Friday, September 6, 2013

A Rant an American, not a Republican, not a Democrat, AN AMERICAN can 'Stand Behind'

Screw The World, This Country is About to SHAKE IT OFF, and We Won't Get Fooled Again

We're only vulnerable to the global agenda when a Democrat's in charge.   Now we have something that looked like a Democrat,  (imagine if Gore was in office instead of Bush )  we wouldn't be talking about it here, no doubt. It was assumed BO was a Democrat, but his walk and talk has proven him to be exactly what was scoffed at as conspiracy theories rattled off by a bunch of racist paranoid freaks wearing tin foil hats.  The "crazy lady" in the audience that McCain shamed for questioning BO's loyalty to our enemies turned out to be SPOT ON.   Look at how fucking great that worked out.   The U.S. drops the ball, and the whole so called "civilized" world goes to Hell... undoing decades of sacrifice and dedicated American ingenuity and courage... Fuck you fucking Dumbocrats, all you American hating scum,  and every stupid fat ass celebrity idolizing parasitic waste of space.  "All men wanna be rich, rich men wanna be king, and a king ain't satisfied til he rules everything"...Greed, Gluttony, and Excess driven douche bags screwing people over for more and more turned this country into a bunch of skanked out pimps and whores..  We were all rich when we were free to participate in our own government, work for a decent lifestyle that was within reach, and take a criminal out of the highest office and IMPEACH. 

By the way, there is no such thing as this term would imply "leading from behind" ... REALLY?   PLEASE!  ~  Go Fluff off and call it what it is ~  Doing NOTHING, then take "limited" and pathetic weak measures that are carefully calculated by public opinion poll results and political strategies ignoring the issue requiring action itself,  and only play by the rules when it's too late to act in an effective manner so you can blame the other side for your own failures.   That is exactly what has been this administration's M.O...   Can't forget adding the major Distraction tactics either.   BENGHAZI WILL NOT GO AWAY UNTIL THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR IT DO.     Run Hillary, Run, Your beat down will be cheap and easy for the opposition, you're cheap and sleazy.  But then again "What difference does it make"?   HAH, Wait and see.   Best to fade off into the background than be driven and pounded into the asphalt.  Your Ass is at Fault too.

~RIP American Heroes Chris, Glen, Tyrone, and Sean ~

Duncan, Wilson oppose Syria strike, invoke Benghazi

Sep. 4, 2013   |  
Jeff Duncan
While confronting Secretary of State John Kerry at a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Syria, Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., holds up a photo of Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods who died in Benghazi, Libya, Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Woods was one of four Americans slain in an attack on a U.S. compound in Libya last year. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) / J. Scott Applewhite / AP
WASHINGTON — Two South Carolina Republican congressmen are refusing to support military strikes against Syria, in part because they say no one has been punished for the 2012 attacks on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Rep. Jeff Duncan of Laurens tangled with Secretary of State John Kerry at a Wednesday hearing after suggesting the Obama administration is using Syria to distract from the Benghazi incident in which four Americans were killed, including the ambassador, one year ago next week.
Duncan provoked Kerry by holding up a picture of one of the Benghazi victims.
“The American people deserve answers before we move forward talking about military involvement in Syria,” Duncan said during the hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
President Barack Obama has asked Congress to approve a resolution authorizing military strikes against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in response to its apparent use of chemical weapons against other Syrians on Aug. 21.
Rep. Joe Wilson also invoked Benghazi during Wednesday’s four-hour hearing and asked if the administration is avoiding other controversial issues such as the 2010 health care reform law, the debt ceiling, sequestration and the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative organizations for special scrutiny.
Wilson also asked Kerry why Obama didn’t propose military action against Assad when the White House learned his regime had used chemical weapons in April. Kerry said that was a smaller-scale event that prompted the administration to provide some aid to opposition forces in Syria, but not military strikes.
“I think action should have been taken then,” Wilson said.
He said after the hearing he will oppose a resolution authorizing military force against Syria, partly because the administration did not respond forcefully enough after the April incident.
Duncan accused Kerry of abandoning what he characterized as Kerry’s personal policy of caution and restraint regarding the use of military force.