September 19, 2013

Democrats piss on the families of Benghazi victims [Darleen Click] UPDATED

Unconscionable.

During the second portion of a House Oversight and Government Reform hearing about Benghazi Thursday on Capitol Hill, the majority of Democrats on the Committee left the room and refused to listen to the testimony of Patricia Smith and Charles Woods. Ms. Smith is the mother of Sean Smith, an information management officer killed in the 9/11 Benghazi attack. Charles Woods is the father of Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, who was also killed. [...]

The only Democrats who stayed were Ranking Member Elijah Cummings and Rep. Jackie Speier.

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Here’s the list of Democrat reprobates (but I repeat myself) —

Carolyn Maloney
Danny Davis
Eleanor Holmes Norton
Gerald E. Connolly
Jim Cooper
John Tierney
Mark Pocan
Matt Cartwright
Michelle Lujan Grisham
Peter Welch
Stephen Lynch
Steven Horsford
Tammy Duckworth
Tony Cardenas
William Lacy Clay

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  1. Tar, feathers, rail and stocks.

  2. Yes but the Democrats are very busy these days: they have a newly natal tyranny to facilitate, so there’s lots for them to do.

  3. “duckworth” kinda works

  4. They had already gotten their priorities straight from the mouth of Broomstick One herself: “At this point, what difference does it make?”

    Fuck them all with a running chainsaw.

    I would have locked the doors, and held a few important votes. It worked for ObamaCare…

  5. And by my math, that’s roughly 10 million Americans that lost their representation in their little “LALALALALALALALA-I CAN’T HEAR YOU – LALALA” temper tantrum.

  6. Duckworth bailed, too? I shouldn’t be surprised, but I am. A little.

  7. Most of us here already lack any representation anyway, so those jokers walking out doesn’t change much.

    It does show their complete lack of class, though.

  8. leigh, Didn’t she run on the wounded vet thing. She is also I think, I could be wrong, she still is commissioned in the reserves?

  9. She lost both legs and damaged an arm.

    You would think someone who saw combat would have something to say about abandoning people in Benghazi.

  10. After reading her bio, she is a leftest of the highest order.

  11. to be clear I think Tyrone Woods was an *ex* Navy SEAL who was on contract in Libya for hell if I know

    if I remember right he wasn’t contracted to the State Dept but I don’t know if we have the foggiest idea what he was actually doing there in Benghazi – probably something for the CIA which is a very very spendy and extremely disreputable organization what has its own murky agenda what’s often not at all aligned with the interests of America

  12. Who gives a frak if he wasn’t active military? That’s the kind of shit proggs put out there to make their “points.”

  13. not me

  14. What a difference a few words makes. “Hold in Place” is much better to save lives than “Stand Down.” See it isn’t like they were told to go home to bed so, BETTER & DIFFERENT. “Stand Down” was just a lie.

  15. she should change her name to ‘Patti Smith’,the punk rock icon,and she would get all googly hits and the stuff that goes with it

  16. OT…
    Associate Professor of Journalism David Guth, of William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Kansas, wishes death on NRA member’s kids.

    A professor of journalism from the University of Kansas says that not only is the blood of the Navy Yard shooting on the hands of the NRA and its members, but that he hopes for the death of their children.

    ‘Dr.’ David Guth, the NRA is not amused.

  17. if I remember right he wasn’t contracted to the State Dept but I don’t know if we have the foggiest idea what he was actually doing there in Benghazi

    He was running toward the sound of the guns when fellow Americans were being attacked despite being told not to. Ty Woods had boogers bigger than you.

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  19. we still have no idea what him and the other CIA whoreboys were doing there

  20. I don’t care why they were there. They were doing something the government wanted them to do, and they were abandoned.

    Also, we actually do know why they were there, it’s just that no one is admitting it publicly. They were running arms to people we don’t want to admit to arming. It’s likely I wouldn’t want them arming the people they were arming. It still doesn’t matter.

  21. Shut the fuck up, feets. Just shut up.

  22. TRESPASSERS W says September 20, 2013 at 8:18 am
    Shut the fuck up, feets. Just shut up.

    Some idiots just don’t know when to shut up.

  23. We still don’t know what the electric cocksucker is doing here. Aside from being trite and annoying, that is.

  24. I think it matters Mr. cranky

    at the least it matters enough to get the facts right and Katie’s post is misleading I think

    I think if you didn’t know better you’d come away from her post thinking that a Navy SEAL had been killed in Benghazi

    and that’s not what happened

  25. we still have no idea what him and the other CIA whoreboys were doing there

    As regards the particular whoreboys who were working in Benghazi, we know all that we need to know about what they were doing. They were doing what they were told to do. The people that gave them their assignments are responsible for that part. Ask them.

    Oh, and quit being a dick. Because you really are being a dick about this. I realize that quitting being a dick may involve quitting being who you are, because you have dickishness imprinted on you at the DNA level. But give it a whirl. At the very least, try and keep your dickishness out of the public eye.

  26. If we could get Hillary! under the hot lights and beat her with a phone book we could have all the answers.

    If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride.

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  28. They were there as members of a service that recruits brave and loyal Americans to help defend their country. I may take issue with the policies they may have been there to pursue, but they ought not to be criticized for being willing to take those risks for us and ours.

    Politicians decided to leave them there to die, after having sent them there in the first place. Horsewhips for the politicians; honors for the dead.

  29. Bravo, McG.

  30. Tyrone Woods was an *ex* Navy SEAL

    RETIRED Navy SEAL.

    FTFY

  31. In my book, once a Navy SEAL, always a Navy SEAL.

    No one is buying the “staunch conservative” bs.

  32. well, hell, feets, I guess since you claim he was an “ex” Navy SEAL, he deserved to be hung out to dry by the traitors you are defending, right? I mean, since you are just mentioning it, without actually bothering to say anything explicit.

    Much like the 9-11 Truthers “just have some questions”, without actually being able to answer any themselves.

    So what WAS your point in mentioning the “ex” status (which was a lie, as pointed out above, but let’s not quibble when there is a pikachu to barbecue)? Just to disparage men who have taken shits that have more value than your entire family tree?

    Or was it to try and build up your abyssmal self-worth by tearing down men whose boots you are not worthy to tarnish by getting stomped to death with them?

    Inquiring minds wanna know, which is why I think you will pussy out and not bother to back up the BS you so willingly spew.

  33. Like “Marine.”

  34. at the least it matters enough to get the facts right

    Tell it to Susan Rice, asshole.

  35. Hey! Look at the rubber-knife!

    Oh, wait, is it a squirrel? Or a kitten?

    Let it be both.

  36. …men whose boots you are not worthy to tarnish by getting stomped to death with them?

    I am so filing that one away.

  37. happyfeet says September 20, 2013 at 8:02 am

    we still have no idea what him and the other CIA whoreboys were doing there

    …and we still have no idea what you’re doing here, whoreboy.

  38. Just a little advice, feets. I know, unsolicited and all, but give it some thought, regardless:

    Make the next words that come off your keyboard be these two: “I’m sorry.”

    And then turn off your computer for the rest of the day.

  39. ex, retired whatever

    Katie couldn’t muster either of these and so she ended up writing a misleading post

  40. Much like the 9-11 Truthers “just have some questions,” without actually being able to answer any themselves.

    Oh, they have answers, all right.

    Any answer you can possibly imagine, they have it.

  41. Your tactics aren’t going to work here, yellow peril. You should try them on another of the sites you have been assigned to.

  42. I’ll take that as a “pussy out” then, shall I? Better that than a complete lie (which is apparently your other “go-to” option, based on past performance), but only just barely…

  43. If it don’t bounce back, you go hungry.

  44. TRESPASSERS W says September 20, 2013 at 11:06 am
    Just a little advice, feets. I know, unsolicited and all, but give it some thought, regardless:

    Make the next words that come off your keyboard be these two: “I’m sorry.”

    And then turn off your computer for the rest of the day.

    happyfeet says September 20, 2013 at 11:16 am
    ex, retired whatever

    That was predictable. Also: not following the don’t-be-a-dick suggestion I floated upthread.

  45. i been having a busy day is all Mr. Drumwaster

    i am spread very thin not unlike a tasty ganache

  46. i am spread very thin not unlike a tasty ganache

    As deep as a shadow, as substantial as a mirage, as intellectual as a bumper sticker. I knew that already, but thanks for making my point so clear.

  47. you’re awful hard on me sometimes but i think it makes me a better person

  48. It doesn’t seem that way.

  49. If you actually advanced along that path, the people around you wouldn’t be so filled with despair. I’m in the group that says you are actually in a retrograde orbit, but that would also tend to imply that you will eventually turn around and start going in the proper direction, but I have never yet seen any indication that you are capable of recognizing that, much less actually implementing anything to cause progress.

    Even broken clocks are right twice a day, and they have you beat.

  50. we have to find a new balance

  51. Kinda like those new balance shoes cause I got the 4E feet, and they make ‘em to accommodate.

  52. Whoa, your feet are square? How awesome is that?

  53. Not so awesome from my point of view, if only on account of the trouble I’ve encountered over the years finding a shoe that doesn’t bite, for not only are they practically square, the instep is ridiculously steep.

  54. pikachu defense group demands action on this assault on yellow

  55. i have stupid high arches I hate them it’s like a deformity really but one must count one’s blessings

  56. Mr. newrouter a lot of people are deeply invested in a particular preferred benghazi narrative such that they’re not real accommodating of chitter chatter what doesn’t accord with their preferred one

    but you know it’s like mama used to say

    this too shall pass

  57. high arches are a conspiracy by big shoe

  58. A question of balance, answered.

  59. I wear a 6B. It’s a pain to find shoes that are stylish since it seems most women have feet three sizes bigger than mine.

  60. From moral appeals to political activity
    By leaving the interpretation of its own political significance and the
    misinterpretation of its objectives to the regime, the Charter has
    put itself on the defensive. It must continually protest that it is not
    anti-socialist and anti-communist, that it is not run from espionage
    centres in the West, thatit is not a product of the notion that socialism
    is eroding, that it is not all the things the regime imputes to it.
    For this very reason, however, it must not leave it up to the regime to
    make such political interpretations and misinterpretations; rather, it
    must integrate them into its own political programme. This implies
    discontinuing its talk about not wishing to be political and starting
    to articulate the positive objectives of its conception of politics.
    In other words, the issue here is an alternative political programme
    that implicitly and explicitly thinks through the political implica–
    tions of its moral appeal. This means that if a decent life in truth
    is genuinely impossible under the real-socialist ideology of as if,
    a moral appeal for this ideology to rectify itself will not be enough:
    an alternative, positive ideological conception must be offered in its
    place, one that will correspond to the moral aims of the Charter. If
    the regime is genuinely incapable of providing decent and dignified
    legal conditions for people to live in, encouraging it to change wiII be
    a waste of time

    page 175 potpowerless

  61. leigh says September 20, 2013 at 8:47 pm

    I wear a 6B. It’s a pain to find shoes that are stylish since it seems most women have feet three sizes bigger than mine.

    The only adult shoes my wife has are some size 5s from K-Swiss. She used to buy children’s 3 wides from New Balance.

    For nicer shoes, she is almost always stuck with something for little girls.

    She would need Cinderella’s fairy godmother to ever get a proper fit.

  62. I feel her frustration, mondamay. It’s bad enough hat women’s shoes are crossing into some kind of round toed Mary Jane looking things—with no heels yet! I’m not 5 and haven’t been for a long time. Plus, I’m pretty small at 5’4″ and 125 pounds. Everyone towers over me as it is.

    At least I’ve gained some weight as I’ve gotten older. I used to have to buy kid’s clothes when I was about 110 pounds.

  63. I’ve caused a confusion I see — in the expression 4E, the 4 means EEEE, not a shoe length — which in my case is 9.5 — albeit from my childhood it was a running family joke that my feet were square.

  64. i have stupid high arches I hate them it’s like a deformity really but one must count one’s blessings

    Cloven hooves often do

  65. I was funnin’ you, sdferr. I knew what you meant.

    I was picturing you having feet like Pan, instead of one of the philosophers.

  66. O, but philosophers don’t have feet: they tread on clouds, don’t you know, where us grubby humans can only look up to see them.

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