Saturday, November 17, 2012

A Doubletoon for the Afternoon





8 comments:

-FJ said...

I loves the last one.

It's easy to make fun of "nativists". They are extremely vulnerable to the whims of the "haves" for everything that makes up the "direction" of their existence.

-FJ said...

For they are our culture's accursed share.

-FJ said...

btw - I do NOT agree with the link's "conclusions". Money was invented as a device for FREEING the individual from "social obligations" (aka "credit") and surrender of "future individual sovereignty" that comes with "taking" a gift.

"Credit" is a curse to "individualism".

Always On Watch said...

I just linked that second graphic at Infidel Bloggers Alliance.

Ducky's here said...

Well, still on the Benghazi bus.

Petraeus (R - Generals gone wild) has testified that the CIA gave the "movie" briefing to Rice, the Senate Intelligence committee (oxymoron?) and anyone else who wanted it.

There was no cover up and you folks are still splitting hairs.

Is this the new birth certificate?

Waylon said...

Is this the new birth certificate?

Not that anything as basic as a birth certificate was ever produced, but no, this is just the "Arab Spring" gone wild, reaching it's logical conclusion.

Keep watching Gaza, somebody has to since your man Obama is now heading for Burma. Go figure that.

Always On Watch said...

Duck,
Petraeus (R - Generals gone wild) has testified that the CIA gave the "movie" briefing to Rice, the Senate Intelligence committee (oxymoron?) and anyone else who wanted it.

Hold.

The.

Phone.

On November 16, thehe WaPo stated as follows:Former CIA director David H. Petraeus told Congress on Friday that the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, was clearly an act of terrorism, but he did not resolve the question of when the agency reached that conclusion, according to law­makers who attended the closed-door sessions.

Several members of the House and Senate intelligence committees who heard Petraeus’s testimony said that he indicated he believed immediately after the incident that it was a terrorist attack. That appeared to conflict with testimony he gave them three days after the attack, when he said it appeared to have begun as a “spontaneous” assault that was overtaken by “extremists.”

The timing of the CIA’s conclusion has become a contentious issue in Congress...

[...]

Former CIA director David H. Petraeus told Congress on Friday that the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, was clearly an act of terrorism, but he did not resolve the question of when the agency reached that conclusion, according to law­makers who attended the closed-door sessions.

Several members of the House and Senate intelligence committees who heard Petraeus’s testimony said that he indicated he believed immediately after the incident that it was a terrorist attack. That appeared to conflict with testimony he gave them three days after the attack, when he said it appeared to have begun as a “spontaneous” assault that was overtaken by “extremists.”

The timing of the CIA’s conclusion has become a contentious issue in Congress...


Reminiscent of Watergate.

Always On Watch said...

And here's something else to keep in mind....

Five days after the Benghazi massacre, Ambassador Rice went on five Sunday talk shows and told a lie. Who instructed her to tell that lie? Now, I will grant that maybe she didn't know that it was a lie. On the other hand, it is not out of the realm of possibility that she was promised a higher position in the Obama administration if she knowingly told a lie to feather her own nest.

Not one word of Rice's claims, echoed by every Administration mouthpiece, was right!