"We have met the enemy and they are ours..." -- Oliver Hazard Perry
"I don't want a piece of you... I want the whole thing!" -- Bob Barker
The families, of course, are partisan hacks.
anyone whosoever questions anything done or said by anyone who has ever met Obama is a partisan hack.
I have never seen an admission of error to any degree on the part of anyone associated with the White House nor any of their supporters.
What is sounding like desperation is not this inquiry, but the constant rant of "old news" and whiny little protests that it's all persecution from Obamhaters.
A woman who has admitted harassing political opponents through the IRS has lied to congress and now refuses to testify. A silly, childish, and easily demolished lie about the assassinations of four people serving their government is masked behind bleats of partisan witch hunts, while the president who has boasted the most open and accountable government in the HISTORY of the nation hides behind underlings and things that slither like Jay Carney, and the fawning few left top idolize merely bleat "unfair"
Anyone honest with nothing to hide would open the books and make fools of the accusers, if they weren't hiding a ton of other ****.
I did not ever think I would see the day to see Democrats behaving worse than Nixon Republicans......
At least Tricky Dick had a foreign policy....
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
Mornin Moot. Not all Republicans voted to go to Iraq either. There were 7 of them that didn't. One Senator and 6 Congressmen. Most of them were Liberty Republicans or Moderates. There is only one left still in the House.
The House members who got it right were Ron Paul, John Duncan, Amo Houghton, John Hostettler, Jim Leach, and Connie Morella. The lone senator was Lincoln Chaffee.
Only Duncan is still in Congress. For all the success the antiwar right seems to have had, it’s worth remembering that very few of the liberty-movement Republicans now serving have been tested to the degree those seven were. The Republican non-interventionist caucus has had to be rebuilt, and what it looks like today is quite different from what it was in 2002. Certainly it’s more philosophically unified. About half of the original AUFM “no” votes were moderates representing blue states or blue districts. For the most part, they’ve been replaced in office by Democrats.....snip~
The Seven Republicans Who Were Right About Iraq | The American Conservative
And the Cherokee/Deleware claim wasn't a lie. She grew up with her family telling her she had those ties, and it's pretty much the most believable, innocuous claim one could make. Really think about it: if that's the worst you have on her, she rocks.
Benghazi hearing puts Democrats in a Tough Spot......
http://www.debatepolitics.com/us-pol...ough-spot.html (Benghazi hearing puts Democrats in a Tough Spot......)