Funnie99

Georgetown, KY

#83 Jun 20, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>"Mister" my ass! You'll never set foot in a school again unless it's to talk to kids about the dangers of drinking and driving and using drugs!
Don't change the subject !!! The government you love so much and voted for has made a damn idiot of itself and no matter what you say can not excuse it ! You have to admit Obama and Hillary need to be fired !!
Nutz

Dothan, AL

#84 Jun 20, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
"Mister" my ass! You'll never set foot in a school again unless it's to talk to kids about the dangers of drinking and driving and using drugs!
He probably won't and he shouldn't. Not my concern.
common sense

Lily, KY

#86 Jun 21, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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Of course she didn't apologize- she didn't do anything wrong!
Romney said "It the President 14 days before he called the attack in Benghazi an act of terror."
That was false. When delivering a statement on the Benghazi attacks the next day, Obama referred to it as an act of terror. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =rDANcaPx1xgXX
Crawley then said "He did in fact sir, call it an act of terror. He did call it an act of terror. It did as well take two weeks or so for the whole idea of there being a riot out there about this tape to come out so you are correct about that."
That was there for everyone to hear. You do know that there were riots and demonstrates across the Middle East over "The Innocence of Muslims" don't you? And that the embassy in Cairo was attacked and the American flag torn down? Still if it a demonstration is sparked by a video and it turns into a riot in which things are set on fire and people killed, isn't that an act of terror? Could a terrorist act be sparked by a video? Well of course it could.
Point is that Crawley didn't lie nor did she apologize nor did she admit that she lied. SOOOO....... wrong again.
Actually he never says this attack was an act of terror..unless I missed it which is possible so please direct me to the portion of the speech where he refers to this attack as an act of terror....

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#87 Jun 21, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually he never says this attack was an act of terror..unless I missed it which is possible so please direct me to the portion of the speech where he refers to this attack as an act of terror....
President Obama speaking in the Rose Garden about the attack in Benghazi the night before. http://youtu.be/rDANcaPx1xg...
common sense

Lily, KY

#88 Jun 22, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
President Obama speaking in the Rose Garden about the attack in Benghazi the night before. http://youtu.be/rDANcaPx1xg...
He never refers to this event as a terrorist attack. He repeatedly calls it an attack. The only reference he makes to terror is when he says no acts of terror will shake the resolve of this nation.

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#89 Jun 22, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
He never refers to this event as a terrorist attack. He repeatedly calls it an attack. The only reference he makes to terror is when he says no acts of terror will shake the resolve of this nation.
Well now you're splitting hairs. He was talking about the Benghazi attack. That's what the press conference was called to discuss. You heard the words and you know it was regarding Benghazi. He says that's what he was referring to when he said "no acts of terror." Romney tried to run the ball, but got tackled so hard he had to be carried off the field and was out for the rest of the season.

Ultimately, as you well know, the American people by a 4.9 million vote majority, were just fine with his response and re-elected him in an electoral landslide. The time to fire him would have been November 6th. Instead, his opponent managed to get fewer votes than McCain. So much for the GOP being "fired up."

The rest is just whining and crying. As someone else pointed out, if the GOP would spend as much time grooming a candidate to run in 2016 as they are nitpicking a matter that people won't remember then, you MIGHT have a chance at winning.

Like that simpleton who thought David Foy was killed in the Benghazi attack! People have short memories. I'll bet you that the majority of average Americans under 30 cannot tell you the month and day that Pearl Harbor was attacked. Let alone the year.

The ONLY things that anyone can bring up yet cannot conclusively prove is 1) there was stand down order given and 2) Obama lied about it being a terrorist attack. Even IF (and that's a strong emphasis on IF) both of those were true, they are not impeachable offenses.

It is time to mourn the dead, secure our embassies and consulates in the middle east, bring those who participated in this attack to justice, and move on. That's what we do. We move on. Pearl Harbor didn't stop us. 9/11/01 didn't stop us. We deal with it and keep going. Two rounds of hearings have taken place and it's went nowhere. That ship has sailed.
common sense

Sheridan, AR

#91 Jun 23, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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Well now you're splitting hairs. He was talking about the Benghazi attack. That's what the press conference was called to discuss. You heard the words and you know it was regarding Benghazi. He says that's what he was referring to when he said "no acts of terror." Romney tried to run the ball, but got tackled so hard he had to be carried off the field and was out for the rest of the season.
Ultimately, as you well know, the American people by a 4.9 million vote majority, were just fine with his response and re-elected him in an electoral landslide. The time to fire him would have been November 6th. Instead, his opponent managed to get fewer votes than McCain. So much for the GOP being "fired up."
The rest is just whining and crying. As someone else pointed out, if the GOP would spend as much time grooming a candidate to run in 2016 as they are nitpicking a matter that people won't remember then, you MIGHT have a chance at winning.
Like that simpleton who thought David Foy was killed in the Benghazi attack! People have short memories. I'll bet you that the majority of average Americans under 30 cannot tell you the month and day that Pearl Harbor was attacked. Let alone the year.
The ONLY things that anyone can bring up yet cannot conclusively prove is 1) there was stand down order given and 2) Obama lied about it being a terrorist attack. Even IF (and that's a strong emphasis on IF) both of those were true, they are not impeachable offenses.
It is time to mourn the dead, secure our embassies and consulates in the middle east, bring those who participated in this attack to justice, and move on. That's what we do. We move on. Pearl Harbor didn't stop us. 9/11/01 didn't stop us. We deal with it and keep going. Two rounds of hearings have taken place and it's went nowhere. That ship has sailed.
That's very well said and I must admit that you have a good point.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#92 Jun 23, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
Well now you're splitting hairs. He was talking about the Benghazi attack. That's what the press conference was called to discuss. You heard the words and you know it was regarding Benghazi. He says that's what he was referring to when he said "no acts of terror." Romney tried to run the ball, but got tackled so hard he had to be carried off the field and was out for the rest of the season.
Ultimately, as you well know, the American people by a 4.9 million vote majority, were just fine with his response and re-elected him in an electoral landslide. The time to fire him would have been November 6th. Instead, his opponent managed to get fewer votes than McCain. So much for the GOP being "fired up."
The rest is just whining and crying. As someone else pointed out, if the GOP would spend as much time grooming a candidate to run in 2016 as they are nitpicking a matter that people won't remember then, you MIGHT have a chance at winning.
Like that simpleton who thought David Foy was killed in the Benghazi attack! People have short memories. I'll bet you that the majority of average Americans under 30 cannot tell you the month and day that Pearl Harbor was attacked. Let alone the year.
The ONLY things that anyone can bring up yet cannot conclusively prove is 1) there was stand down order given and 2) Obama lied about it being a terrorist attack. Even IF (and that's a strong emphasis on IF) both of those were true, they are not impeachable offenses.
It is time to mourn the dead, secure our embassies and consulates in the middle east, bring those who participated in this attack to justice, and move on. That's what we do. We move on. Pearl Harbor didn't stop us. 9/11/01 didn't stop us. We deal with it and keep going. Two rounds of hearings have taken place and it's went nowhere. That ship has sailed.
This is either the most incompetent administration in history, or the one that lies the most. You can't refute that when asked about any of the "scandals" currently plaguing this administration, their answer is "We don't know anything about that".
walker

Harrodsburg, KY

#93 Jun 24, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
Well now you're splitting hairs. He was talking about the Benghazi attack. That's what the press conference was called to discuss. You heard the words and you know it was regarding Benghazi. He says that's what he was referring to when he said "no acts of terror." Romney tried to run the ball, but got tackled so hard he had to be carried off the field and was out for the rest of the season.
Ultimately, as you well know, the American people by a 4.9 million vote majority, were just fine with his response and re-elected him in an electoral landslide. The time to fire him would have been November 6th. Instead, his opponent managed to get fewer votes than McCain. So much for the GOP being "fired up."
The rest is just whining and crying. As someone else pointed out, if the GOP would spend as much time grooming a candidate to run in 2016 as they are nitpicking a matter that people won't remember then, you MIGHT have a chance at winning.
Like that simpleton who thought David Foy was killed in the Benghazi attack! People have short memories. I'll bet you that the majority of average Americans under 30 cannot tell you the month and day that Pearl Harbor was attacked. Let alone the year.
The ONLY things that anyone can bring up yet cannot conclusively prove is 1) there was stand down order given and 2) Obama lied about it being a terrorist attack. Even IF (and that's a strong emphasis on IF) both of those were true, they are not impeachable offenses.
It is time to mourn the dead, secure our embassies and consulates in the middle east, bring those who participated in this attack to justice, and move on. That's what we do. We move on. Pearl Harbor didn't stop us. 9/11/01 didn't stop us. We deal with it and keep going. Two rounds of hearings have taken place and it's went nowhere. That ship has sailed.
simple question.... If there was nothing to the benghazi thing, then why did o' and all of his admin go on and on for weeks about a
a video that they KNEW had nothing to do with the attacks?
common sense

Lily, KY

#95 Jun 24, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
That's very well said and I must admit that you have a good point.
No it is not very well said and he does not have a good point....
common sense

Lily, KY

#96 Jun 24, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
Well now you're splitting hairs. He was talking about the Benghazi attack. That's what the press conference was called to discuss. You heard the words and you know it was regarding Benghazi. He says that's what he was referring to when he said "no acts of terror." Romney tried to run the ball, but got tackled so hard he had to be carried off the field and was out for the rest of the season.
Ultimately, as you well know, the American people by a 4.9 million vote majority, were just fine with his response and re-elected him in an electoral landslide. The time to fire him would have been November 6th. Instead, his opponent managed to get fewer votes than McCain. So much for the GOP being "fired up."
The rest is just whining and crying. As someone else pointed out, if the GOP would spend as much time grooming a candidate to run in 2016 as they are nitpicking a matter that people won't remember then, you MIGHT have a chance at winning.
Like that simpleton who thought David Foy was killed in the Benghazi attack! People have short memories. I'll bet you that the majority of average Americans under 30 cannot tell you the month and day that Pearl Harbor was attacked. Let alone the year.
The ONLY things that anyone can bring up yet cannot conclusively prove is 1) there was stand down order given and 2) Obama lied about it being a terrorist attack. Even IF (and that's a strong emphasis on IF) both of those were true, they are not impeachable offenses.
It is time to mourn the dead, secure our embassies and consulates in the middle east, bring those who participated in this attack to justice, and move on. That's what we do. We move on. Pearl Harbor didn't stop us. 9/11/01 didn't stop us. We deal with it and keep going. Two rounds of hearings have taken place and it's went nowhere. That ship has sailed.
Yes he was talking about the Benghazi attacks but not once does he say it was a terrorist attack or an act of terrorism. He should have said that it was a terrorist attack committed by cowards and we will not rest to these cowards are tracked down and brought to justice or killed. But he did not say that.

So the Americans in this country who are outraged that 4 Americans were killed in a act of TERRORISM are crying, whining and nitpicking.

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#97 Jun 24, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes he was talking about the Benghazi attacks but not once does he say it was a terrorist attack or an act of terrorism. He should have said that it was a terrorist attack committed by cowards and we will not rest to these cowards are tracked down and brought to justice or killed. But he did not say that.
So the Americans in this country who are outraged that 4 Americans were killed in a act of TERRORISM are crying, whining and nitpicking.
You pretty much show you didn't watch the video. He said it was an act of terror.

http://www.foxbusiness.com/2012/09/12/obama-w...

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-575112...

Perhaps you should apply for a job as a speech writer since you have such an eloquent way with words.

I would imagine that you and a small percentage of so called "conservatives" will be whining about this all the way to your big loss in 2016. Any by whining, I mean whining about the President. You're more concerned about him than you are the people do did the killing. The fact is that nothing is going to be done to President Obama or Hillary Clinton. No impeachment. No criminal charges.
common sense

Lily, KY

#98 Jun 24, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
You pretty much show you didn't watch the video. He said it was an act of terror.
http://www.foxbusiness.com/2012/09/12/obama-w...
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-575112...
Perhaps you should apply for a job as a speech writer since you have such an eloquent way with words.
I would imagine that you and a small percentage of so called "conservatives" will be whining about this all the way to your big loss in 2016. Any by whining, I mean whining about the President. You're more concerned about him than you are the people do did the killing. The fact is that nothing is going to be done to President Obama or Hillary Clinton. No impeachment. No criminal charges.
I did watch the video and I agree 100% with you. He did call it an act of terror indirectly. But it was not an act of terror. It was an act of terrorism. You break into my home and hold me at gun point you have committed an act of terror but it is not an act of terrorism. There is a big difference. He should have called it what it was. He should have shown a little more anger. Why is this President so afraid to offend these murdering bastards and their kind.

I have no desire to be a speech writer.

I am not a conservative. I do consider myself to be a moderate conservative. I have even been called a RINO. Their are Democrats that I like and Republicans that I do not like. So you really dont know anything about me.

Find one post where I say Obama should be charged with anything criminal or impeached. Take your time but you will not find one.

And what I am concerned about is that this happened and no one seems to care. The President took a trip to a fund raiser 2 days later. No one in the White House bothered to ask that night what was going on or what the status was. At least that is what his Secretary of Defense stated. Its sad that Americans in a dangerous place ask for help and receive none. And when they are being killed their President is packing for a trip to Las Vegas. And liberal assholes like you dont care. And the murdering assholes that did this are free and probably will remain free.

What happened to your so called seminar....lol

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#99 Jun 24, 2013
common sense wrote:
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I did watch the video and I agree 100% with you. He did call it an act of terror indirectly. But it was not an act of terror. It was an act of terrorism. You break into my home and hold me at gun point you have committed an act of terror but it is not an act of terrorism. There is a big difference. He should have called it what it was. He should have shown a little more anger. Why is this President so afraid to offend these murdering bastards and their kind.
I have no desire to be a speech writer.
I am not a conservative. I do consider myself to be a moderate conservative. I have even been called a RINO. Their are Democrats that I like and Republicans that I do not like. So you really dont know anything about me.
Find one post where I say Obama should be charged with anything criminal or impeached. Take your time but you will not find one.
And what I am concerned about is that this happened and no one seems to care. The President took a trip to a fund raiser 2 days later. No one in the White House bothered to ask that night what was going on or what the status was. At least that is what his Secretary of Defense stated. Its sad that Americans in a dangerous place ask for help and receive none. And when they are being killed their President is packing for a trip to Las Vegas. And liberal assholes like you dont care. And the murdering assholes that did this are free and probably will remain free.
What happened to your so called seminar....lol
Banging podiums and screaming would not put the attackers one step closer to justice. However, you will now agree that he said that they will be brought to justice?

They won't remain free. It will just take some time. Not easy to track someone down in a faraway land. But we got Bin Laden and we'll get them.

My seminar was cancelled due to threats of "terror." I could not put young children at risk. I just turned 61 yesterday, and I have no question that I could take care of myself if need be. But with children in attendance, that's not a chance I was willing to take.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#100 Jun 24, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
Banging podiums and screaming would not put the attackers one step closer to justice. However, you will now agree that he said that they will be brought to justice?
They won't remain free. It will just take some time. Not easy to track someone down in a faraway land. But we got Bin Laden and we'll get them.
My seminar was cancelled due to threats of "terror." I could not put young children at risk. I just turned 61 yesterday, and I have no question that I could take care of myself if need be. But with children in attendance, that's not a chance I was willing to take.
There was never a seminar. That's what the Extension Office said when asked.
common sense

Somerset, KY

#101 Jun 24, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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Banging podiums and screaming would not put the attackers one step closer to justice. However, you will now agree that he said that they will be brought to justice?
They won't remain free. It will just take some time. Not easy to track someone down in a faraway land. But we got Bin Laden and we'll get them.
My seminar was cancelled due to threats of "terror." I could not put young children at risk. I just turned 61 yesterday, and I have no question that I could take care of myself if need be. But with children in attendance, that's not a chance I was willing to take.
I agree with you there. There's no need to put the safety of children at risk. You were right to call it off and I hope those who issued threats are prosecuted.
common sense

Lily, KY

#102 Jun 24, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
<quoted text>
Banging podiums and screaming would not put the attackers one step closer to justice. However, you will now agree that he said that they will be brought to justice?
They won't remain free. It will just take some time. Not easy to track someone down in a faraway land. But we got Bin Laden and we'll get them.
My seminar was cancelled due to threats of "terror." I could not put young children at risk. I just turned 61 yesterday, and I have no question that I could take care of myself if need be. But with children in attendance, that's not a chance I was willing to take.
Yes I agree he said they will be brought to justice. I never said he didn't. But I do not think he will get it done.

Banging podiums and screaming when you are in charge shows you care. It shows you are serious. I don't think he cares. That's why 2 days after the fact he took a trip to Las Vegas.

You never had a seminar and you are not 61. You are a liar and not even a good one....
common sense

Somerset, KY

#103 Jun 25, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes I agree he said they will be brought to justice. I never said he didn't. But I do not think he will get it done.
Banging podiums and screaming when you are in charge shows you care. It shows you are serious. I don't think he cares. That's why 2 days after the fact he took a trip to Las Vegas.
You never had a seminar and you are not 61. You are a liar and not even a good one....
Can you give a few examples of presidents who banged on podiums and screamed? Did George W. Bush bang on podiums and scream on 9-11-01? Did Reagan when the Marines barracks got bombed under his watch? Please give me a list.
common sense

London, KY

#104 Jun 25, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
Can you give a few examples of presidents who banged on podiums and screamed? Did George W. Bush bang on podiums and scream on 9-11-01? Did Reagan when the Marines barracks got bombed under his watch? Please give me a list.
Show me where I said they did. Why do liberals always go back to Bush. Bush is not President. Obama did not care. Obama asked for no updates to what was going on. Obama went to Vegas 2 days after the act of terror as he called it. Not what a true leader does.
Funnie99

Georgetown, KY

#105 Jun 25, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>Show me where I said they did. Why do liberals always go back to Bush. Bush is not President. Obama did not care. Obama asked for no updates to what was going on. Obama went to Vegas 2 days after the act of terror as he called it. Not what a true leader does.
Listen ! No matter what u say Obama will never be wrong in the eyes of his voters ! Me ! I call a spade a spade ! Don't care if I voted for ya or not ! U muck up and I will call ya out on it ! If this country would do away with electoral votes and go back to unanimous vote we wouldn't have these problems ! The right man would win ! Obama is an outright moron and has not done one good thing since he was elected ! I have asked this already and nobody can tell me one good thing the man has done !

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