Skip to comments.I wonder who's Kissinger now? Rice does Benghazi dodge
Posted on 12/31/2013 8:37:16 AM PST by luke1825
She may occupy his old office in the White House, but Susan Rice is no Henry Kissinger, not by a long shot.
Rice, who is President Barack Obama's national-security adviser, is known as the person who appeared on five Sunday morning television news shows days after the planned, deadly attack on Americans in Benghazi, to push the lie that the attack was a spontaneous uprising based on a video.
It was an attempt by the administration to hide the fact that the attack, which took the lives of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans, was a planned Islamist terrorist attack on the undermanned U.S. diplomatic facility in Libya at a time when Obama insisted that the terrorists were on the run.
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Impeach Obama. Period.
Great Headline!! LOL
MEGA DITTOS TO THAT!All Republicans have to do is go to Federal Court and charge him with VIOLATING The US Constitution!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I wonder how many people get the pun. That’s quite an old-time song.
Yup, that isn’t a problem, as Barry S. violates the US Constitution every time he bypasses Congress. Lately that has been on a weekly basis.
The problem is that our sorry RINOs in the House will not replace Speaker John “Benghazi Cover Up” Boehner with Curt “Fire-in-the-Belly” Gowdy.
Impeach Obama. Period.
“Thats quite an old-time song.”
Yes it is. I believe it was first done by the Ted Weems Orch with Perry Como on lead in 1939.
I have a Ted Weems CD collection, but it only covers the 1924-30 era recordings!
I have a couple of copies of that song on 78 rpm on the DECCA label.You can tell from the sound of the band that it is a ‘period piece’, very 1920’s early 1930’s.
Never really knew the vintage of the song, but it always struck me as one of those really old-time 1910s era songs that got revived (like so many did) in the 30s/40s big-band era. There’s a certain delicateness to the lyrics that is more reminiscent of that earlier time, compared to the contemporary pop tunes of the 30s/40s.
She is certainly no Condoleezza. But I think she only got the job because of her last name so as to smear Condi with a poor performance in future political maneuvers.
The Inkspots did a lot of that sort or retro.
Yes, they did. A staggering percentage of late-20s/early-30s tunes got revived in later years. Became standards. There’s a certain timelessness about a lot of the songs written in that specific time-frame.
Benghazi is the result of AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PRESIDENT hiring another AFFIRMATIVE ACTION person.
- B Hussein Ohomo II :
- Four more years!