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Posted on 11/11/2012 10:06:22 AM PST by Steelfish
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But Broadwell didnt wear diapers while threatening her rival.
We don’t know that.
There is no more “KGB.” They’re now the “FSA.”
The 'General' had wandering eyes for a reason, ehheheheh. She bees low on the totmem pole.
The 'General' had wandering eyes for a reason, ehheheheh. She bees low on the totem pole.
Have you read “KGB: Death and Rebirth”?
I doubt it. Unless she is a man!
You know, this is a very accomplished woman.I saw a list
of her CV type info yesterday. But she’s all over the
front page of the New York Times only for spreading her
legs, and its what she’ll be remembered for a la lewinsky.
All parties involved seem like big gov’t types.To hell with them anyway. No sympathy,none.
she’s not even pretty! bad skin acne on her chin, mole on her forehead and mannish features. I mean seriously! if your going to throw your career and family away at least find someone hot!
He is a dope if he didn't divorce her.
A spy agency works best if people are convinced that it doesnt exist.
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Yep and the CIA didn’t have its own Air Force and Navy etc in Nam.
For years the National Security Agency (NSA) was referred to as
NO SUCH AGENCY
Oh, the games we play....<:
Would you put me on your ping list please?
It does have pet-rabbit-boiling Fatal Attraction qualities, though. Hack P4’s Gmail account, find out with whom he is corresponding, threaten a perceived rival to “back off.” Broadwell does have Runaway Bride / Charles Manson crazy eyes.
Petraeus is not a big fan of the 1st Amendment either.
Petraeus condemns Fla. church's plan to burn Korans Sept. 7, 2010
KABUL - Gen. David H. Petraeus on Tuesday denounced plans by a Florida church to burn copies of the Koran this weekend, saying the demonstration could "endanger troops" and damage the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan.
"It is precisely the kind of action the Taliban uses and could cause significant problems," Petraeus, the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, said in a statement. "Not just here, but everywhere in the world we are engaged with the Islamic community."
I think most of us on the Benghazi ping list don’t feel you are obligated to ping hundreds of Petraeus sex posts...because there will be that many in the next several weeks -— especially with articles when no pertinent information is gained (timeline, who knew what when, for instance) or when the article isn’t directly involved with Benghazi.
I suspect we are going to be fed Petraeus sex posts into January. In fact, while many pundits have been saying this is going to put Benghazi on the front burner, I am beginning to think it will be designed to do just the opposite-— spoon-feed us sex tidbits until we stop watching news altogether because the holidays are coming. Apparently, the electorate is that predictable.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Taken literally, there's nothing in there about the inalienable right to burn stuff.
By contrast, the right to "denounce" or criticize things -- which is what he was doing -- is in there.
If saying you don't think somebody should do something is violating their 1st Amendment rights, then there are no 1st Amendment rights.
From the WSJ:
"Most Afghans learned about the Quran burning in Florida only when Mr. Karzai on March 24 (4 days after!) condemned the act as "a crime against the religion and the entire Muslim nation," called on the U.S. and the U.N. to bring the perpetrators to justice and demanded "a satisfactory response to the resentment and anger of over 1.5 billion Muslims around the world."
General Petraeus certainly won Karzai's heart and mind. /s
According to at least three skanks on LS, Petraeus’ wife deserves it. It seems Holly just doesn’t dress well enough for a general’s wife. Is there anyone out there who will volunteer to be a seamstress for poor Holly. It seems her clothes don’t fit property according to cks, dsl and last but not least the queen of all military wives, nursery rhyme poet and Duke Lacrosse matron, Joan Foster.
Hot legs. All that running really pays off....
The chassis is robust and filled with stamina....
As my wife pointed out, it would be difficult to find a woman making > 200 grand and in this high of a power position looking and dressing that poorly.
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