Sunday, October 25, 2015

Weird Weekend

What a weird weekend, starts out with Hillary Clinton and yet another Benghazi hearing, that people are sick of and we know why it's going on;
                          Thanks for that Congressman Cummings, but actually, no, we are not "better than that." America is not better than that. Politicians are not better than wasting millions of American taxpayers dollars, hell bent on Benghazi or Planned Parenthood or whatever stupidity that can be conjured.
I am not a fan of Hillary Clinton and I won't be voting for her and it has nothing to do with Benghazi.
Then there's this bit of weird, Tony Blair apologizing, but not apologizing about some mistakes in the Iraq War and he's trying to spin  his way out of the mess George Bush made. It seems that an inquiry into Iraq has been made in Mr. Blair's country and it's probably not looking good for him.
 I want to know where's the Inquiry on the Iraq War in America? If Blair made some mistakes what about George Bush? We have all this excruciating minutiae on Benghazi, however, no one seems to be interested in exactly how we were lied to and the country was led into a disastrous war and now the Middle East is a shambles. Russia has been asked by Iraq to bomb ISIS, how does that happen?
Twelve years later Americans are still dying in Iraq.
But I guess we can't look back? We can't look back at torture, wait, we did look at torture, the person who went to prison? whistleblower John Kiriakou, who provided information to reporters. Not a torturer. So maybe Blair jumped the gun, no need to apologize, nothing will happen to him anyway. Just like nothing has happened to George W. Wonder why he's not campaigning for his brother Jeb!?
What a great speaker he was; he made up a word, recrudeiments! Oh, and he and Jeb! had crabs, sorry to say.  After watching that video, it pretty much sums up how we are not, "better than that" There's not much that's weirder than watching that idiot President Bush speak the way he did and know that he was elected twice. He never admitted the Iraq War was a mistake, but the his own party did;

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