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Senate Republicansí shameful silence about Victoria Nulandís role in Benghazi cover-up
The Daily Caller ^
| Michael Ingmire
Posted on 09/18/2013 2:49:23 PM PDT by george76
Last Thursday, the United States Senate confirmed President Obamas choice Victoria Nuland as chief envoy to Europe. This was done by a voice vote with no debate, one day after the one year anniversary of last years deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Victoria Nuland served as the State Department spokeswoman during Secretary of State Hillary Clintons tenure, which included the Benghazi attack in which Ambassador Chris Stevens, Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith, and former Navy Seals, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods were all killed.
Ms. Nuland had a direct hand in the changing of these talking points and has yet to effectively answer who gave her the direct order to do so.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Editorial; Germany; Government; Israel; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; United Kingdom; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: benghazi; europe; kagan; nuland; robertkagan; victorianuland
posted on 09/18/2013 2:49:23 PM PDT
I’d like to slap that cocked eyebrow right off of her smug, smarmy mug.....
posted on 09/18/2013 2:58:05 PM PDT
(Don't twerk me, Bro!)
Why is it the Republican party’s job to save the Democrat party? Her nomination for this job is something you would expect from 10 year olds. The Democrats just keep digging their hole deeper.
posted on 09/18/2013 2:58:24 PM PDT
("A crack shot and a good dancer")
The new liar,who took her place, Jen Psaki is 10x worse.
posted on 09/18/2013 2:59:26 PM PDT
posted on 09/18/2013 3:00:45 PM PDT
Several Republican senators had planned to ask direct questions during the confirmation process about Nulands involvement in the cover-up in the aftermath of Benghazi. They remained silent and Ms. Nuland sailed thru the confirmation process with no debate.
The accumulation of these sorts of events over my lifetime, has pushed me very close to saying to heck with voting in national elections. Why participate in, and condone the charade that we have a constitutional republic?
posted on 09/18/2013 3:00:56 PM PDT
(An Article V amendment convention of the states is our only hope.)
Describing her husband after she got finished with him.....
posted on 09/18/2013 3:05:23 PM PDT
(Don't twerk me, Bro!)
What is she doing? Describing the length of her metrosexual boyfriend’s penis?
posted on 09/18/2013 3:06:31 PM PDT
by Jay Redhawk
Ah, the courageous rubber stamp Senate!
posted on 09/18/2013 3:11:59 PM PDT
by Standing Wolf
(No tyrant should ever be allowed to die of natural causes.)
Why is this surprising , they gave the Secretary of State job to a known Traitor, Liar, and War criminal.
Republicans should be ashamed of a lot of things.
Graham and Mccain are two of them.
posted on 09/18/2013 3:24:16 PM PDT
( cowardice posturing as tolerance =political correctness)
I had been given to understand that Nuland, herself, had an “excellent past record” as well as some GOP “friends that support her advancement!”
posted on 09/18/2013 4:03:38 PM PDT
She is a leftist freak. Repubs are co-conspirators.
posted on 09/18/2013 4:20:56 PM PDT
by hal ogen
(First Amendment or Reeducation Camp?)
To: annieokie; penelopesire; maggief; Protect the Bill of Rights; thouworm; SE Mom; Nachum; onyx; ...
Benghazi ping. Let Republicanprofessor know if you want on or off this ping list.
Put me on ya list, pleeze!
Jesus Christ: You cant impeach Him and He aint going to resign.
posted on 09/19/2013 5:37:36 PM PDT
Because she’s Robert Kagan’s wife!!!!
posted on 09/20/2013 4:07:01 AM PDT
by Ann Archy
(Abortion......the Human Sacrifice to the god of Convenience.)
I agree however, it would have been more appropriate for the Republicans in Chamber to walk out during the confirmation process of Nuland - something the Democrats did during family testimony at the Benghazi hearings, yesterday.
Actions speak louder in words and in the case of Nuland's confirmation, the action would have been appropriate.
posted on 09/20/2013 4:16:10 AM PDT
(The only difference between flash mob 'urban yutes' and U.S. politicians is the hoodies.)
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