I've been emailing and calling the appropriate Senators and even the standard bearer talk show hosts ever since she first opened her mouth about Benghazi, reminding them that this woman has very bloody coattails. The issue is her history of being a water carrier for the party regardless of the cost in human lives. This time it was four. Last time it was 500,000+. What will it be next time if she is Secretary of State.
Posted by: Total War ||
I doubt it matters. He'll make a recess appointment and that will be that. The so called "tipping point" has been reached. We now have a one party system quite similar to that of Zimbabwe and South Africa. The Rule of Law has been vanquished. Wealth transfer will soon get fully underway (there can be no other method to controlling the urban masses). We'll be seeing The Champ, or someone very much like him for a very, very long time.
"Money is a mirror of civilization. Throughout history, whenever we find good, reliable noninflated money, we almost alwasys find a strong, healthy civilization. Whenever we fund unreliable, inflated money, we almost always find a civilization in decay."
- Richard J. Maybury, Whatever happened to Penny Candy (2010).
She lied to the American people 5 times in one day in regards to Benghazi in exchange for the Secretary of State job. Obama will put this monster in that job, to hell with America as Reverand Wright often stated.
Posted by: lord garth ||
I think not Lord Garth. There are a *lot* of reasons to hate John Kerry. But deciding that genocide is preferable to loosing some House seats in the mid-terms is a depth to which even he has never sunk.
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