Then Again, With Moron Allies Like These…

Not saying that their hearts are not in the right place, I’m just saying that it’s painfully obvious to somebody who’s been around a bit longer than they have that they’re falling for it.

Petraeus/Broadwell etc.?

Smoke screen.

The leftist swine can’t have anybody talking about what actually happened in Benghazi and why Bronco Bummer the BlightBringer was rotating on his own thumbs while American soil was being invaded and our top officers were being murdered with him refusing to lift a damn finger (because he was too busy fingering his prostate in hopes of achieving those orgasms he used to get in Chicago bath houses), so they turn the whole thing into “who was Petraeus banging and when?” which is, obviously, more important than a few Americans sodomized and murdered and our sovereign soil invaded without as much as a “well that’s not nice!” from our alleged “Commander-in-Chief”.

And even more important than two U.S. officers and several hundred innocent Mexicans murdered by a deliberate attempt to manufacture a narrative (Fast and Furious) but what the fuck? Let’s all talk about Petraeus’ wiener instead.

That’s why the leftist swine in this nation succeed. Because you ig’nant fucks have no idea what you’re up against and fall for every last trick they pull. Just watch the “leading” conservative sites. It’s all about Broadwell’s fishy taint now. Everybody’s conveniently forgotten what it’s really about.

We’d be more charitable and forgiving in our denunciation of your naivete if it wasn’t for one thing, and those of you who have hung around for a while will know it, and that thing is that we spent THREE FUCKING DECADES experiencing, FIRST HAND, how those baby fucking leftards play the game and warning you against it, but nobody paid any fucking attention because, fuck, dumb furreiner.

Not YOU, obviously, you’re still around and you wouldn’t have been if YOU were the ones refusing to pay attention, but it’s really fucking hard to help if your advice, based on first hand experience, is being ignored by “conservatives” as a whole.

Oh well. Fuck you. We’ll still be around when you’ve been buried as a result of your faith in yourselves and knowing everything better, by virtue of your natural, imagined superiority over those dumb peasants coming to this country from nations that have gone through the whole thing before.

You keep talking about Broadwell’s snatch just like your new overlords want you to. We’ll try to focus on what’s important here.

Now get out of the way, you puling infants. You have no fucking idea what you’re up against, and that’s not your fault. But we’d really appreciate it if you’d just go stuff your faces with Jell-O or momma’s lipstick, because you’re getting in the way of saving this nation.

You should probably go back to obsessing about WoW and fapping like monkeys to Christina Hendricks’ fun bags (and they’re quite impressive, we have to admit), because that seems to be the limit of your intellectual capacity.




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    For fuck’s sake, how many fucking times does this smoke screen shit have to happen before people understand the principle? :em08:


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    God’s teeth, people are stupid.

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    Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan growls and barks:

    I haven’t forgotten Fast and Furious or Benghazi. I want to see a day of reckoning. That doesn’t mean I don’t have some questions concerning why a potential security risk was ignored, cause it seems to an outside observer that avoiding political embarrassment before an election was the reason. It’s just another log on the fire.

    You know the whole walks like a duck thing…

    Doesn’t mean I have put the HellBeast’s other bloody indiscretions on the back burner. I have great capacity for multitasking.

    Look at it this way…… with the torrid aspects of this particular story it has the potential of keeping the attention of Cthulhu’s followers for more than 2 seconds. It probably will not be much political damage….. but I’ll take any thing I can get to slow him down.

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    Boryon growls and barks:

    Are you referring to the LSM here? I ask because I see this exact point being raised over at Baen’s Bar and the Diplomad. They are very suspicious of Petraeus potentially avoiding testifying to congress over Benghazi.

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    LC_Salgak growls and barks:

    Boryon says:

    Are you referring to the LSM here? I ask because I see this exact point being raised over at Baen’s Bar and the Diplomad. They are very suspicious of Petraeus potentially avoiding testifying to congress over Benghazi.

    Alas, places like the Rottie and the Bar and the Diplomad are rare. And the community tends to be a lot of the same people. . .

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    Boryon growls and barks:

    LC_Salgak says:

    Alas, places like the Rottie and the Bar and the Diplomad are rare. And the community tends to be a lot of the same people. . .

    True, I’ve spotted some people I know from lurking on the Bar posting here. For that matter, I followed a link from the Bar to here and have (mostly) lurked ever since.

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    LC Mike in Chi growls and barks:

    For those of us who have read, (and heard first hand) what tyranny is all about, it behooves ME to do something, Anything, to prepare for the necessary removal of the crushing yoke of these architects of human misery.
    One of the greatest of my direct family lineage, Charles Martel, saw the foolishness of capitulation within his own influence, and dedicated his efforts to setting up the Christian states in what is now Europe. He was ruthless. He took church lands and spent nearly six years training an army to defeat what was considered the greatest cavalry in Europe at the time, the Iberian Umayyad.

    Battle of Tours:

    In 721, the Umayyads first came north and were defeated by Odo at the Battle of Toulouse. Having assessed the situation in Iberia and the Umayyad attack on Aquitaine, Charles came to believe that a professional army, rather than raw conscripts, was needed to defend the realm from invasion. To raise the money necessary to build and train an army that could withstand the Muslim horsemen, Charles began seizing Church lands, earning the ire of the religious community. In 732, the Umayyads moved north again led by Emir Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi. Commanding approximately 80,000 men, he plundered Aquitaine.

    As Abdul Rahman sacked Aquitaine, Odo fled north to seek aid from Charles. This was granted in exchange for Odo recognizing Charles as his overlord. Mobilizing his army, Charles moved to intercept the Umayyads. In order to avoid detection and allow Charles to select the battlefield, the approximately 30,000 Frankish troops moved over secondary roads toward the town of Tours. For the battle, Charles selected a high, wooded plain which would force the Umayyad cavalry to charge uphill. Forming a large square, his men surprised Abdul Rahman, forcing the Umayyad emir to pause for a week to consider his options.

    On the seventh day, after gathering all of his forces, Abdul Rahman attacked with his Berber and Arab cavalry. In one of the few instances where medieval infantry stood up to cavalry, Charles’ troops defeated repeated Umayyad attacks. As the battle waged, the Umayyads finally broke through the Frankish lines and attempted to kill Charles. He was promptly surrounded by his personal guard who repulsed the attack. As this was occurring, scouts that Charles had sent out earlier were infiltrating the Umayyad camp and freeing prisoners.

    Believing that the plunder of the campaign was being stolen, a large part of the Umayyad army broke off the battle and raced to protect their camp. While attempting to stop the apparent retreat, Abdul Rahman was surrounded and killed by Frankish troops. Briefly pursued by the Franks, the Umayyad withdrawal turned into a full retreat. Charles reformed his troops expecting another attack, but to his surprise it never came as the Umayyads continued their retreat all the way to Iberia. Charles’ victory at the Battle of Tours saved Western Europe from the Muslim invasions and was a turning point in European history.

    When they can get tribute with little effort; taxes, conscripts, fawning apparatchiks, tyrants build monuments to themselves and they grow fat quickly. When their thievery lays waste to their holdings, they first oppress their own, then they call up the most horrible of human inventions, WAR!
    My people have been fighting the nations of Islam for 1300yrs.
    If you think that it isn’t the muzzies vs everyone else, You. Do. Not. Know. History!!!!!11!
    They are the embodiment of the Facist state that we are heading into.
    I am not distracted with the sensationalism of populist interest.
    I’m pissed off!
    I’m gonna’ put the Hammer down!
    Find your troops
    Choose your battlefield
    Box ’em in
    Threaten their treasure (for there lies their heart)
    And when they try to protect it
    Slaughter them to the last
    Do not kid yourselves, without leaders who can be as ruthless as Martel, we are doomed.

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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    I have often wondered if what we are watching with this President is not sheer, unadulterated cluelessness and incompetence, but rather something else, perhaps an intentional series of actions designed to achieve results most Americans would never have signed on for.

    So, if I were a suspicious person who was unwilling to trust the motives of our Commander-in-Chief, I might make an observation about the events of these last few weeks. First, AFRICOM General Ham is relieved. Next, we learn of the scandal that brings Petraeus down. Today, news breaks that General John Allen has his own sex scandal to attend to.

    I might also observe that one of the greatest barriers to this President accessing more power is our military, whom I have heretofore been willing to trust to secure our freedom should push eventually come to shove.

    But given a sufficient number of events like these, one begins to wonder how the relative power and credibility of these forces will fare, and the allegiance of general officers installed by Obama might be aligned come some future event.

    Sure, it’s a bit tinfoil-hatish. But if history has taught us anything, four years is a long time for things set in motion today to bear wicked fruit. And it is obvious to me that we need to start including the unthinkable in our scenarios for the future.

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    Templar_Knight growls and barks:

    Of course it is, it always is… No democrat EVER fucks anything up, its always the people on the right, directly or indirectly. I knew the worm would turn like this. First 4 years its Teh Evil Booooosh’s fault. Next 4 years its obviously the unwillingness of republicans to just roll over and die that is to blame.


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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    As I recall, didn’t ear leaders OWN party vote against every budget that was brought up ?? Even their OWN ??

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    If nothing else, the timing stinks to high heaven. The FBI had been investigating him for months, maybe even a year, yet the story “leaks” out right after the election.

    According to a November 12th Fox News item, “White House Counterterrorism Advisor John Brennan reportedly was aware that there was a relationship as early as the summer of 2011.” That is at odds with the timeline now being fed to press outlets like the Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal that were incalculably helpful to the President’s reelection bid by keeping a lid on the Benghazigate story until after the election.

    We have learned that Gen. Petraeus’ lover, Paula Broadwell, had classified information on her personal computer. She and her paramour both deny that he was its source. It is unclear whether either was polygraphed, or whether the FBI is simply taking their word for it. Either way, we need to know if the security breach (whatever its provenance) is going to be pursued. Or will it be dropped, with potentially far-reaching implications for how others treat state secrets?

    the aforementioned Fox News report indicates, moreover, that Ms. Broadwell appears to have actually disclosed such secrets. It seems she revealed in a speech at the University of Denver in October that the so-called CIA “annex” in Benghazi was being used to detain and interrogate jihadists from around the region.

    Another activity in which the CIA’s Benghazi station was reportedly engaged posed risk to Mr. Obama’s reelection. The station was covertly helping an international effort to arm the so-called “Syrian opposition” by shipping weapons recovered from “liberated” Qaddafi-era caches. If, as the New York Times has reported, the bulk of the armaments being sent thither by Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are winding up in the hands of the most radical Islamist elements, some supplied by us are likely reaching al Qaeda operatives.

    The Obama regime’s star witness on Benghazi would be better tagged as an alleged mistress than a “military expert”.

    Speaking to her alma mater, the University of Denver, on October 26, the author of the book All In: The Education of General David Petraeus, published January 2012, Paula Broadwell, acknowledged that “there was a failure in the system”. (Israel National News, Nov., 11, 2012)

    But ‘The Spy Who Came Into The (Obama regime) Fold’ got her number of Benghazi deaths wrong…”As a former intel officer it’s frustrating to me because it reveals our sources and methods, I don’t think the public necessarily needs to know all of that. It is a tragedy that we lost an ambassador and two other government officials, and (…) there was a failure in the system because there was additional security requested, but it’s frustrating to see the sort of political aspect of what’s going on with this whole investigation.”

    There were, of course, three other and not “two other” government officials who lost their lives in Benghazi.

    In August of this year, Broadwell was promoted to the rank of Lt. Col. in the USA Army Reserve.

    Gen. Petraeus, allegedly having been caught red handed in an extra-marital affair with his biographer, does the honorable thing by stepping down.

    Broadwell, who is allegedly Part Two of the ‘Affair of the Century’, keeps her promotion and becomes a self-proclaimed ‘military expert’ mouthpiece in the Benghazi affair.

    Broadwell is also now accused of sending threatening and harassing emails to Jill Kelley, a social liaison to MacDill Air Force base in Tampa.

    The link to the Broadwell story on the Drudge Report today should have Americans, who care about the Benghazi coverup, asking two important questions: Is Paula Broadwell a credible witness or is she merely an Obama Regime ‘Spy Who Was Brought Into the Fold?

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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    Yeah, with moron “allies” like these, Nazis and KKK – Beating the Drums of Secession.
    According to this asshat, we are nothing but nazis and klukkers. But this is “tolerance” and all of that happy bullshit.
    Have fun in the comments folks. It’s plain to me that we need to clear the ranks of those whom claim to be our “allies”.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    His Contradictoriness alleged:

    The thing is — and something NONE of you are willing to admit — Obama DID inherit a huge steamy pile of shit

    None of us would ackmowledge Bush budgetary blunders? That’s a steaming pile in itself! Obi-Wrong Baracki found existing Misthaufen inadequate & immediately began piling on faster & furiouser.

    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. says:

    So, the fact that there has been no budget during King O’s reign is the fault of the Republicans?


    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. says:

    The fact that we are 16 Trillion dollars in debt and have sold our souls to the Chinese is the fault of the Republicans?

    Again, yes.

    Fascinating. Explain again how sheeps’ bladders may be employed to prevent earthquakes.

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    Don’t forget the bunch of pseudocons was wanted to give the nomination to Petraeus. How would that have played out? :em03:

    LC SecondMouse @ #8:
    You’e entirely rignt. And don’t forget that the Admiral in charge of hte Mediterranean Fifth Fleet has also been removed during the same time period, And the Commander of officers of frigate Vandegriff were just releived of command “for drunkenness while on port call in Vladivostok”. This is starting to look a bit like hte Red Army Purge of 1938, though not as bloody … yet.

    As for Petraeus, I will not predict anything about his coming testimony. But I will not be surprised if he either does a Boorda … or gets Breitbarted.