Comments: Putting the Secret Back in Secretary

I don’t think that in any other time in our history have we been led by a more corrupt arrogant group of incompetent misfits.

Not only was Clinton complicit in the overthrow of Libya’s Kaddafi but her three monkeys act with regard to what she didn’t know is a complete falsehood. Not to mention the Administration’s false narrative that the attacks were caused by an anti Islamist video that nobody saw when they knew in August that there were Al Qaeda operatives casing and photographing the Embassy and the Ambassador requested additional security (i.e. – military). Which he never got.

We may recall that shortly after a dozen or so American Embassy’s were hit on, wait for it…., 9/11, that the administration had to scramble pre-election to lie, obfuscate and cover up what happened and our Secretary of State was so important to the process that they sent her out of the country to Australia and Europe on a wine tasting tour.

But, mention to the average American something about Benghazi, and they typically respond with “Ben who?”.

On many levels, this one example highlights the disintegration of our nation and our society.

Watching that arrogant shrew yesterday acting out tears and being indignant that she had to lower herself to answer for her subpar performance in the whole affair is just another example of how this crew disrespects America and its people.

Posted by asdf at January 24, 2013 09:02 AM

Really Dan, what difference DOES it make WHY it happened? Or why ANYTHING happens. What's important now, is that we find these people, and bring them to justice. We will come, we will see, and they will die. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Posted by HomerJFong at January 24, 2013 07:04 PM

Many people forget, and many, many more are clueless, that another Clinton P.O.S. uttered the words "we came, we saw, he died" and was an intregal part of Libya falling into the hands of terrorists.

But, forget about better the Devil you know.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Insane Obama unilaterally (along with the dupes at the U.N.) decided that Libya was not Radically Muslim enough and made their move to further destabilize the region after the fall of Egypt.

These people are the most corrupt and dangerously unstable people to ever be in control of this country.

But, take care of he non-working underlasses and it's all good.

Posted by asdf at January 24, 2013 07:19 PM

Clinton's words "what difference does it make" went far too unchallenged by the toothless Republicans. What difference does it make? What difference does it make if it's random Libyans angry at America or TERRORISTS (which it was)? Why did no one point out that it is a pretty big difference, pretty important difference for a Secretary of State, for Christ's sake, to gloss over? The Republicans seem punch drunk just now.

Posted by webster at January 25, 2013 08:14 PM

Have got to say that for the most part I'm disgusted with the current crop of Republicans.

They should have nailed that arrogant witch to the wall. Instead, light questioning and when someone did ask a tough question they backed away before getting any real answer.

The whole proceeding just points to why the Libs win more consistently even though their message is a corrupt and destructive one and they have to constantly lie about it. They are committed in their plot to destroy the thread of America while the GOP is pliant and unsure of themselves.

They should have jumped on Clinton for saying that. But, instead, they shrugged with their own version of what difference does it make.

Sooner than we think, I feel like we're heading to a third party. I'm getting to the point where voting for the same old establishment Republicans is an exercise in futility.

The fact that 7 million registered Republicans stayed home rather than vote for Romney says a lot.

Posted by asdf at January 26, 2013 02:57 PM

The Clintons, the Administration, and the Congressional Democratic caucus: three fora where sociopathy is normal. (All covered by a courtesan press).

Posted by Art Deco at January 26, 2013 05:20 PM