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Right Wing worried over capture of Ben Ghazi

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Posted: 6/18/2014 12:13 AM

Right Wing worried over capture of Ben Ghazi 


Mum is the word today in Right Wingnutosphere.  It appears Obama pulled the trigger on executing the capture of Right Wing Hero Ben Ghazi.

Horrible news for those looking to clean up the White House.  Appears Ben Ghazi isn't playing nicely to the right wing narrative:

Mr. Abu Khattala, 41,... contended that the attack had grown out of a peaceful protest against a video made in the United States that mocked the Prophet Muhammad and Islam.

Man, that's a bummer.


As the attack in Benghazi was unfolding a few hours later, Mr. Abu Khattala told fellow Islamist fighters and others that the assault was retaliation for the same insulting video, according to people who heard him.

In an interview a few days later, he pointedly declined to say whether an offensive online video might indeed warrant the destruction of the diplomatic mission or the killing of the ambassador. “From a religious point of view, it is hard to say whether it is good or bad,” he said.


No make it stop.  Don't do it to us Ben!  Be who we thought you were.  flushed

So....what do you all think about that IRS one?  Yeah, that's the ticket.  Start talking about that IRS one.  They still slo-rollin' it?

Last edited 6/18/2014 12:13 AM by GalenSevinne

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Posted: 6/18/2014 10:42 AM

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Go away intil you can respond to the collapse of Iraq under your boyfriends policies or the massive coverup going on at the IRS.

You have been conspicuously absent on all of those threads.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 10:53 AM

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Mohara wrote: Go away intil you can respond to the collapse of Iraq under your boyfriends policies or the massive coverup going on at the IRS.

You have been conspicuously absent on all of those threads.
I am sure he has been looking for those lost emails from those 6 different IRS employees that just happened to have their computer crash so he can clear the messiah and his administration.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 4:30 PM

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GalenSevinne wrote: Mum is the word today in Right Wingnutosphere.  It appears Obama pulled the trigger on executing the capture of Right Wing Hero Ben Ghazi.

Horrible news for those looking to clean up the White House.  Appears Ben Ghazi isn't playing nicely to the right wing narrative:

Mr. Abu Khattala, 41,... contended that the attack had grown out of a peaceful protest against a video made in the United States that mocked the Prophet Muhammad and Islam.

Man, that's a bummer.


As the attack in Benghazi was unfolding a few hours later, Mr. Abu Khattala told fellow Islamist fighters and others that the assault was retaliation for the same insulting video, according to people who heard him.

In an interview a few days later, he pointedly declined to say whether an offensive online video might indeed warrant the destruction of the diplomatic mission or the killing of the ambassador. “From a religious point of view, it is hard to say whether it is good or bad,” he said.


No make it stop.  Don't do it to us Ben!  Be who we thought you were.  flushed

So....what do you all think about that IRS one?  Yeah, that's the ticket.  Start talking about that IRS one.  They still slo-rollin' it?
Noted Democrat consultant and commentator Chick Todd says that polls show that Obama has dropped to a 41%approval rating. Americans apparently believe that he and his fellow travelers (my words) are LESS COMPETENT than the post Katrina Bush Administration.

"The poll is a DISASTER for the President" Todd said. "You look at the presidency here: Lowest job rating, tied for the lowest, lowest on foreign policy. His administration is seen as less competent than the Bush Administration, post Katrina."

"On the issue of do you believe he can still lead? A majority believe no. Essentially the public is saying your presidency is OVER" Todd added.

So go ahead and make your sophomoric jokes. Keep believing the Benghazi "video fantasy" that has been discredited YEARS ago. YOU are irrelevant, even in here, and your president is perceived as a BIGGER LOSER than George W. Bush.      excited

How does that make you feel?
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Posted: 6/18/2014 4:31 PM

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I'm sure that "Right Wing" (of "vast" "conspiracy" fame) is quaking in its boots that military special forces were ordered to swoop in and capture this twerp who, according to even far Lefty reporters, was not even in hiding and completely accessible.

The dog has been wagged - and not surprisingly there is loyal Galen eagerly barking and panting excitedly. Never gets old for you, eh Comrade?
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Posted: 6/18/2014 6:31 PM

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You mean "hawks" like John Forbes Kerry, Al Gore, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Chuckles Schumer, Hill-Billy Clintons, et al., who all voted or advocated FOR the use of military force in Iraq in 2003? How many of their kids did they send into harm's way?

Your blatant hypocrisy knows no bounds. But carry on. Each post is more humorous than the last.


"Thou shalt not steal... thou shalt not covet... thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor..." Genesis

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Posted: 6/18/2014 7:37 PM

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zeusman52 wrote:
 
Noted Democrat consultant and commentator Chick Todd says that polls show that Obama has dropped to a 41%approval rating. Americans apparently believe that he and his fellow travelers (my words) are LESS COMPETENT than the post Katrina Bush Administration.

"The poll is a DISASTER for the President" Todd said. "You look at the presidency here: Lowest job rating, tied for the lowest, lowest on foreign policy. His administration is seen as less competent than the Bush Administration, post Katrina."

"On the issue of do you believe he can still lead? A majority believe no. Essentially the public is saying your presidency is OVER" Todd added.

So go ahead and make your sophomoric jokes. Keep believing the Benghazi "video fantasy" that has been discredited YEARS ago. YOU are irrelevant, even in here, and your president is perceived as a BIGGER LOSER than George W. Bush.      excited

How does that make you feel?
After all that, you know deep down there will be another Democrat in office, because the GOP cannot trot out one decent candidate.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:19 PM

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The GOP has the decent candidates, crows - however they hear the Left call these candidates "extreme" and accept it. It is utterly amazing.

I want to know when we hit the tipping point that refusing to vote for stealing literally trillions of dollars from yet to be born generations of Americans became "extreme", and voting for stealing trillions of dollars from yet to be born Americans became "moderate" and "mainstream". When did this happen?
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Posted: 6/18/2014 11:04 PM

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12thRaven wrote: The GOP has the decent candidates, crows - however they hear the Left call these candidates "extreme" and accept it. It is utterly amazing.

I want to know when we hit the tipping point that refusing to vote for stealing literally trillions of dollars from yet to be born generations of Americans became "extreme", and voting for stealing trillions of dollars from yet to be born Americans became "moderate" and "mainstream". When did this happen?
I'm a single issue voter, so I don't care about how calls who crazy, etc. Here is what I define as decent:

- win an election

Here is a guide on how to do it (you don't even have to believe in this stuff, just *say* it and you can get elected; worked for the current administration):
- not care about teh gayz
- not care about fetuses
- not care about pot
- dont say you are going to repeal every law on the books since the 1920s 
- tell college students you'll pay for their condoms and birth control. also say something about student loan reform. dont actually do this though, you'll make it worse
- bring the troops home
- dont even bother addressing immigration, but just say something that doesnt piss off mexicans
- no new gun laws
- do not pick sarah palin as VP

if you are a republican, since you'll already going to get most of your party votes anyways, you can trick just enough independent voters, and young people to win some swing states

and thats all i want, no new gun laws, and I guess dont **** with stock market either. In 3 years I went from really caring about politics, to complete and utter voter apathy. i dont even read the news anymore unless it somehow affects me.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 11:19 PM

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Anyone hear anything about Obamacare lately?  Hmmmmmm....

Bengahzi is now dead.

There might be some more mileage from the IRS nonscandal that they have been "slo-rolling" now for what seems like three years.  Only Fux Noise viewers pay attention to that long buried scandal.

Even at 41% or whatever he is, his approval is still higher than any other politician. 

I can live with a low approval rating with Obamacare - Check,  gay marriage - check, climate change legislation - check, No more wars - check.  out of Iraq - check, moving out of Afghanistan - check.  no more recession - check, 401k absolutely killing it - check.  What else???? wow. 

Connies all panty-bunched - check. 

Ready For Hillary - check

Even Crows gets to dangle his weapon between his loins.  He is a happy guy.

Last edited 6/18/2014 11:20 PM by GalenSevinne

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Posted: 6/19/2014 8:21 AM

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 GalenSevinne wrote:

Even at 41% or whatever he is, his approval is still higher than any other politician. 


Lower than Bush...................      rolling.gif
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Posted: 6/19/2014 10:37 AM

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no more recession???  Laughable.  
Average American wages still below those prior to Obama- Check
Regressive grocery inflation - check
regressive energy inflation- check

yup, the middle class is MUCH worse off then 6 years ago, recession still going...
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Posted: 6/19/2014 11:13 AM

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jonboy79 wrote: no more recession???  Laughable.  
Average American wages still below those prior to Obama- Check

Regressive grocery inflation - check

regressive energy inflation- check

yup, the middle class is MUCH worse off then 6 years ago, recession still going...
jonboy, you know that we don't count food and energy in the official inflation numbers. That's because food and energy aren't essential items.      noidea

Therefore there IS NO INFLATION !!!!

Keep repeating....................
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Posted: 6/20/2014 12:18 AM

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"Thou shalt not steal... thou shalt not covet... thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor..." Genesis

Actually 12th, that is from Exodus.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 12:22 AM

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There is no inflation, all is wonderful with the economy.  People are working at record numbers.  Ben Ghazi did not happen and the man responsible has been arrested!  Iraq is stable on the wonderful Obama!  The Middle East has never been more calm and peaceful!
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Barrack Obama's administration has not lost emails, they have not released terrorists, they have been completely honest and transparent.  All Hail Obama!
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Posted: 6/20/2014 10:15 AM

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Baltimore Greg wrote: "Thou shalt not steal... thou shalt not covet... thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor..." Genesis

Actually 12th, that is from Exodus.

But didn't Moses get these when he emerged from the Ark after 40 days and nights - then see his shadow, which brought on 6 more weeks of winter?  biggrin

Thank you for the correction - my CCD teacher would pull my hair if she saw that post!
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Posted: 6/23/2014 7:40 PM

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It's looking more and more now that both Dem and Hillary fatigue are setting in as scandal after scandal rock this amateur debacle we lovingly call "The Obama Administration". Repubs will keep the House this year - probably add seats to boot. The barometer of how pissed the people are at The Party though will be the Senate. If the GOP takes the Senate, it will have overcome a 6 seat deficit in a single election to change control of parties - a huge and not so common event. It's looking even more as though even the Dems are conceding the landslide.

Hillary in 2016? It's looking more and more that it will not be the case. She's so weak and so damaged in so many ways - conservatives have of course known this for years, but the mainstreamers are finally catching up and realizing what a fraud she is. It's kind of sad how this has been failure of a politician and statewoman has been reduced to hocking her book at CostCo and can't gather enough interest to keep the book in the top 10 for more than one week. She's politically dead.

And, yes, we agree. Obama's successor will be better. If Carter ran again and won, the statement would be true.

I'm looking for Castro to be fast-tracked to candidacy - maybe even as early as 2016. When Martin O'Malley is your most appealing candidate at this point, your party's got serious problems.
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Posted: 6/23/2014 8:29 PM

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baltravens wrote: (R)'s have no shot at winning the White House if Hillary runs. They know it too since floating Mitchell Rumny as a candidate for 2016.biggrin

Sit back and relax working middle class, President Obama's in power, and his successor will be even better.biggrin
Like Al Gore was a lock in 2000.
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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:02 AM

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12thRaven wrote: It's looking more and more now that both Dem and Hillary fatigue are setting in as scandal after scandal rock this amateur debacle we lovingly call "The Obama Administration". Repubs will keep the House this year - probably add seats to boot. The barometer of how pissed the people are at The Party though will be the Senate. If the GOP takes the Senate, it will have overcome a 6 seat deficit in a single election to change control of parties - a huge and not so common event. It's looking even more as though even the Dems are conceding the landslide.

Hillary in 2016? It's looking more and more that it will not be the case. She's so weak and so damaged in so many ways - conservatives have of course known this for years, but the mainstreamers are finally catching up and realizing what a fraud she is. It's kind of sad how this has been failure of a politician and statewoman has been reduced to hocking her book at CostCo and can't gather enough interest to keep the book in the top 10 for more than one week. She's politically dead.

And, yes, we agree. Obama's successor will be better. If Carter ran again and won, the statement would be true.

I'm looking for Castro to be fast-tracked to candidacy - maybe even as early as 2016. When Martin O'Malley is your most appealing candidate at this point, your party's got serious problems.
12th: tongue



Scandal after scandal ROCK the administration!!!!! 

No really, 12th you.....

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