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  • tngenchek tngenchek Sep 19, 2013 7:34 PM Flag

    Quizuzzle ? What does it take to shame a DimLib

    Guess we'll never know !

    Spitting on Their Graves: Democrats Leave Benghazi Hearing Before Testimony From Families of Victims

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    • Daughter of a wounded warrior goes to the White House, squirtle criticizes the POTUS for writing her excused absence. Vets deserve better.

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      • "Vets deserve better."

        Looks like the messiah's "ever-expending" incompetence makes him "worser" than ever, Lambchop. Albeit he did break another of Peanut's records of ineptitude...

        "Former U.S. marine Amir Hekmati, who is currently being held in Iran on espionage allegations, penned a letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry from behind bars this month. The letter, obtained by The Guardian after it was smuggled out of a Tehran jail, states that Hekmati's 2011 confession was forced.

        "For over two years I have been held on false charges based solely on confessions obtained by force, threats, miserable prison conditions and prolonged periods of solitary confinement," Hekmati wrote.

      • I mean compared to a surrender monkey like Ted Cruz...

      • "Vets deserve better."

        Anything's better than the messiah's "ever-expending" incompetence Lambchop...

        "The ranks of veterans waiting more than a year for their benefits grew from 11,000 in 2009, the first year of Obama’s presidency, to 245,000 in December – an increase of more than 2,000 percent.

        As a candidate, Obama had promised to revamp a “broken VA bureaucracy,” but the documents reveal that many of the administration’s attempts – including efforts to boost staffing and computerize claims processing – have fallen apart in the implementation. Calls to the White House press office were not returned."

    • Although, Ted Cruz does seem to have taken the incompetent award. "and Ted Cruz is admitting defeat?"-one senior GOP aide-Huffpo. Bob Corker (R-TN): "I didn't got to Princeton or Harvard, but I can count." Peter King (R-NY)-"Cruz's defund-Obamacare plan a 'fraud against the American people'. "Whether its Custer, whether its kamikaze, or whether its Gallipoli or whatever, we are going to lose this."
      The party of Totally Ridiculous and Stupid!

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      • Nancy Pelosi is more well-liked around here-GOP aide.
        The Party of Totally Ridiculous and Stupid.
        7b4 and after welcomes his incompetent comrades.

      • "Ted Cruz does seem to have taken the incompetent award"

        The chump-in-chief will only give up his gold "metal" for incompetence when they pry it from his cold stiff hands, Lambchop. Albeit do I have to disagree with the following "Facts yes", as the messiah should not be underestimated for his capacity to have even "worser" moments as he limps towards the end of his reign of incompetence on such wretched, wretched feet....

        "After largely sitting on the sidelines during Syria’s civil war, which is well into its third year, the White House’s response to the poison-gas attack in the Damascus suburbs startled commanders.

        “These last few weeks have raised serious doubts about their agonizing failure to reach a clear decision,” said Anthony H. Cordesman, a military strategy expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and a former senior intelligence official at the Pentagon.“This basically was seen as the president’s worst moment.” "

    • Almost as incompetent as the Kamikaze GOP mission described by the WSJ!

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      • "Almost as incompetent as the Kamikaze GOP mission described by the WSJ!"

        The Libocrits are cuttin' and runnin' so hard from the messiah's incompetence they might have to call your podiatrist Lambchop...

        "Among the reasons Obama sought an eleventh-hour deal with Russia over Syria's chemical weapons was the certainty he would lose a vote in the Democratically controlled Senate to authorize military force. Majority Leader Harry Reid was a distant and uncertain trumpet. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., gave wide and therefore dismissive berth to Obama."

        "Meanwhile, rank-and-file Democrats were either silent on, or sprinting away from, Syria."

    • War? What war?

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      • "War? What war?"

        Looks like the messiah's own flunkies are obliterating him due to his red line fever Lambchop. Albeit he did cut and run from himself almost as fast as you bolted from your georgie boy...

        "President Obama’s first two defense secretaries publicly questioned the administration’s handling of the Syrian crisis on Tuesday night and expressed skepticism about whether Russia can broker a deal to remove Syria’s chemical weapons.

        In a joint appearance in Dallas, both former Pentagon chiefs, Robert M. Gates and Leon E. Panetta, were critical of Mr. Obama for asking Congress to authorize the use of force against Syria in retaliation over its use of chemical weapons"

 
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