looks like we in America might be in for a repeat of those awful times. Where is our Dickens?

      10/25/12 9:11 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...


      Blowback is a bitch, “Hellfire” may backfire:


      If Romney wins, Barack may seek Kenyan citizenship.

      10/26/12 5:16 PM | Comment Link

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