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Republican lunacy continues

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    Re: Republican lunacy continues

     The slogan of then-Senator Joe Biden during the confirmation hearings on John Bolton:

    No confirmation without information."

     
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    Also appearing on CBS, Sen. Jack Reed called Graham’s threat “unprecedented and unwarranted.”

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    THAT, is fr1ggin hilarious.  It is neither, Richardhead.

     
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    Re: Republican lunacy continues

    In response to airborne-rgr's comment:

    Eventually he just has to run out of new ways to ask the same question that he doesn't like the answer to...... Benghazi is not a scandal Lindsey.

     



    Let me try to give you a little bit of insight here.  He knows the answer to the question, and it is likely not good for Obama.  however, in order for it to have the imprimatur of validity, someone in Obama's camp needs to answer the question honestly.

     
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    In response to airborne-rgr's comment:

     

     

    Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), a vocal opponent of former Sen. Chuck Hagel, said on Monday that he would not support an effort to filibuster his nomination as defense secretary, Politico reports:

    "I just do not believe a filibuster is appropriate, and I would oppose such a move - I will try to make that argument to my colleagues," the Arizona Republican said.

    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters Saturday that Senate Republicans have not yet decided whether to filibuster Hagel's nomination.

    "Opposition to him is intensifying," McConnell said. "Whether that means he will end up having to achieve 60 votes or 51 is not clear yet."

    As the Washington Post notes, a Senate filibuster of a presidential cabinet nominee would be unprecedented.

     


    Yep, those wingnuts aren't obstructionists...move along...nothin' to see here.



    You're right they aren't. At this point in time at least. What have they obstructed?

    Senate Republicans have not yet decided whether to filibuster Hagel's nomination.

     
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    Re: Republican lunacy continues

    They are not known as the party of NO for nothing.

     
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    Re: Republican lunacy continues

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    In response to Newtster's comment:

    The justification is to get the administration to comply with the COngressional investigation.

     


    lol. Of course.


    They have complied. Repeatedly. You just don't like the answers.

     

    Obama is covering up the truth, unless he says that the truth is what the right already decided it is. This, from the people who think calling Benghazi "an act of terror" the day after it happened is not calling it a "terrorist attack" for two weeks.

     

    This looks just as dumb as "the long form pdf was fake!" Every time your silly little conspiracy theory is shot down, you invent another layer.

     

    Enough with the boring old lies. I know you're mad that your slander didn't deprive him of a second term, but you aren't fooling anyone.

     

     



    The sad thing is..that the Senators on the security council were all given a copy of the classified report. I am sure that all the info they are looking for is ..well..in the report. Why does anyone need to know exactly what Obama was doing at the moment of the Benghazi attack?  Although I am sure even that is in the classified report. Perhaps some of the wingnuts are just mad because those details can't be made public..you know..in a world where everyone has to know everything .

     
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