Saturday, May 25

Nobody in this administration knows anything about anything

A great thing about bloggers is they post pieces by others that one might otherwise miss.  Here's one from Cold Fury (slightly edited):
No one in this administration knows anything.

The president didn’t know that the inspector general was investigating his IRS for targeting political enemies.

The president didn’t know anything about his Justice Department’s seizure of the phone records for a couple of dozen phones used by reporters for the Associated Press.

Attorney-General Holder didn’t know anything about his department’s subpoena of AP records, nor anything about "Operation Fast and Furious."

As you could have guessed, Hillary said she didn’t know anything about requests for help in Benghazi--or about requests for extra security once a threat was identified--even though the cables from Libya went directly to her office.

Is there *anyone* in this sorry excuse for a government who will admit to knowing anything?

Harry Reid said, “They’re hyperventilating about Benghazi. [It's just] a sideshow. This is about smear politics and nothing else.”

Hyperventilating? Is that what you really think, senator?

Two Americans on a roof waiting for help that never came--because your asshole president authorized his lackeys to order potential rescue forces to stand down. Instead he boarded Air Force One for a Las Vegas fundraiser and went to bed.

Why does your president apologize to Muslims and lie to Americans?

Why does he use the IRS to silence political dissent, and the Justice Department to threaten the press?

How is it that he can mobilize the IRS to go after his political enemies but can’t mobilize troops to save American lives in Benghazi?
 Wow, those would be some good questions for someone with power to ask some federal appointees.


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