Skip to comments.STATE DEPT SPOKESMAN DODGES BENGHAZI QUESTIONS: 'I'M GENERALLY DUMBER' THAN MY COLLEAGUES
Posted on 10/13/2012 7:45:57 AM PDT by RummyChick
From Ben Shapiro, Breitbart News: In a disastrous question-answer session at the State Department yesterday, State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland first tried to claim that the murder of our ambassador to Libya may have been touched off by a demonstration about the YouTube video after all.
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The incompetence and obfuscation knows no bounds.
You ever get the impression that the government of Paraguay....might be more competent than these guys?
A guy could ask how the recession occurred, and be told that some guy started a rumor in California on YouTube of bank failure....then the next day....banks just all failed. You’d watch this government guy explain this in Peoria....and think he must know what he is talking about.
Then someone asks the gov’t spokesperson how Fast and Furious worked, and he’d respond that a YouTube video from upstate Michigan started the whole thing.
Pretty soon....you’d believe that YouTube is the source of all evil in America (besides Republicans, Wall Street, and professional wrestling).
Oh what a tangled web we weave ...
The press is dumb.
The administration is dumb.
I'm tired of watching dumb people talk to dumb people.
if most public employees, and indeed corporate rank and file, were required to live by their wits they would die in their sleep.
When you try to get the truth and cut through all their BS you are accused of “parsing” which is exactly what they do in the first place.
It is past time to get mean. Really mean.
Oh what a tangled web we weave ...
It’s a farce.
Does any country think we are the Leaders of the Free World anymore.
I think it might be China. They have all the money.
It is fun to watch the die-hard Democrats in the press. It’s like watching the cheerleaders at a high school football game when their team runs out on the field but they all forgot to put on their pants and on the kickoff, the players ran to the snack bar to get a hot dog. Eventually, they just put down their pom-poms and cry.
It’s obvious that this is not just about incompetence - something big is being covered up.
The questions are, 1) What was Stevens doing in Benghazi, 2) Who was he supposed to meet, 3) Was “no security” part of the arrangement for the meeting(s), and, of course 4) Who sent him?
The payoff for whatever he was doing there must have been big enough to justify the risk. What do you suppose it was?
I don’t know what the problem is here. It should be obvious to all that it was Chaney with the RPGs and Bush donned his Lawrence of Arabia garb to pull this off.
Meanwhile, His Excellency is now being programmed to respond to any question about this incident with the following lines: I was not advised about this incident. It is the responsibility of State and the CIA to monitor problems in far off lands. If Romney had not made this an issue by calling attention to it and getting a right wing press and talk hosts to promote it, it would not be of significance in this election where the key issues are condoms for all students, open borders, and government help for the down trodden paid for by the evil rich whom support Romney and the GOP because they never pay their fair share. Furthermore, my challenger has yet to release his tax returns and hiding the truth from the American People who need to know his tax avoidance schemes. Neither Romney nor Ryan has any prior experience in foreign affairs and let me remind you I lived outside the US for a few years wherein I learned how to deal with countries of a diverse spectrum of thought. Romney never lived outside the US unless you call his years avoiding military service while he was on a mission in France such experience.
It’s like watching a figure eight race, with clown cars and Chinese fire drills.
Lord Obama surrounds himself with ignorant, stupid high priests of political correctness and then wonders why he is generally considered as the author of “trickle down incompetence”
As the lies, sufficient for long prison terms, reveal themselves up and down the administration’s chain of command one has to wonder what they are still covering up.
Surely even they can perceive that this erosion of confidence can only grow as more and more contradictory data comes out.
What is that one really big thing that’s being hidden at great cost?
I agree with you completely. I believe Lincoln was one of our worst presidents, and I'm not alone.
The wrong side won.
“The payoff for whatever he was doing there must have been big enough to justify the risk. “
This is something that has been nagging at me. What was this guy doing there (assuming he’s not a moron)?
I agree, too.