Monday, May 13, 2013

Issa Wrong-Splains the Difference Between "Act of Terror" and "Terrorist Attack"

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The Benghazi Political Circus
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The President sent a letter to the president of Libya where he didn't call it a terrorist attack even when in real time the president of Libya was calling this a pre-planned Sept. 11 terrorist attack. So I think when you look at official correspondence from the President through the acting ambassador to the president of Libya, which came out in our hearing and was testified to under oath, the words that are being used carefully -- like you just said, act of terror -- an act of terror is different than a terrorist attack. The truth is, this was a terrorist attack, this had al Qaeda at it, this came over the wall very quickly, attacked and killed two people and then later two more hours later.
~ Congressman Darrell Issa, R-California, on Fox News

Finally, an explanation why Benghazi is such a scandal!
~ Kos on Daily Kos

I need an English to GOP translator
~ BP Pgh on Daily Kos

Some days, 100 angels can dance on the head of a pin.
Other times, 101 can. But 102 may be questionable.
~ hawkseye on Daily Kos

And Issa spelled backwards is ASS I
~ maxcat06 on Daily Kos

LMAO...former car thief Darrell Issa beclowns himself again.
~ big4bluz on Mediaite

Is Fox News just showing reruns now?
~ Met on Mediaite

Double speak feeds the wingnut base.
"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others".- George Orwell (Animal Farm)
~ CyberForce on Mediaite

Burning crosses or cross-shaped burnings?
~ Rev_Cocoa on Mediaite

Darrell Issa, grammatical wunderkind.
~ ThusBloggedAnderson on Talking Points Memo

"A pointless hunt for witches is completely different than a pointless witch hunt."
~ Chocko_Rocko on Talking Points Memo

Obama called it an 'act of terror' but in reality it was a 'terrorist attack' ?
IMPEACH HIM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
~ KnownUnknowns on Talking Points Memo

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