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rse

And it really calls into question the Fifth Columnists in the media. Ready to hide every discordant fact.

I suspect this will make it more difficult to overtly play favorites in what is asked in the debates. It's quite a tsunami of relevant info the media has been trying to keep from voters.

sbw

As this thread magically appeared on jOM I was writing an editorial for Tuesday headlined:

"Look! Squirrel!"

pagar

"suddenly exposed on national security and foreign policy"

Suddenly?

Frank Marshall Davis, William Ayers ("Guilty as sin, free as a bird")and the other leftist and only leftists associates in his life preclude the use of "suddenly".
He has always been exposed on national security and foreign policy, IMO.

Clarice

How can it be under investigation when there has been no investigation initiated? There are no investigators in Libya and as far as I can ascertain Holder has assigned no one to investigate. Maybe they'll get around to it on the Fourth of never or something.

sbw

Suddenly and unexpectedly, a squirrel.

Melinda Romanoff

The only people whom reflexively shut up during federal investigations are criminals and their retained counsel.

To be told "Shut Up." is a bit more than just insulting.

Jane - Mock the Media!

Today's Mark Steyn column is spectacular!

Here's a taste: No doubt living in Obama’s future will be peachy. But in the meantime we have to live in his present — the one he’s nominally in charge of, the only one available. It is tempting to compare him to a great magician, artfully producing flags of many lands from his breast pocket while misdirecting the audience. In fact, Obama’s misdirection isn’t even that good: In essence, he’s promising to perform spectacular tricks at some unspecified point in the future even as he stands on stage with an empty top hat, and the girl in spangled tights he sawed in half is bleeding all over the floor.

MarkO

Jane, my love. We double teamed it.

narciso

'Squirrel' has been too often used, yes they had the intelligence, from the working group, the cable traffic from Cairo, the fatwa from Zawahiri,
but they ignored it, My piece follows the old Fielding Mellish line, from Bananas, 'two mockeries of a sham'

Yes I googled the defendant's name, Nakoula Basseley, and his whole public history, including interviews to Radio Sawa, comes up in the wiki.

Threadkiller

Remember when Carney-val Barker wasn't so careless to attach himself to a coverup?

Q Just quickly, back on the birth certificate, yesterday you said this was a settled issue. So --

MR. CARNEY: Well, as Dan said, again, it has been a settled issue.

MR. PFEIFFER: From a factual point of view, it’s absolutely a settled issue. But the fact that it was a settled issue did not keep it from becoming a major part of the political discussion in this town for the last several weeks here. So there’s absolutely no question that what the President released in 2008 was his birth certificate and answered that question, and many of your organizations have done excellent reporting which proved that to be the case. But it continued; the President thought it was a sideshow and chose to take this step today for the reasons Bob laid out.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2011/04/27/press-gaggle-press-secretary-jay-carney-4272011

Hot potato lands in Dan's lap! Jay is in the clear.

Say, I remember this Dan guy. He is known for his accuracy, isn't he?

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/07/white-house-aide-pfeiffer-apologizes-for-churchill-bust-controversy/

Oops.


bgates

Mel, you have two sentences there, and I can't understand either of 'em.

If I learned only two things from Martha Stewart, it's how to make a pear and Camembert appetizer with a little honey/balsamic vinegar glaze and don't volunteer information to a federal investigator.

Second, I don't know who told who to shut up, nor what connection that has to the other sentence.

narciso

Well I've dubbed him, Alinsky's sorcerer's apprentice, because he really doesn't know what he's doing. I mean you can't say to the Pakistani
'we're confining our drone strikes to this area,
and then hit another, because among other things,
the ISI for instance had the likes of Colonel Imam, who trained Mullah Omar, the SSG which is their elite commando team, gives rise to the likes of Illyas Kashmiri.

Janet

Is there even one reporter left in America? We need that one brave soul to ask President Obama exactly what he meant by "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."
I don't want an explanation from anybody else. Ask Obama.
Ask Obama about the "crude and disgusting video" & what parts of the video this statement applies to - "message must be rejected by all who respect our common humanity."
Has he ever even seen the video? Will a reporter ask?

"The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."
- those should be Obama's famous 13 words.


Melinda Romanoff

bgates-

The veiled implication from Carney that any more questions on this subject will be met with "no comment, due to an ongoing..." when, in fact, there is little evidence of Any "ongoing...." at all is beside the point.

"Ignore that man behind the curtain and shut up.", he said.

They're just buying themselves some time until the next gaffe cycle can be manufactured and this sordid mess can be truly
and properly swept under the rug.

Have I mentioned that I am spittin' pissed about this and am fearful of what the next escalation these children are inviting?

Jack is Back

Mel,

Saw your question in the thread last nigh. I had already turned in.

I think you are talking about Saint Sixtus which is considered the world's greatest beer but you have to travel all the way to the monastery in order to drink it and buy it in very limited quantities. See if that rings a bell.

Jack is Back

Mel,

Need to add that the "Abbaye' is St. Sixtus but the beer is called "Westvletern". It is down near Ieper (Ypres) and Poperinge in West Flanders. They only fire up the kettles once a week and cars line up at 1000hrs in order to get their limit of 10 cases at the small hatch by the "abbaye" or you can get it by the bottle and glass a small cafe nearby. My wife and I visited the cafe to drink it while touring the trenches.

Melinda Romanoff

I was asking for more specifics on a conversation I overheard by two beer geeks, one of whom had made the trek. It was years ago on the trading floor and I'd be hard pressed to find either of the boys.

narciso

Now I expect such idiocy from Carney, as It was patented by Jason Bateman in the early eighties, now I don't get this part,

Peter D. Feaver, a Duke University professor who worked on Mr. Bush’s national security staff, said there was no evidence that the administration was untruthful in its early accounts. But he said it was possible that the White House chose to emphasize certain elements, like the popular outrage in the Arab world against a video mocking the Prophet Muhammad, over other elements, like a possible link between the assailants and Al Qaeda. Such a narrative, he said, would have done less to draw attention away from the uproar over Mr. Romney’s response.

So I was wrong, Landler, re his byline will likely inherit Friedman's column, Widlanski has pointed out, that 'Flathead' got the whole whole
Sabra and Shatila story, wrong, from the get go
and that set the template, because among other things, despite?? having been taught by Professor Hourani, his Arabic is weak, plus he's a jackass.

narciso

I know he's from Duke but regardless I've come to expect better from him, this piece seems to focus a little more,

http://dailycaller.com/2012/09/29/msm-guilt-finally-kicking-in/

However, TM, you could throw up Eli Lake, who is
the real shoe leather reporter, on this story.

Jane - Mock the Media!

We double teamed it.

And it was so well deserved.

Danube of Thought

Minus 14 at Raz today.

Leads Romney by 2.

Jack is Back

Mel,

Believe me its St. Sixtus since it is the only "Abbaye" beer not bottled for retail sales anywhere. You have to go there on a Saturday only and sit in your car by the curb for the witching hour. Its the smallest of all the Trappist Abbaye's and dates to the 1830's.

MarkO

"Minus 14 at Raz today.
Leads Romney by 2."

Trending Doom?

narciso

Really, they do insult our intelligence more and more, when we see this;


http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/09/28/intercepts-show-attackers-on-u-s-consulate-in-benghazi-bragged-to-al-qaeda.html

Now they outlined the method that was used, and
how bin Qumu, came up, which is classic 'blowback'
but Tom Weiner has moved on to the FBI beat.

Threadkiller

Peter D. Feaver, Professor of Political Science, Director, Triangle Institute for Security Studies and Director, Program in American Grand Strategy

Education: PhD, Harvard University, 1990 A.M., Harvard University, 1986


http://fds.duke.edu/db/Sanford/pfeaver

♬ Ten thousand men of Harvard
want vict'ry today,
For they know that o'er old Eli
Fair Harvard holds sway.
So then we'll conquer old Eli's men,
And when the game ends, we'll sing again:
Ten thousand men of Harvard
gained vict'ry today! ♬

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--said there was no evidence that the administration was untruthful in its early accounts--

I suppose if one were charitable and didn't want to call this guy the effing jackass he is you could say, 'no, they were only untruthful in their medium and long term accounts'.
What the hell does he call Rice sitting there a week afterward bald faced lying to us about it being a spontaneous riot over the film clip?
What does he call Barry spending his UN speech blaming the recent violence in the ME on the film clip?

The Stupid Party lives...for now.

narciso

Yes, TK, I get that, and the piece suggests that AQIM, is the more prominent partner, although the Sinjar report referenced by Windrem, would indicate that they could gather sizable cadres who had fought in Iraq, and later Afghanistan.


Elements of the U.S. intelligence community were well aware of the threat al Qaeda posed in eastern Libya before the 9/11 anniversary. In August, the Library of Congress at the direction of a U.S. government research organization that focuses on counterterrorism concluded that al Qaeda was well on its way to resurgence inside post-Muammar Gaddafi Libya. The unclassified report commissioned by the Combatting Terrorism Technical Support Office’s Irregular Warfare Support Program said al Qaeda’s senior leadership “in Pakistan dispatched trusted senior operatives as emissaries and leaders who could supervise building a network. Al-Qaeda has established a core network in Libya, but it remains clandestine and refrains from using the al-Qaeda name.”

Captain Hate

Tonight I'll be drinking Ommegang's Hennepin Ale, a saison/farmhouse ale that was the only one of the Ommegang brand that Duvel decided to brew themselves in Belgium once they bought the brewery.

Who is this Feaver tenured dimwit; one of Brodhead's Gang of 88 who made complete asses out of the school? How did Pitzer miss out on this sooper jeenyus?

Captain Hate

Thank you, TK; obviously he comes well recommended from Top Men.

narciso

;Well he seems to be currently affiliated with CNAS, but that was topline Vizzini work


http://fds.duke.edu/db/aas/PoliticalScience/faculty/pfeaver

MarkO

It depends on the meaning of evidence.

Thomas Collins

Ignatz, I'm hoping that they were being untruthful. If they seriously believed the notion of the attacks stemming from a spontaneous demonstration based on a six month old video, they fall below the minimum standards, even for a leftist Adminstration, that one needs to conduct American foreign and national security policy.

I am getting to the point where I have concluded that Romney losing to Obama would be more dangerous for our national security than Reagan losing to Carter would have been.

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

DNI, another bungling bureaucracy, now not even that level of incompetence, just another shill or deflection shield for the administration, Turner projecting Crapper, err, Clapper.

In the past, the intel took the fall becasue it had to protect the dictat, today it takes the fall becasue that is the only thing it is capable of doing.

Jack is Back

CH,

Ah, a saison. Hard to find here but if you ever come across it you have to try a Saison de Silly from the small town Enghein on the river Sille.

But saison's are an endangered beer in Belgium since they are small batch farmhouse ales and hard to compete in the big markets.

bgates

Thanks, Mel.

Now, because everybody loves quizzes:
Place your states. I got 98% with an average error of 5 miles.

MarkO

Of course they were lying. Obama has made a life out of lying, about everything, including his father, his girlfriends, his academic records, his policies, his motives.

If he told the truth about this, it should ruin his chances of staying in power, so he had every reason to lie. What he failed to consider was that the media wouldn't have reported the truth anyway.

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

"My foreign policy has three fundamental branches.

First, confidence in our cause. A recognition that the principles America was based upon is not something we shrink from or apologize for. That we stand for those principles.

The second is clarity in our purpose. Which is when we have a foreign policy objective, we describe it honestly and clearly to the American people to Congress and to the people of the world.

And number three is resolve in our might. That in those rare circumstances, those rare circumstances where we decide its essential for us to apply military might. That we do so with overwhelming force. That we do so in the clarity of our mission. Understanding the nature of the US interest involved. Understanding when the mission is complete. What will be left behind us when that mission has been terminated.

These elements, I believe, are essential to our foreign policy and I haven’t seen them from the President. As I’ve watched over the past three and a half years, the President has had some successes, he’s had some failures. It’s a hit or miss approach. But it has not been based upon sound foreign policy."


Things Mr Romney said
.

narciso

Yes, they couldn't really 'fix' the intelligence, so they denied it altogether, because it stemmed from one of their own initiatives, and in te process they undercut the administration, of someone who has served as an ally.

you're right, Sandy, this isn't the Carter administration, this is Barry Commoner level of
insanity, we're facing here, something out of Drury's darker tomes

Jane - Mock the Media!

Obama is begging defense companies to not send out lay-off notices, pre-election due to the sequestor.

It will be interesting to see who complies. Gee those darn labor policies coming back to bite him in the ass.

Captain Hate

I am getting to the point where I have concluded that Romney losing to Obama would be more dangerous for our national security than Reagan losing to Carter would have been.

I passed that point a long time ago. Adultery of the Heart was a dimwit who got almost everything wrong but in his addled mind he only hated part of the country. The JEF hates it all and is willing to take everything down.

Cecil Turner

The truly stunning part of the story is this, which points up the success of Administration propaganda on foreign policy:

. . . have left President Obama suddenly exposed on national security and foreign policy, a field where he had enjoyed a seemingly unassailable advantage over Mitt Romney . . .
I mean, seriously? Did killing Bin Laden really enhance our security to the point it puts the President on a different FP plane from his challenger? For that matter, did it enhance our security at all? Does anyone else see an obvious problem with a security response to an organization of suicide bombers that entails hunting down individuals--after the fact--in retribution? If the goal is to make people feel better, it might be reasonable; but as a protective measure, it has some rather obvious drawbacks.

Under GWB, the focus was on Al Qaeda's infrastructure and state sponsors. This approach targets capabilities, and leaves the detail work to host nations (i.e., putting pressure on nations to control their territory, and potential terrorists therein). The Obama approach seems to be one of rapprochement, targeting motivation. Color me crazy, but I doubt Al Qaeda is going to have difficulty finding folks to attack America . . . nor do I think the average Middle Easterner is going to go out on a limb to try to stop 'em (based on his good feelings for the West). Which policy made more sense? And even if feel-good policies worked, the execution is incoherent. Speeches don't outweigh news accounts of Hellfire missiles and punitive raids into Pakistan.

Bin Laden is dead. And that's good. But in the big picture his death made little difference, even in Al Qaeda's operations. Meanwhile, state sponsors of terrorism see little downside in flouting America, and Al Qaeda is mounting operations such as it hadn't even tried in years. Even amongst supposedly allied host nations, they watch as protesters overrun our embassy (and plant an Al Qaeda flag). This is foreign policy progress?

dublindave

If Swiss Mitt wasn't suffering from 'premature politicization' he could have used this failure to gain much needed ground. Instead, he provided 'much needed' cover for the President.


Mitt is a closet Democrat and this has been the greatest political con job of all time.

Jack is Back

Didn't Clapper just come out and blame his own DNI on failing to get the G2 right about Libya and not the WH? Well he was a political appointee, wasn't he.

/Obama lied and People died.

hit and run

I got 96% right on the states, average miss was 10 miles.

Got Arkansas first and missed it. Knew where it went, but without the reference of other state boundaries, I was off. Then I just wasn't paying attention to Maryland. Sorry OL.

narciso

Well he's being a good 'kamikazi scotsman' and throwing himself under the bus, Anyone who actually read Landler's piece, emerged marginally
less informed than when they started it.

Soylent Red

I am getting to the point where I have concluded that Romney losing to Obama would be more dangerous for our national security than Reagan losing to Carter would have been.

As evil as the Soviets were, they were rational actors who behaved in a predictable manner. These Mohametans? Not so much.

That Brett Baier timeline video needs to be pushed out to the friends and relatives of every freedom loving person. It not only shows incompetence, but also a willingness to lie to the American public for political reasons.

centralcal

David Burge ‏@iowahawkblog

#RIP Punch Sulzberger, and condolences to his survivors Pinch, Slap, Squeeze, and Wedgie.

Breaking News ‏@BreakingNews

Arthur O. Sulzberger, former New York Times publisher, dies at 86, family says - @nytimes http://nyti.ms/PzDjw1

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

As a career Intel guy, one would think that Crapper, err Clapper, would bring at least some professional experience to the position, JiB.

Sadly, whatever he may had had, is gone. Hell, even USAF 2LT Crapper, err Clapper, would have gotten the Benghazi call correct--without the entire United States Intelligence Community establishment sitting beside or below him.

narciso

Meanwhile, the likes of Milbank, comments on the size of the clown nose on Mr. Reset;

http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/09/27/3023882/a-hit-man-for-hillary-clinton.html

I couldn't find anything on Shawn Turner, when his first statements were vomited forth, so I imagine
they found him in the DNI coffee shop, and told him, there's your sign.

Soylent Red

Arthur O. Sulzberger, former New York Times publisher, dies at 86

I wonder if he's going to be wrapped in newspaper and deposited in a NYC Transit garbage can.

Too soon?

Jack is Back

Sandy,

My memory fails me but isn't Clapper the guy who was testifying before some Congressional committee and didn't know of some offending or terrorist attack somewhere????

I'll bet narciso knows what I am talking about here.

Soylent Red

Arthur O. Sulzberger, former New York Times publisher, dies at 86

I hope they don't publish his obituary in the NYT. Outside liberal enclaves, no one will know he's dead.

pagar

Janet @09:24, I don't think there is any need to ask Obama what he meant. As far as I can tell every thing that upsets the devote is considered slander. The activities listed in the link must certainly be slander.

http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2012/09/29/saudis-detain-900-women-for-traveling-without-a-male/

"Saudi authorities are holding 908 Nigerian women in poor conditions “with some needing urgent medical attention” at King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah and threatened to deport them, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria said in a report submitted to Nigerian lawmakers Wednesday."

Remember, Obama will have a lot more flexibility once he gets rid of the 1st amendment.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--I got 98% with an average error of 5 miles.

Posted by: bgates | September 29, 2012 at 10:19 AM--

90%,avg error 24 miles. The midwest killed me right off the bat. Pitiful.

Threadkiller

" Ann Coulter: The Very Popular Birther Issue Has Nothing To Do With Obama Being Black"

http://youtu.be/VJTeA4M4eh4


Now you tell us

Soylent Red

"You’re not buying news when you buy The New York Times. You’re buying judgment.”

Well...that statement is half right.

/two minutes of Pinch hate

Janet

As evil as the Soviets were, they were rational actors who behaved in a predictable manner. These Mohametans? Not so much.

That is exactly what Netanyahu said in his UN speech.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Meanwhile, state sponsors of terrorism see little downside in flouting America...--

Iran sees at best an uninterested America when Barry stands by sucking his thumb while the green revolution is crushed and he endlessly dances with them over useless sanctions.
Meanwhile the tier of North African states which had been quiescent, even Libya, are now turned into hotbeds of Islamism. When Algeria has become the most reasonable actor on the block you know the neighborhood has gone to hell in the last couple of years. Must be Bush's fault.

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

but, but, but, it is predictable irrationality, is it not?

and if it is predictable rationality, can we not formulate a rational response to that irrationality?

Why yes, yes we can.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Gag me with a spoon.
The right sidebar is a Nextag ad featuring "The Michelle Obama Radiant Beauty Figurine" $59.99, the "An Historic Change, Barack and Michelle" commemorative plate $34.95 and finally the "Blue Q-Mighty Michelle Shopper" tote bag, $7.91.

Somebody actually buys this crap?

Rick Ballard

"Trending Doom?"

Depends on the size of the Dem pop in Partisan ID on Monday. Ras has the full post convention pop in his model at the moment and if it is sustained (historically unlikely) then the situation becomes problematic. It's a 21 day moving average so don't expect sharp movement.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Let me add that certain portions of the Michele Obama Radiant Beauty Figurine did not appear to be rendered strictly to scale so perhaps they were factory seconds which would account for the bargain price.

Jane - Mock the Media!

BGates,

That map game was a hoot. I had no idea I had no idea where Iowa and Arkansas are!

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

This may have already been linked but here is a "fact check" of the video that our president claims is a slander against the execrable mohammad (pee be upon him).
Why is it Barry along with muslims can't handle the truth?

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Got Arkansas first and missed it.--

I guess it doesn't go in the same order every time then, which makes comparing scores tough. I had a bunch of unconnected midwest states without national or coastal borders right off the bat.
At least that's my story and...well, you know the rest.

Chubby

((.... As I’ve watched over the past three and a half years, the President has had some successes..."))

nice speech but wth does he always insert props to Obama?

narciso

Because he in part received his wisdom from Said, who according to Sir. Bernard Lewis, got so many facts wrong, that his conclusions aren't worthy
of considerations,

Jack is Back

I got 100% and 0 miles.

Of course, my first state was Florida and I stopped after that.

That Baier Timeline is devastating and allows me to unabashedly call both Odummy and HIllary truly POS squared.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

BTW, if you think the mohammad trailer livened things up wait until this hits the screens of the world.
A historically accurate portrayal of mohammad's life from the perspective of him being a clinical narcissist and epileptic given to hallucinations, psychopathic violence and sexual predation.
Assuming the religion of peace allows the guy to live long enough to tell the truth about the big M.

Charlie (Colorado)

NICK

Huh!? What kind of chump do you take me for?

ROCKY

First class!

narciso

I wouldn't take any long odds on that,

Janet

Thanks for the links, Ignatz!!

matt

But Said is an authentic Palestinian, so he must be more correct than Lewis.

Recently, there was another case where the Administration used a fall guy/fall agency to shield the White House, and I believe there have been several other instances over the course of the past 3 1/2 years. Anyone have a handle on this?

Porchlight

Wasn't Said actually an Egyptian from a prosperous background?

Hard to imagine an intellectual who has done more damage to US interests half-century than Said. And of course Obama is a fanboi.

narciso

Well this is the second time, that DNI has been caught flatfooted on an actual attack, the first time Admiral Blair was thrown under the bus, the first NCTC chief, Leiter, now a consultant to MSNBC, I think from the Windrem piece, and the NYPD's surveillance division, has been target, because of their solid track records, also see ATF in F&F, to obscure DOJ and even NSC's involvement.

Porchlight

*in the last* half-century

Extraneus

it is predictable irrationality, is it not?

It is, and we could certainly come up with an effective approach to it, but that would involve slandering the Prophet, and destroying and desecrating some of his holy sites, and burning his book, because these things seem to distress them. Surely a cruise missile aimed at the rock in retaliation for their next attack might cause some of them to reconsider their approach.

Unfortunately, the future doesn't belong to those who would slander the Prophet. Or, maybe it does and Obama's full of shit.

Janet

Wasn't Said actually an Egyptian from a prosperous background?

Yeah, that's what I thought too. Another leftist phony background guy.

Porchlight

Due to mouse error and child knocking my elbow, I got 92% and 13 miles. I wouldn't have scored perfectly otherwise, but I certainly wouldn't have dropped New Jersey into the Atlantic either.

Danube of Thought

Been on the road and a bit out of touch, but will somebody tell me how in the name of bleeding Jesus Christ schoolkids in Colorado are being told what they can and cannot eat by Michelle Obama?

Jack is Back

Looks like Preezy is making another of those "gutsy" calls by firing the current 4 star Marine General leading Afghanistan and replacing him with another 4 star Marine General who really knows this time how to unscrew us there.

This will work.

narciso

Yes he was born in Cairo, as was Arafat, in 1937, as I recall, Of the first generation of leadership, only Abu Mazen was born in Palestine proper, I believe.

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

Extraneous:

B - 6 1

Or as JiB mentioned last week, but some stock in Corning.

Or as Kipling summarized years ago.

maryrose

Romney, must must must hammer Obama in the foreign policy debate about his administration ,with his permission LYING about the Benghazi attack. No fall guys aloud. This one sits squarely on Odummy's head. Hillary has finished her career with this one.

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

(but--> buy)


OBTW - 2016 has been reposted on the web. If you missed it last weekend, here's another chance (until it is pulled again).

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

maryrose, regrettably it seems that all are surviving in their careers. So much for Issa holding that lying sack of $h!t Holder's feet to the fire. A big nothing-burger. Same to with every other POS in the administration. Hillary is certainly not the worst. Where is the groundswell to FIRE Rice?

Well past time for a Black-Gray-White list to be made.

ABO becasue OMG  !           Sandy Daze

Remember the bigger your crimes, the lesser your proportional punishment. Post a video to YouTube, and you are re-incarcerated without bail.

Otherwise, you get a peace prize:


matt

are we talking Edward Said? LUN.

Of course there are two Said's to every issuee.

narciso

Abe's son, has certainly proved not be a chip off the old block;


http://takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/28/bolton-calls-obamas-benghazi-response-limp-wristed/

Captain Hate

I hope they don't publish his obituary in the NYT. Outside liberal enclaves, no one will know he's dead.

Think they'll mention how he ignored the Holocaust while it was happening? Duranty wasn't an outlying point.

pagar

Narciso, Amb Bolton seems to have stirred the anger of the anti American NYT. Judging by that article their editors could make extra money doing PR work for the Libya murderers.

Frau Zauberlehrling

narciso's brilliant "Alinsky's sorcerer's apprentice" is too good not to share.

narciso

Borrow freely, Frau, clearly Steiner is used to pyrrhic exercises;

http://www.columbusmonthly.com/January-2011/To-the-rescue/

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