Rubio and Paul Question Clinton

So, Hillary had continual conversations with the Libyan government about the deteriorating security situation in Benghazi…and, then…

Paul notes that Hillary didn’t read the cables from Benghazi which called attention to the deteriorating security situation in Benghazi…

Essentially, Hillary’s contention is that she was on it, but then didn’t bother to read the most important information provided:  that of her ambassador on the ground, whom she has said elsewhere she selected for the job and thus must be presumed to be someone Hillary had trust in.  Paul points out that its not a matter of expecting the Secretary of State to read all cables – that would be both impossible and pointless.  But Libya was clearly a hot spot – we had engaged in military actions to help remove the previous Libyan government and we were making strenuous efforts to forge a viable, pro-western government in Libya…certainly something which should command the interest of our chief foreign policy officer.  Basic competence would require that Hillary read every bit of data coming out of Libya at that time – it strains credulity well past the breaking point to believe that she didn’t read all the cables.  But, she says she didn’t – which might, in a legalistic mind like Hillary’s, get her off the hook but which, in reality, just makes it worse:  it was her job to know.  It is what we paid her to do – and she didn’t do it.

As I expected, Hillary’s testimony as nothing but a patchwork of lies and blame shifting.  Of course, Hillary’s main purpose here was to protect the Clinton brand.  She is thinking of running for President in 2016 and right now she’s very popular in the polls…but Benghazi is the symbol of the utter failure of Obama’s foreign policy as executed by Secretary of State Clinton.  When she does run in 2016, not only will Republicans keep asking about this, but her competitors in the Democrat primary will, too (though Joe Biden will be reticent about it).  Hillary wants this to go away – but between Rubio and Paul (both of whom will probably run in 2016), her utter failure is exposed.

Hillary probably expects her answers to be the final word – more than likely, she won’t ever take any future questions on the matter except in the most friendly venues.  Is pressed, she’ll refer all to her Senate testimony and claim that its old news and there’s nothing more to be said.  But the people of the United States know – with certainty – that by her own words, Hillary failed as an executive officer of our government.

47 thoughts on “Rubio and Paul Question Clinton

  1. Cluster January 24, 2013 / 9:22 am

    And according to knee pad Obama supporter, and MSNBC pundit (my apologies for the redundancy) Chris Matthews – those who questioned Hillary are cave men:

    Just more brilliant political analysis from the left. Of course we have all become use to this level of political commentary having our own resident Obama sycophants, so nothing new to see here.

    Hillary admitted that she and the administration lied when she emotionally cried out – “what difference does it make?”. Lying to the American people over the deaths of four Americans as a result of your incompetence makes a hell of a lot of difference Hillary. Just saying.

    • 9306abcd January 24, 2013 / 11:03 am

      Isn’t it great that outrage can be selective? Didn’t hear much from the right about Condi Rice blowing off the PDB from August of 2001. Or her testimony to the 9/11 commission and her admission(s) about aluminum tubes and; shall we say, a rather liberal interpretation of the actual truth. Rand Paul was put in his place and Rubio is a poodle.

      • Cluster January 24, 2013 / 11:07 am

        Your extreme racism aside – Condi wasn’t the Sec of State or the President in 2001. Why do you hate black women?

        And calling Rubio a poodle? Why do you hate Cubans?

      • Amazona January 24, 2013 / 12:15 pm

        Now,now, let’s not be racist regarding dogs.

        The poodle was a hunting dog, bred to hunt bears, and is still one of the most respected retriever breeds in the world. Its intelligence and trainability make it the guard dog of choice all over Europe.

        Some silly Americans manipulated the breed to miniaturize it, creating a mutated form of the poodle which is often the butt of jokes, but the original poodle was, and is, a dignified and respected animal.

        The ugly poodle cut was purely practical. In the days before scissors, the ever-growing hair of the poodle had to be managed, so the dogs trained to retrieve water birds were shaved over most of their bodies, with hair left over the chest to provide both buoyancy and insulation from the cold water, and hair left on the paws to act much as swim fins. (Dogs trained to retrieve ground birds had their hair twisted into something like cornrows, to keep it from tangling in the underbrush. These were called “corded poodles” and are not seen now, as there is no longer a need to do this.)

        About 20 years ago a major East Coast police department tested several breeds of large dogs for a variety of characteristics, and the poodle excelled in all, but the police force hesitated to use them because of their reputation in the United States, so the department went with other breeds.

        I used to travel with a 90-pound poodle. He looked like a big teddy bear (we didn’t do the poodle cut) and unlike other breeds such as Rottweiler or Doberman was welcome in horse show barns, where children would play with him and he was a perfect gentleman, but he was Cujo when defending his home.

        I consider abcd’s comment to be just another example of Leftist ignorance and stupidity, and need to denigrate others, even though in this case the effort fell short as the comparison was to a noble breed of extreme intelligence and courage.

      • Amazona January 24, 2013 / 12:24 pm

        Another thing about Alphabet Boy—the harking back to the PDB of August, 2001.

        These guys just never let go of something that got their motors revved back in the day, do they? No matter how big a lie it was at the time?

        Aside from the constant debunking of their claims about the urgency of the PDB, their whining about how it was perceived, etc., it is the most abjectly stupid effort possible to compare this to urgent, specific, detailed CABLES sent to their bosses by Americans on the ground in a dangerous situation.

        Hillary is trying to escape judgement for criminal acts by pleading incompetence and even indifference. I don’t think her incompetence rules out criminal negligence but if she wants to spotlight one to distract from the other, that’s worth a shot, I guess. The people are dead, and nothing can bring them back, but it is good to know that their deaths will save us from another run at the presidency by this creature.

      • Cluster January 24, 2013 / 12:30 pm

        What I found interesting (I am beginning to like that word), is that Hillary somehow thought it was a valid excuse that she didn’t read the cables. Didn’t read the cables from an ambassador stationed in an embassy in a country where we recently deposed the leader, and in arguably one of the most dangerous areas in the world.

        What difference does it make!!!

        Can you imagine Bush saying that?

      • Count d'Haricots (@Count_dHaricots) January 24, 2013 / 1:12 pm

        Oh please Cluster. Don’t you remember the Clinton’s go-to defense?

        Whitewater; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Cattle Futures; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Opposition Files in residence; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Whitewater Billing Records; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Travel Office scandal; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Health Care Secret Meetings; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Illegal Chinese contributions; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        John Huang: Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Peter Paul; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Fast & Furious; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        PAETEC Communications: Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Chesonis Family Foundation; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Merck & Co.; Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Ordering US officials to Spy on UN: Didn’t know, wasn’t told
        Arab Spring debacle: Didn’t know, wasn’t told

        It seems the smartest woman in the World, is remarkably ignorant.

      • M. Noonan January 25, 2013 / 1:13 am

        She does want to be known as the most amazingly informed woman – and yet claim she never knew anything – anything, ever! – that might construed as a screw up on her part.

        Here’s the real kicker – she’s going to be presented in the MSM in 2016 as the “foreign policy expert” that GOPers will allegedly have to measure up to. Any statement she makes about foreign affairs will be presented as holy writ, and dissension from it will be ridiculed. If she gets the nomination, then the whole election will be about who has the “gravitas” to lead America in the world…with Hillary, of course, being the definition of “gravitas”.

      • neocon01 January 25, 2013 / 8:19 am


        not only fact less, but clue less as well, now run along and shine up those lil knee pads.

  2. J. R. Babcock (@JRBabcock) January 24, 2013 / 12:16 pm

    Someone did a great job of coaching Hillary on counter-interrogation techniques.

    • Retired Spook January 24, 2013 / 12:22 pm

      Too bad someone didn’t coach the senators on how to respond to her deceptions. God help us if that Bitch ever becomes CIC.

      • Count d'Haricots (@Count_dHaricots) January 24, 2013 / 1:16 pm

        Can we possibly forget who this woman is? Starting with the Nixon impeachment shenanigans and “Plausible deniability” through the Bimbo eruptions right up to her faux outrage in “What difference”?

      • M. Noonan January 25, 2013 / 1:15 am

        The biggest problem we have with our DC GOPers is, in my view, that they are afraid – they have a yellow streak a mile wide and are simply too chicken to really mix it up with Democrats. Paul and Rubio both showed they are unafraid…that, right there, makes them top-flight GOP contenders for 2016.

  3. GMB January 24, 2013 / 1:23 pm

    Rubio and Paul question Clinton?

    At the end of the day the money train rolls on.

    The fat man in 16!!!

  4. 9306abcd January 24, 2013 / 10:39 pm

    My goodness you’re a viperous little bunch. At the time, Ms. Rice was the National Security Adviser. An equally important position.
    Your accusation of racism is laughable. Did I mention race? No, this Cluster person did. Cluster immediately defaulted to the most crude assumption, attempting to stereotype my motivation in pointing out the obvious comparison between Ms. Rice and Mrs.Clinton. It seems that those on the right have need to justify their prejudice by projecting their bias onto others. In this case, a total stranger. BTW, I am married to a person of color. You figure out if she is Black or Hispanic. According to your logic, I am a racist because I compared your indictment of Hillary Clinton’s testimony with that of a woman who just happens to be Black. But when your only tool is a hammer, everything is a nail. The facts are Benghazi was a horrible event but the administration was not complicit in it, regardless of your wishing it so. The election is over and the right lost. Instead of whining about it and further entrenching yourselves in delusion and in the same ideas and positions that put the right on a path of oblivion in the first place, maybe you should re-evaluate your extremism. It’s not helping you.

    • Cluster January 24, 2013 / 10:49 pm

      It seems that those on the right have need to justify their prejudice by projecting their bias onto others.

      And you don’t recognize that on the left?? That’s the sole reason I made those statements alphabet boy. The left does that every day. Hell if Obama is even looked at differently it’s because the on looker is racist. You went on to call Rubio a poodle. Really? That’s what you consider intellectual commentary?

      You might want to reexamine your extremism first.

      • 9306abcd January 25, 2013 / 12:39 am

        Alphabet boy. Is that supposed to be an epithet? If so, it’s highly uncreative. Personally, I don’t think you are smart enough to draw out some imagined bias I may have. The world is not stark. You, however, may need simplistic concepts in order to understand it better. When things are more complicated, it is the small mind that rages and becomes hostile and reactionary. The Poodle reference was a comment on Mr. Rubio’s behavior, it was not intended to insult the breed of dog or those that own them. The term “poodle” is an English phrase that generally means one who has no mind of their own, does the bidding of others and one who caters to the worst traits of what they perceive in populism. So yes, Senator Rubio is a spineless poodle.

      • Amazona January 25, 2013 / 2:21 am

        “Alphabet boy. Is that supposed to be an epithet?”

        Gee, I don’t know. What do you think? If you look at it under one definition, ” An adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality regarded as characteristic of the person or thing mentioned”, then yes I suppose you could call it that. If you mean in the most usual sense of the word, “Such a word or phrase as a term of abuse”, then you would have to be quite the fragile flower of delicate hypersensitivity to find anything abusive in the term, but if that’s what floats your boat…………

        You, after all, chose a nom de blog with a list of letters in it. Letters comprising the alphabet, it just seemed like a logical nickname. Would you have been less flustered at “Alphanumeric boy”?

        “The Poodle reference was a comment on Mr. Rubio’s behavior …” Hmmm. They are smart critters, poodles, yet I have never seen one stand up in front of Congress to interrogate a Secretary of State, nor do I think Senator Rubio retrieves birds for a hunter or runs on all fours. I think you just thought the word was an insult, so you used it, because as a Lefty you think insulting strangers for having different views of how best to govern our nation is acceptable.

        Your explanation “The term “poodle” is an English phrase that generally means one who has no mind of their own, does the bidding of others and one who caters to the worst traits of what they perceive in populism.” would be laughable, if it were not in such poor taste to laugh at the profoundly stupid. “….one who caters to the worst traits of what they perceive in populism.” Oh, come on. It was just spite and malice cloaked in abject stupidity and you got called on it. No need to invent definitions—though now that I think of it, that IS a distinctly Leftist trait.

        “When things are more complicated, it is the small mind that rages and becomes hostile and reactionary. ”

        Thank you for explaining your obsessive need to search out a blog representing a political system you find offensive so you can attack those who agree with it.

      • Cluster January 25, 2013 / 8:15 am

        When things are more complicated, it is the small mind that rages and becomes hostile and reactionary.- 9306

        And that’s exactly what you did. You lashed out at Condi and Rubio absent any single credible commentary.

    • Amazona January 25, 2013 / 2:48 am

      You may think that National Security ADVISER is just as important a position as Secretary of State, but I doubt that many would agree with you. It’s not even a cabinet position.

      On top of this you simply lied when you said that Dr. Rice “dismissed” the PDB in August of 2001. In fact, you have no idea what Dr. Rice did or did not say or think about it. All you know is that it was considered no more specific or threatening than other information received over many months, that it was too vague to possibly act upon, and that therefore no one took any action.

      You also know that in spite of all the wall-kicking temper tantrums of the rabidly radical Left because “nothing was done”, none of you had the slightest idea of what COULD have been done, what SHOULD have been done, or what MIGHT have been done.

      You also know that information which might have been shared among intelligence agencies, leading to a more complete threat assessment, was blocked by an order from later-rewarded Jamie Gorelick, who decreed there must be a “wall” separating all intelligence services, forbidding the sharing of information. This was a decree issued to protect her then-boss, Bill Clinton, from the consequences of intelligence-sharing regarding illegal foreign campaign contributions.

      On the other hand, Mrs. Clinton was the Secretary of State, and what she was told was not vague, was not imprecise, but was in fact specific information from people on the ground, in the know. What she received included specific requests for more security, with reasons for asking for it. And then when her people were under attack for more than seven hours, she was asked for help.

      She knew where these people were, she was either watching the events unfold in real time or her people were, she knew what was happening, she knew they were in danger at a certain time at a certain place, she knew they were making repeated requests for assistance, and she did nothing. Or worse.

      Not even the most ardent kneepadder can pretend that the two situations are even remotely comparable, so it is impossible to take your comments as mere partisanship and they must be seen as purposeful lies.

      As for the “racist” comment, it is merely a sarcastic turn-about of the Leftist meme of claiming every single thing is racist, a tongue-in-cheek mimicry of Leftist insanity just to make fun of it. We do it a lot, so if it gets your panties in a twist you might want to slink around some other conservative blog to indulge your pathological need to insult strangers because they have different political views than you. My favorite was an advertising slogan for the Chevy Volt, offered by the Count: CHEVY VOLT—-IF YOU WANT TO GO MORE THAN 40 MILES YOU’RE A RACIST.

      The facts are Benghazi was a horrible event and the administration was complicit in it, regardless of your wishing it not to be so.

      And then you fall back on the newest Lefty talking point: “The election is over and the right lost” followed by advice on how disagreeing with the Left is somehow “not helping” the Right.

      Same old same old……………

      • 9306abcd January 25, 2013 / 1:14 pm

        You’re quite the wordsmith. Slink? Really? And you can diagnose a presumed pathology from a few paragraphs? That’s quite a feat. Seems to me Bill Frist had that talent as well. But as long as you mentioned insults, it seems to me that insulting someones nom de blog is just that and you guys do it in spades. (Uh Oh!! Racist alert. Spades.)
        When I said person of color, I was being polite to my black wife. What’s this Neo person’s problem? Is he a performance artist? I mean, no one of any intelligence actually believes the urban myth that the Clinton’s had people murdered. Next thing you know, this Neo will claim to be a birther! If so, the claim that this bog is conservative will open itself up to even more ridicule. And yes, Amazon person, I was insulting Rubio and Rand Paul because they are delusional, intractable fools who are oblivious to current political reality. They should listen to Gov. Jindal and ex Gov. Barbour.

      • Cluster January 25, 2013 / 2:06 pm

        Two questions for you alphanumeric boy –

        1. Why are Rubio and Paul “intractable fools”? Please expand on that.

        2. Why does the color of your wife’s skin matter?

      • Amazona January 25, 2013 / 2:28 pm

        My goodness, you have gotten yourself into quite a tizzy, haven’t you? At least you are getting your exercise, tracking down phantom “insults” and then hyperventilating about them. Gee, who knew that referring to letters in terms of being part of the alphabet was code for an insult.

        But then only a certain sub-group of the RRL is obsessed with seeking out or inventing insults, much as you do with racism.

        You have to call your black wife ” a person of color” to be polite to her? Wow. You two must be perfectly matched in terms of such hypersensitivity that the least little comment can rouse indignation and victimhood and general whining.

        You may have your own definition for the personality trait that obsesses about prowling around through the blogosphere to find conservatives to attack and insult, but I’ll stick with “pathology” or “personality disorder”. No, it’s not a diagnosis, just an observation.

        And just an FYI—-referring to letters as part of the alphabet is NOT insulting, but claiming that people are “…delusional, intractable fools who are oblivious to current political reality” IS.

        Do try to stop whining. Your side won yet yours is the side still seething with rage and hatred and resentment, still driven to track down conservatives to lecture us, insult us, attack us, criticize us, and generally be rude and crude—maybe you ought to put a cool cloth on your overheated brow, have a nice little time-out, and ponder that mystery.

      • The Return of Rathaven January 25, 2013 / 2:36 pm

        Curious, Amazona documented the errors and omissions in Alfa-brat’s diatribe and the well though out response was strictly ad hominum.

        I’d say the pathology is manifest. Good job Doctor Amazona!

      • neocon01 January 25, 2013 / 3:43 pm


        hasten your exit so we can welcome the “return” …say in about 10 years?

      • The Return of Rathaven January 25, 2013 / 6:02 pm

        Stand at ease my Gyrene friend; Amazona accurately tore Alpha-bitty-boy up one wall and down another leaving a squishy quivering mass of Jell-o reduced to personal simpering with neither wit nor wisdom.

        Amazona diagnosed Alpha-Bits condition which was reinforced by the smirking response. I congratulate her intuition.

        Are we still friends?

      • neocon01 January 25, 2013 / 6:16 pm


        Are we still friends?
        silly me….indubitably…DOH!! 🙂

    • neocon01 January 25, 2013 / 10:40 am


      BTW, I am married to a person of color. You figure out if she is Black or Hispanic.

      so brown = black
      and Hispanic is of “color”??

      my “Hispanic” friends would tell you that you are full of shiite.

  5. dbschmidt January 25, 2013 / 12:19 am

    Way OT unless I use Count’s “Didn’t know – wasn’t told” but I find it absolutely hilarious–also as much as alphanumeric person building color coded & sex based straw persons to beat up with his “hammer meet nail” epic.

    Snoop Doggy Dog is now going to teach the childrens about the evil of drugs which concludes with “about proper methods for smoking.” Yeah, man – you got it alphanumeric dude.Right on, multicolored man.

    • neocon01 January 25, 2013 / 4:32 pm

      What a POS kenyan scum……the PURGE is COMING

      Report: Washington Didn’t Even Tell Marine Gen. He Was Being Replaced

      nited States Marine Corps Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis was notified that he was being replaced as commander of U.S. Central Command not by a phone call from Washington, but by a note passed to him by an aide, according to Foreign Policy’s Thomas E. Ricks.

      …the commander-in-chief can make a change whenever he wants and give no reason. That is right and proper under our system of government.

    • 9306abcd January 25, 2013 / 8:12 pm

      Do you have a problem dbschmidt?
      I must say that being new to this blog, you all are not to welcoming. You reek of hostility. Maybe this blog is operated out of a psychiatric ward, yes? Sort of a form of anger management therapy. Or maybe it’s just one person assuming different persona’s. After all,the crude writing style is basically the same as are the primitiveness of the comments. An awful lot of resentment and impulses towards the reactionary; one of the highlights of conservatives. Plus you are grossly misinformed about the subjects of your impotent rage.
      And to the Raven person. Is your name a reference to Edgar Allen Poe? A portent of something mysterious and evil? Ooooo. I am so scared. The Amazon sure put me in my place though, what with the brute heft of it’s intellectual weight and the studied insight into human behavior. Not to mention the obvious yrs of experience in a guerrilla war against all things left of fascistic anarchy and intolerable freedom of thinking. The next thing you know, you all will drag religion into this toxic mix. Place your bets!
      I will confess that I did some research on this blog after I linked to it. (You should tip the blog that mentioned you, btw.) I am impressed, based on the amount of traffic and the pathetically small number of page views and posters, that you are still paying a server. I guess a feedback loop of circle jerks provides to much pleasure to confront the pain of reality. And Raven: the pain increases exponentially. You might take some pleasure in that.
      Can’t wait to purge Kenya. To bad Kenya wasn’t a country when the president was born. Uniformed ignoramus that you are New Neanderthal.

      4 more years!

      • Cluster January 25, 2013 / 8:55 pm

        Alphanumeric boy-

        I gotta tell you that it has always amused me how liberals like you accuse conservatives of unhinged hatred all the while clearly demonstrating the very definition thereof within the same post – as you just did. Yet for some reason, smart liberals like yourself never put those two together.

        Why did you not answer my questions? They were pretty straight forward. And if you think that any of us here think that this is the first time you have been to this blog, you’re more delusional than I think. You tipped your hand when you ended your irrational diatribe with – 4 more years.

      • Amazona January 25, 2013 / 9:00 pm

        So you “researched” this blog before coming here, meaning you were looking for conservatives to heckle, attack and insult. It took some effort on your part, and a conscious decision, and once you got here you did nothing but hurl spite and malice.

        And now you snivel because you were not ‘welcomed’. Ahhhh, too bad, so sad. Evidently the Entitled Class also believes it is entitled to respect when it has done nothing to earn it, and “welcome” when it stomps in uninvited to illustrate bad manners.

        Too funny that your post is crammed with the Rogue Apostrophe and yet YOU critique other writing as crude. Clearly self-awareness is not your strong point. You might have someone who is more than semi-literate proofread your posts if you are going to use them to attack the writing skills of others.

        Jes’ sayin’……..

        But you just keep on trying to use this blog as a litter box for your mental droppings, because this is exactly what we expect from people like you. Not political discourse, not ideas or genuine desire to talk things over, just blind seething hatred for a political system you don’t understand and the people who think it is the best way to govern the nation.

      • Amazona January 25, 2013 / 9:05 pm

        Good call, Cluster. There were more tipoffs that this is a returning troll, probably one who has been kicked off several times before for posting nothing but the kind of toxic swill we have seen from him so far, but I’m not going to list them, as it is more fun to see him try to disguise himself and still blunder into one revelation after another.

        This is all this person, and people like him, CAN post, because it is all they have in their hearts and minds—impotent rage, seething hatred, and utter hostility. They need focal points for their anger, so they troll the internet for sites where they can howl at the moon and pretend that their insanity is just political discourse.

      • Cluster January 26, 2013 / 4:35 pm

        Yet you continue to frequent the blog don’t you Frederick? Weird.

  6. Retired Spook January 25, 2013 / 9:23 pm

    I’m amazed, in the entire thread, that no one has asked the $64,000 question. In October, the State Department’s Charlene Lamb testified that they watched the entire attack unfold in “real time”. In her testimony, SOS Hillary Clinton (Charlene Lamb’s boss) testified that there was no live feed. I’d like to know which one of them lied — and why.

    As far as our smarmy little troll 9306abcd is concerned, he’s one of a long list of mental midgets who have “researched the blog” and come here anyway, knowing he will not be welcome before he types his first word. Just like so many others, he fails to pass the gunpowder test: he’s not worth the powder it would take to blow him to hell.

    • Cluster January 25, 2013 / 9:45 pm

      There was a liberal poster here a year or so ago that use to end his posts with – 4 more years. Can’t remember who it was

      And good catch Spook. Of course there were so many lies and deflections in her testimony it was hard to keep up. How about the fact that she never did answer the question when she told the president with any specificity.

      • Cluster January 25, 2013 / 10:12 pm

        I was speaking of Hillary genius.

    • 9306abcd January 25, 2013 / 9:52 pm

      What a joke. The Amazon claims that political discourse occurs here. It does not. What does occur is uninformed opinion and biased conclusions all neatly wrapped in an assumption of superiority. This is the Amazon. Examine every letter of every word in every sentence looking for the smallest flaw and then focusing on that, amplifying it and then attempting to undermine the entire argument based upon errors in spelling and punctuation. As if that some how negates what is being said. It is a ploy to deflect. A sad and feeble attempt to introduce skepticism to a valid point of view.
      Then the retired ghost threatens my life with gunpowder and a religious view of an after life. How sad to be reduced to such empty threats. Hey pal, I am not scared and it is my intent to insult morons who defend the indefensible, who admire conservatives who are clearly anti-American, who believe in nothing, who have no solutions and who insist that conspiracy theories rooted in paranoia are real. People who think like you invite my comments. What are you going to do? Ban my comments because you don’t like what I say? That’s real macho. People who think like you are a tiny minority that is only shrinking. No wonder you lash out with such rage. I love poking a stick in your faces. No attack my honesty.

      That’s enough. The moderators have given you adequate time to show that your interest is to discuss politics and current affairs and you have made it clear your only interest is attacking and insulting other bloggers. The blog has no obligation to tolerate this and will not tolerate it. You are banned, again, for what you say but only because what you say is offensive, abusive and not in any way related to any topic. You admit you love poking a stick in our faces. No more. Good-bye. //Moderator

      • Retired Spook January 25, 2013 / 11:55 pm

        Then the retired ghost threatens my life with gunpowder and a religious view of an after life.

        It wasn’t a threat, just an expression of the low level of human value you represent. I’ve seen dozens, perhaps even hundreds of creepy little trolls like you come and go in the last 9 years. You all sound alike, and none of you would know political discourse if it bit you in the ass.

      • Amazona January 26, 2013 / 1:42 am

        Well, I can’t say I will miss the perennially hostile and sour alphabet boy and his incessant whining about how mean people are to him just because he is incapable of being anything but a vicious snarling anal orifice. I notice he seems quite proud of being toxic and hateful, and even states that is his goal.

        This sniveler calls another poster’s writing style crude and then has a hissy fit when his own is critiqued. Awww, poor baby. Supposedly commenting on his literacy level is the same as “…attempting to undermine the entire argument…” —–though he never made an argument at all, as far as I could tell. All I ever saw was an unending snarl of pathological loathing for strangers because of a wholly irrational antipathy to a political system he doesn’t even understand, because it is in opposition to another political system he doesn’t even understand.

        ” As if that some how negates what is being said. It is a ploy to deflect. A sad and feeble attempt to introduce skepticism to a valid point of view.”

        This is a journey into the depths of delusion, as nothing was ever said but hateful insults. Alphabet nancy’s so-called “point of view” is nothing but a toxic stew of lies, hate-based fantasies, and more lies, well seasoned with pathological hatred and anger, and my comments on his losing struggle with the Rogue Apostrophe had nothing to do with that but was merely a bemused observation on the idiocy of using bad punctuation to assault another’s writing skills.

      • Cluster January 26, 2013 / 4:37 pm

        Truthie, have you challenged anyone’s manhood lately?

        LOL. You’re a weird dude.

    • Cluster January 25, 2013 / 10:13 pm


      Attacked – that’s priceless.

      • neocon01 January 26, 2013 / 12:40 pm


        REALLY? I mean REALLY???? OMG way too Fn funny…..

        Do you have a problem dbschmidt?
        I must say that being new to this blog, you all are not to welcoming. You reek of hostility.

        Maybe this blog is operated out of a ***psychiatric ward***, yes? Sort of a form of ***anger management therapy***. Or maybe it’s just one person assuming different persona’s.

        After all***,the crude*** writing style is basically the same as are the ***primitiveness ***of the comments. An awful lot of r***esentment and impulses towards the ***reactionary;*** one of the highlights of conservatives. Plus you are ***grossly misinformed((( about the subjects of your ***impotent rage.***

        talk about lunatic postings ….willy wanker is dat U?

    • Amazona January 26, 2013 / 1:26 am

      I think of it as the dynamite test: If his brains were dynamite he couldn’t blow his nose.

      I haven’t taken the time to watch the Hildebeast’s recitations but I wondered if the issue you raised would be discussed.

  7. Amazona January 26, 2013 / 7:34 pm

    This comment by the major pain, posted January 26, 2013 at 3:59 pm, in the Second Amendment thread, is so important that I am going to post this on every thread, because I don’t want it to be overlooked:

    The Constitution was not written to protect the people; it was written to preserve the Union and the rights of, initially, white men who owned property.”

    Looking past the racism that permeates all of the major pain’s outlook (there is another reference to “white Americans” in the same post) and the fact that I thought all posts from the forkers were to be deleted because of the rampant bigotry that marks them, we need to look at this precise statement:


    What could be a clearer statement of the core belief of the rabidly radical Left? Get past the fact that to believe this means a complete inability to understand fact, language or history—–it is a summary of the credo of the Left.

    That is, that nothing is more important than the government, nothing is less important than the individual.

    Now, those of us who have read the Constitution, those of us who have studied it and read not only the document but the supporting, contemporaneous writings of those who created it, those of us who understand the goals of the Founders and the events that led up to the writing of the document, all know that the Constitution is NOT about protecting the Union, but about protecting the people FROM the Union.

    The rabidly radical Left simply ignores fact, history and language because they are so deeply committed to the concept that government is always more important than people.

  8. Retired Spook January 26, 2013 / 9:10 pm

    Wouldn’t you know, they’ve named it The Hillary Shuffle, and even made a video about it.

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