You need to increase your vocabulary.
Yes, I can really learn a lot from a faggy with the alias "jhytrgdgbhfujrhtgyfrfe"
A few on this board, I won't mention names, should practice this prayer everyday! L
This from Cumgobbler, who just recently advised Verm to eat feces.
Over one year has passed since the attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi, Libya, but families of the four Americans killed continue to search for answers.
Exactly 30 years (10/23/83) have passed since the attack on the United States Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, but families of the TWO HUNDRED FOURTEEN Americans killed continue to search for answers.
Guess they won't be getting any, since Reagan folded his tent and ran home with his tail between his legs. NO ONE was ever punished or caught. The mission was a failure.
So sad that Cumgobbler doesn't care about 214 dead American heroes.
On this solemn 30th anniversary of Reagan's treachery, let us remember one thing: Contards kill 214 Americans in Beirut, and 4,000-plus Americans based on a Fake WMD War in Iraq, and Cumgobbler says nothing -- indeed he gleefully cashes his free taxpayer-provided welfare checks from GOVT HIRED HANDS.
But if a Democrat lets 4 Americans die overseas, watch out -- the feces start flying!!
Even funnier is the nutcase who wrote the NY Post article -- Edward Klein.
"Klein has been criticized for his biography of Hillary Clinton, titled, The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She'll Go to Become President, which was released on June 21, 2005. Politico criticized the book for "serious factual errors, truncated and distorted quotes and overall themes [that] don't gibe with any other serious accounts of Clinton's life." The book was attacked not only by liberals, but by conservatives as well. John Podhoretz wrote in the New York Post, "Thirty pages into it, I wanted to take a shower. Sixty pages into it, I wanted to be decontaminated. And 200 pages into it, I wanted someone to drive stakes through my eyes so I wouldn't have to suffer through another word." In National Review James Geraghty wrote, “Folks, there are plenty of arguments against Hillary Clinton, her policies, her views, her proposals, and her philosophies. This stuff ain’t it. Nobody on the right, left, or center ought to stoop to this level.”
Well...Mouth Breather has never had any problems stooping to any level.
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So funny to see the right-wing insane blogosphere go nuts over this.
I Googled this and found nothing but Contard blogs yelling about this -- literally the first 30 entries included Breitbart, Fox, The Blaze, Christian Post, Washington Times, Freedom Outpost, Newsmax, Raw Story, Newsbusters, Glenn Beck, Liberty Alliance, Patriot Update and Free Republic -- all bible thumpers or gun huggers or Contard political lobbyists or media whackos. Meanwhile, zero actual news stories.
It's like the world's biggest phone tree -- they just shout the same garbage at each other within seconds.
Here's an interesting bit of Fox News skullduggery from David Folkenflik's new book on Rupert Murdoch's media empire, courtesy of Media Matters:
In a chapter focusing on how Fox utilized its notoriously ruthless public relations department in the mid-to-late 00's, Folkenflik reports that Fox's PR staffers would "post pro-Fox rants" in the comments sections of "negative and even neutral" blog posts written about the network. According to Folkenflik, the staffers used various tactics to cover their tracks, including setting up wireless broadband connections that "could not be traced back" to the network.
From the book itself:
Fox PR staffers were expected to counter not just negative and even neutral blog postings but the anti-Fox comments beneath them. One former staffer recalled using twenty different aliases to post pro-Fox rants. Another had one hundred. Several employees had to acquire a cell phone thumb drive to provide a wireless broadband connection that could not be traced back to a Fox News or News Corp account.
Folkenflik's book has already roiled News Corp with its account of Wall Street Journal staffers who found their attempts to report on the company's phone hacking scandal met with roadblock after roadblock. (The company denied the account.)
According to USC 5234809808240832048209581082309483848288288.2343243244, it is treasonous to post 100-plus replies to your own moronic post.
Time to waterboard Faggy!!
Texas Federation of Republican Women. ****
What else would you expect from bottle-blonde reddnnexxxettes who huff clouds of toxic hairspray and nail polish all day long?
If they're not cheering for widely loathed demagogues like Cruz, they're murdering their friends in car crashes like Laura Bush