ChangeDaChannel (el 13/05/14 a las 12:28 am)
hey all...dag havent been here in months on this thread. Please tell me you
guys arent still supporting this turd Obama and you have woken up to the
fact that hes just as bad if not worse than the last turd. If not tis okay.
The next will be even worse
ChangeDaChannel (el 30/01/14 a las 10:27 pm)
State Of The Union 1991, 1996, 2007, 2014
4 turds sayings the same words
54markl (el 16/09/14 a las 7:22 pm)
DAE, I don't read your posts, but they still look pretty bad.
EagleOfJustice1776 (el 16/09/14 a las 2:29 am)
Is it just me, or is +54markl / +Mark Lanzarotta the only one[s] that
continue bringing up racism and homosexuality as being done by everyone
else But Him / Them? I don't believe anyone on this thread has been
left "untouched" by their pointless and un-patriotic rants. They must have
had really "special" parents, grew up in a Catholic reform school, or are
an old Russian operative that's went "off the reservation" a person just
doesn't get as screwed up as they are unless they have "issues" or maybe
it’s a test pilot for a new reality show gone wrong... Markie Mark and the
Fucked up Bunch
Tas Mikigal (el 14/09/14 a las 9:42 pm)
'DERELICTION OF DUTY': OBAMA'S WORST SCANDAL
Andrew McCarthy reveals which presidential outrage tops them all
Published: 47 mins ago
WASHINGTON – For a highly accomplished lawyer, one who notched significant
victories in the war on terror as a federal prosecutor, Andrew McCarthy can
make a compelling case in plain English without resorting to legalese.
And when it comes to Benghazi, his case against the Obama administration
boils down to this: It is president’s worst scandal because it was a
dereliction of duty, one that led to the deaths of four Americans,
including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens.
McCarthy is not alone in his assessment of the gravity of the scandal.
On the two-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2012, attack, Sen. Jim Inhofe,
R-Okla., the top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, told an
Oklahoma radio station he believed the Obama administration’s Benghazi
cover-up would become the biggest scandal in U.S. history.
McCarthy is a New York Times bestselling author, Fox News analyst,
contributing editor at National Review and a former adviser to the deputy
secretary of defense. As chief assistant U.S. attorney in New York, he
successfully prosecuted the perpetrators of the first World Trade Center
He put the case against the administration’s handling of Benghazi in terms
that are clear and simple but also comprehensive, and in a way the jury in
the court of public opinion may find compelling.
He told WND, “To me, the most offensive of the president’s derelictions
involves Benghazi,” which, he said, goes back to the war on Libya when,
“the president really initiated, unprovoked, a war on a regime that was
then being represented by our government as a key American
That error was compounded, McCarthy stated, because the administration
“switched sides” in a way that inevitably empowered the jihadis in Eastern
Libya, about whom Gadhafi was actually giving the U.S. intelligence.
“They follow up that with a really shocking failure to provide security for
Americans who, for some reason, still not explained, are assigned to
Benghazi, which is one of the most dangerous places on the planet for
Americans,” he observed.
Following that, McCarthy noted, as the jihadis continued to hit Western
targets and other countries removed their diplomatic personnel, “we not
only leave our people in, but we reduce security. That, inevitably, leads
to the September 11, 2012, attack, which is an act of war in which our
ambassador is killed. ”
“The enemy, who we are at war with already, attacks an American
installation and the administration responds to that with this ridiculous
story about how it was generated by an anti-Muslim video under
circumstances where it’s clear that they knew it was a terrorist attack.”
Inhofe emphatically drove that point home, saying four key members of the
administration – former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, CIA Director John
Brennan, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey and National
Intelligence Director James Clapper – had said the proof that the attack on
the consulate was a planned, terrorist operation was “unequivocal.”
“All four of them used the word ‘unequivocal,’” the senator insisted. “It
was unequivocal, on that day we knew that it was an organized, terrorist
“The president,” insisted the senator, “had all of that knowledge and
deliberately lied to the American people for one reason: It was right
before his re-election. He wanted the American people to think there was
not organized activity in the Middle East.”
“So I’m glad that they’re finally having the hearings,” he said, referring
to the Select Committee on Benghazi chaired by Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., due
to begin Wednesday.
WND asked McCarthy if a dereliction of duty that caused the loss of life
would be considered an impeachable offense.
“Yes, dereliction of duty is one of the more profound impeachable
offenses,” he succinctly replied.
The former federal prosecutor used both his legal acumen and knowledge of
history to explain why that was the case.
“There’s a common misconception that ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ means
criminal offenses like we find in the penal code, like I used to have to
try to enforce when I was a federal prosecutor,” he said.
“But, what the framers meant by high crimes and misdemeanors, which was a
British term of art, was gross maladministration of the government. And it
entails not only things which would be indictable offenses, but a broad
range of things.
“It’s actually much more like military justice concept where dereliction of
duty, failure to follow an oath, and the like, are pretty straight-forward
impeachable offenses. I think it’s unfortunate that people think a
president has to be indictable before he is removable.”
McCarthy detailed that contention in his recent book, “Faithless Execution:
Building the Political Case for Obama’s Impeachment.”
In an interview last week, he told WND there is no question about Obama’
lawlessness. But, as he outlines in the book, it is not feasible to impeach
the president without public support.
President Obama blames the Benghazi attack on an anti-Muslim video while
addressing the U.N. General Assembly on Sept. 25, 2012
That public support might grow with an increasing stream of new revelations
about Benghazi, as, even two years after the attack, evidence is quickly
mounting to support McCarthy’s assertion there was a dereliction of duty.
Just last week, three survivors of the Benghazi attack, members of a
security team at the secret CIA annex, told Fox News a top CIA official
prevented them from responding to the attack at the compound, a mile away,
even though they were getting calls from State Department employees begging
Thirty minutes later, the team defied orders and went to the compound, but
it was too late.
They believed the delay cost the lives of Ambassador Stevens and U.S.
Foreign Service officer Sean Smith.
The team members said they also requested air support, but it never arrived.
Additionally, the government watchdog group Judicial Watch has just
revealed it has obtained documents it said show the State Department was
warned nearly three months before the attack the U.S. Special Mission in
Benghazi was not only unsafe, it was likely a death trap.
Using a Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, lawsuit to obtain the
documents, Judicial Watch said it found top State Department officials were
explicitly warned that security guards were abandoning their posts “out of
fear of their safety.”
Furthermore, the groups said the documents also warned that an explosion
outside the compound wall had “created a fear factor when it came to
working the night shift.”
The documents showed Department of State Contract Specialist Neal Kern was
warned that the number of local security guards leaving their posts had put
the U.S. Benghazi Mission at risk.
Judicial Watch noted that two months before the attack Ambassador Stevens
himself requested more help but the request was refused by both the
Departments of State and Defense.
The group also pointed out how Chris Hicks, the former deputy chief of
mission at the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, told the Wall Street Journal almost
two years ago how security personnel had dropped from 30 in July 2012 to
only 11 diplomatic security agents under Steven’s authority on the night of
Judicial Watch also said “additional emails confirmed that in the months
leading up to the terrorist attack, State Department officials were
repeatedly informed of the Benghazi security staffing problems.”
It also found “the State Department’s local militia ‘security’ feared for
their own safety and wouldn’t even show up to provide necessary protection.”
Accusations of State Department responsibility for the deaths at Benghazi,
and dereliction of duty on the part of former Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton, were detailed last week with the release of investigative
journalist Aaron Klein’s new work from WND Books, “The REAL Benghazi Story:
What the White House Doesn’t Want You to Know.”
Klein said Clinton misled the public about her role in helping to secure
the U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi and may have even deceived lawmakers
during her public testimony probing the attacks.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton replying "What difference does it
make?" when asked what caused the attack on Benghazi by a Senate committee
Jan. 23, 2013
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton replying “What difference does it
make?” when asked by a Senate committee on Jan. 23, 2013 what caused the
attack on Benghazi
The author asked: “[By signing the waivers,] did Clinton know she was
approving a woefully unprotected compound? If not then at the very least
she is guilty of dereliction of duty and the diplomatic equivalent of
Also said to be revealed in the book:
*Clinton, together with then-CIA Director David H. Petraeus, were the
architects of a plan to arm the Libyan and Syrian rebels.
*Public sources in a systematic connect-the-dots exercise indicate both the
U.S. mission and the nearby CIA annex in Benghazi were involved in
coordinating U.S. aid transfers to rebels in the Middle East, with
particular emphasis on shipping weapons to jihadis fighting the regime of
Bashar al-Assad of Syria.
*The compound itself was deliberately set up with minimal security so as
not to attract attention to what the author reports were secretive
activities taking place inside the mission, activities for which Clinton
herself was a central player.
*Clinton’s claim that the intelligence community believed the attacks were
a spontaneous protest in response to a “hateful video” is called into
question by numerous revelations.
*Clinton placed the blame for the controversial talking points squarely
with the CIA without mentioning the State Department contributed to the
manufacturing of the points.
*Clinton wrongly wrote that the closest U.S. Special Forces that could have
responded to the attacks were “standing by in Fort Bragg, North Carolina,
but they would take several hours to muster and were more than five
thousand miles away.”
*Klein notes it has been confirmed Special Forces known as C-110, or the
EUCOM CIF, were on a training mission in Croatia the night of the attack.
The distance between Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, and Benghazi is about 925
miles. The C-110 is a rapid-response team that exists for emergencies like
terrorist attacks against U.S. embassies abroad.
*Clinton’s assertion “no one in the State Department, the intelligence
community, any other agency, ever recommended that we close Benghazi. We
were clear-eyed about the threats and the dangers as they were developing
in eastern Libya and in Benghazi” was contradicted by her top deputies,
including officials known to be close to her who were responsible for some
major denials of security at the compound, such as Undersecretary Patrick
Kennedy, who cancelled the use in Tripoli of a DC-3 aircraft that could
have aided in the evacuation of the Benghazi victims.
*Kennedy also denied permission to build guard towers at the Benghazi
mission and approved the withdrawal of a security support team, or SST,
that special U.S. forces specifically maintained for counter-attacks on
U.S. embassies or threats against diplomatic personnel.
*Clinton’s contention she was not informed of the general nature of
security at the Benghazi facility, even though she was known to have taken
a particular interest in the compound.
*Clinton reportedly called for the compound to be converted into a
permanent mission before a scheduled trip to Libya in December 2012 that
eventually was canceled.
*Clinton failed to mention Stevens may have gone to Benghazi for a project
that she specifically requested, what Hicks called Clinton’s wish to
convert the shanty complex into a permanent mission in a symbol of the new
Libya, so she could announce the establishment of a permanent U.S. State
Department facility during her planned visit there in December 2012.
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54markl (el 09/09/14 a las 11:47 am)
Disliking government is about the stupidest thing I've ever heard of,
because the alternative is being ruled by a bunch of Donald Sterlings.
Libertarians, when you get rid of government and go up in your tree to play
the flute, the Gas Man will come and stick you in an oven. Anarchism isn't
even good as a daydream. The French had a jolly time with anarchism, with
mad Robespierre desperately killing everything in sight. Then came
Napoleon, the absolute dictator. Thanks, libertarians, but no thanks. No
Somalia in America.
ChangeDaChannel (el 24/12/13 a las 2:37 am)
gtfooh....lololol really? Sorry but dang man you're too easy.
1969lincolnosiris (el 09/08/14 a las 9:10 pm)
*The most fundamental requirement of joining the Tea Party, is to be
totally ignorant and uninformed.* *You have to believe a LIE about taxes
being "too high" and too retarded to actually ever research it.* *Their
media cheerleaders; Fox News, have fought in a court of law, for the right
EagleOfJustice1776 (el 14/09/14 a las 10:32 am)
You're a flippant niggard and disingenuous ass +54markl You live in a
fantasy world entirely of your own creation. Most of us would take pity
upon you if not for your deeply rooted arrogance, and callousness. You
truly do believe in the bullshit you've foisted upon us
as you think yourself above everyone that has an opinion differing from
your own convoluted view of the world. Ultimately you're everything you
accuse others here of being only much, much worse.
kennygl2008 (el 29/08/14 a las 11:45 am)
Last night, on "The Big Picture With Thom Hartmann," Thom explained what
Libertarianism is all about. My takeaway from his speech: Libertarianism is
a plot concocted by the rich and powerful to sway ignorant people into
making the rich and powerful even richer and more powerful. The strange
thing is that most people who support Libertarianism don't have a clue as
to its real objectives!