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U.S. Ambassador Stephens.

BARRY0619 2012/09/18 20:52:54


WARNING!! - - - - this email contains VERY upsetting pictures.....view at your own risk.......I'm serious.....












These are pictures you will not see in the Empty Chair media. Our US Ambassador to Libya being dragged through the streets before being murdered.




Here
is our American Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, diplomat, father,
husband, and American Citizen, being dragged through the streets of
Benghazi, and your President does NOTHING! . . .




except go to Las Vegas for a fund raiser, plus two more today.

nhy

mju

To
most Americans this is an act of war. To our "president", it's just
another act of office violence like Fort Hood. He and the Secy of State
have already apologized and will soon send them another $6.3 Billion in
foreign aid. This is as sad as it gets.






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  • timbanthan 2012/11/03 16:47:16
    timbanthan
    +4
    No family could handle this situation such as bitter, painfull feelings when looking into these picts!
  • JT For Political Reform 2012/10/11 14:01:29
    JT For Political Reform
    +6
    When in a hostile country you never leave your people without full protection. Where the hell was Hillary Clinton? This is her department and it was her job to keep these people safe. She failed just like Obama has failed. I've even heard rumors that the whole time this crap was happening, nobody could find Hillary. Now what's up with that?
  • Son Of Anubis™ 2012/10/10 23:11:49
    Son Of Anubis™
    +4
    I think they had it right about 1000 years ago.....

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  • History... Son Of ... 2012/10/12 03:16:33
    HistoryBuff782
    You mean a religious 'holy' war?

    It was a mob, not the entire country that attacked the embassy. The main reason we are hated in the middle east is because of our horrid foreign policy, and our constent mingling in the affairs of other nations.

    This is exactly what my point was. The ignorant masses always want to rush to action in a situation like this without even thinking or considering the consequences!
  • Son Of ... History... 2012/10/12 16:17:30
    Son Of Anubis™
    +2
    Hey if the shoe fits.....

    The fight/war would be against those of the Fanatical/murderous arm of Islam...the Islamists, Muslim Brotherhoood, AQ, Talibananas etc...such as it was when the Templars and Hospitallerswere fighting the Infidels on the East 800 & 900 yrs ago. The knights did not brutalize the locals but fought the fanatics on the battlefield....this is the analogy of the 'Crusade' which seems to be the only thing these murdering bastards understand, and if it takes another Crusade to rid the world of this scum, then so be it!!
  • History... Son Of ... 2012/10/12 22:25:19
  • HistoryBuff782 2012/09/25 01:35:55
    HistoryBuff782
    You don't declare war on an entire country based on the actions of a few. Good god, we're $16 TRILLION in debt!

    We don't have the money to get in another pointless war! But whatever! We've already bombed several other middle-eastern countries to hell, what difference is another going to make, huh? -_-
  • BARRY0619 History... 2012/09/25 18:16:04
    BARRY0619
    +11
    Maybe when you finish high school you will be able to understand the reasoning junior.
  • History... BARRY0619 2012/09/25 20:41:24
    HistoryBuff782
    What reasoning are you talking about?? Intervening in country after country, getting involved in fruitless conflicts halfway around the world, and wasting trillions? How is THAT reasonable at all?

    Please, explain to me. I'd be glad to hear your side of this. Don't [...]assume I know nothing because I'm young, and that you automatically know more than others. Give me a good reason why you feel that it is reasonable to attack an entire country, because the actions of a few.
  • BARRY0619 History... 2012/09/25 20:53:18 (edited)
    BARRY0619
    +11
    Okay junior, 3000 Americans were killed on September 11, 2001 by a few Muslim extremists. You don't think that's enough to warrant a response to a country that obviously hates us?

    By the way, you can consult one of your teachers if needed.
  • History... BARRY0619 2012/09/25 22:35:45
    HistoryBuff782
    As a matter of fact, I don't think that was reason to invade an entire country. We should've just sent in special forces/CIA operatives to help track Bin Laden and the Al Qaeda members down. I think this is exactly what the bastards wanted, for us to rush into action, and bog ourselves down in a pointless war, draining our money and recources.

    We stick our noses up everyones asses, and get involved in things that we have no buisness in. Mabye instead of trying to act as the policeman of the world, we should focus on our OWN country. We spend more on our military budget than all of the other major powers combined! Imagine all the good that could be done if some of that money were instead put toward things like education, medicine, infrastructure, the economy, etc.

    9/11 is beside the point though. The ambassador and a few others were killed by a mob. To use that as an excuse to delcare war against an entire country, is beyond absurd. People like you always want to rush to action to quickly, and never think out the consequences of our actions. No one learns from history..
  • Semper Fi History... 2012/10/11 13:47:44
    Semper Fi
    +11
    "No one learns from history.."

    Correction: No one learns from historybuff782..
  • beavith1 History... 2012/10/11 15:33:55
    beavith1
    +10
    Evidently, you missed the part about American Exceptionalism.

    hind sight is usually 20/20, so you get no kudos for monday morning quarterbacking.

    our business is everywhere. even back to the beginning of the Republic, the US Navy is a creation of Jefferson finding that his (and our) options were very limited when people dictate to us.

    yes. we do spend more on our military than anyone else in the world. and we sure can spend less and make those dollars go further. i don't think that anyone would disagree. we also spend far more than anyone else in the world on education, and we are currently ranked 27th in outcome.

    i get a knot in my stomach when you simply repeat the democrat mantra about spending MORE on things like education (clearly, money is NOT the issue), medicine ( if Obamacare is finally and fully implemented THAT will break the bank and cause unlimited suffering (find and watch Soylent Green for one possible outcome (just watch the Edward G Robinson character)), infrastructure is whatever the democrats want it to be, and the economy (they clearly have no idea what they are doing except spending other people's money)


    9/11 is NOT beside the point. People respect you or people fear you. Under Obama , we are neither feared nor respected. THAT is intolerable and THAT is what history teaches us.


    weakness, by itself, is provocative.
  • Sheila beavith1 2012/10/11 16:59:45
    Sheila
    +6
    OMG THIS is an AWESOME post!!! VERY WELL PUT!!! applause
  • beavith1 Sheila 2012/10/11 17:11:15
    beavith1
    +4
    TX!

    :-)
  • History... beavith1 2012/10/11 22:47:31
    HistoryBuff782
    First of all, I'm not a liberal. I prefer to think of myself as a libertarian. I support neither Obama or Romney. Both are simply corporate puppets when it comes down to it.

    American 'exceptionalism' is nothing more than an arrogant, egotistical view promoting the idea that we are somehow 'above' other nations.

    Jefferson never intended for us to be an interventionist nation. The US Navy was formed mainly as a means of defense against our enemies, not as a force to attack other nations on a hair trigger without justification.

    We don't need to spend anymore on our damn military than we already do. If we cut some funds on the military budget (doesn't have to be a big chunk), we'll be fine. I believe that education should be mainly handled by the states instead of the Federal government.

    I do NOT support the individual mandate of Obamacare, however I do support the majority of the rest. If a poor family doesn't have the money for insurance, they won't get thrown on the streets. If someone with the money wants to buy their own healthcare, that should be their choice. But the healthcare will be there for people who can't afford medical insurance. Besides, it was based on Romney's plan in the first place! Yet you don't mention that..

    Infrastructure is "whatever the democrats want it to be...







    First of all, I'm not a liberal. I prefer to think of myself as a libertarian. I support neither Obama or Romney. Both are simply corporate puppets when it comes down to it.

    American 'exceptionalism' is nothing more than an arrogant, egotistical view promoting the idea that we are somehow 'above' other nations.

    Jefferson never intended for us to be an interventionist nation. The US Navy was formed mainly as a means of defense against our enemies, not as a force to attack other nations on a hair trigger without justification.

    We don't need to spend anymore on our damn military than we already do. If we cut some funds on the military budget (doesn't have to be a big chunk), we'll be fine. I believe that education should be mainly handled by the states instead of the Federal government.

    I do NOT support the individual mandate of Obamacare, however I do support the majority of the rest. If a poor family doesn't have the money for insurance, they won't get thrown on the streets. If someone with the money wants to buy their own healthcare, that should be their choice. But the healthcare will be there for people who can't afford medical insurance. Besides, it was based on Romney's plan in the first place! Yet you don't mention that..

    Infrastructure is "whatever the democrats want it to be"? Please, explain that to me.

    afford medical insurance based romneys plan mention infrastructure democrats explain

    I'm not saying we should be isolationist, or 'weak', militarily. But as the saying goes, with great power comes great responsibility. We should only get involved in a conflict if it is a direct threat to our national security. The countries of Iraq and Afghanistan are not threats. Bush said they had WMD's, none were found.

    direct threat national security countries iraq afghanistan threats bush wmds

    The primary reason we're in the middle east is oil. Not to "fight for our freedoms", or "liberate the people". Oil, the almighty petro-dollar. The oil companies and government have been in bed together for years.
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  • beavith1 History... 2012/10/15 00:54:03
    beavith1
    +1
    if you repeat the liberal accusations, what you think that you are is immaterial. what you ARE is a tool OF the liberals.

    yeah. you're mistaken. go reread why the Navy was put together. the Marine hymn gets you a long way there.

    American Exceptionalism is far more than what you think that it is. you REALLY need to dig into it.

    cutting funds out of the military budget 'just because' is not a rational method.

    kudos for your emotional choice to support the PPACA. emotion is why we got stuck with that lemon of a bill. there are a multitude of ways to get the same thing without blowing up the economy.

    democrat infrastructure is things like arbitrarily acting as venture capitalists using taxpayer money for solar and wind plays, while meaningfully deciding to punish coal. its using taxpayer money to apply to 'shovel ready jobs' when jobs that could be created with those mamoth scale jobs take eyars to prep.

    basically, its the same trap that Japan fell into in 1990 to try and stimulate their way out of their real estate bust. the time period known as their 'Lost Decade' with no real national growth along with massive gov't debt. basically, the same path that we are on with Obama.

    Bush said Iraq had WMD. Afghanistan's Taliban coddled Al Qaeda and wouldn't give them up to us. usi...

    if you repeat the liberal accusations, what you think that you are is immaterial. what you ARE is a tool OF the liberals.

    yeah. you're mistaken. go reread why the Navy was put together. the Marine hymn gets you a long way there.

    American Exceptionalism is far more than what you think that it is. you REALLY need to dig into it.

    cutting funds out of the military budget 'just because' is not a rational method.

    kudos for your emotional choice to support the PPACA. emotion is why we got stuck with that lemon of a bill. there are a multitude of ways to get the same thing without blowing up the economy.

    democrat infrastructure is things like arbitrarily acting as venture capitalists using taxpayer money for solar and wind plays, while meaningfully deciding to punish coal. its using taxpayer money to apply to 'shovel ready jobs' when jobs that could be created with those mamoth scale jobs take eyars to prep.

    basically, its the same trap that Japan fell into in 1990 to try and stimulate their way out of their real estate bust. the time period known as their 'Lost Decade' with no real national growth along with massive gov't debt. basically, the same path that we are on with Obama.

    Bush said Iraq had WMD. Afghanistan's Taliban coddled Al Qaeda and wouldn't give them up to us. using that 20/20 hindsight, Iraq wasn't the right move. Afghanistan was a good move that Obama will wind up squandering.

    if not us, who? if not now, when?
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  • History... beavith1 2012/10/15 04:13:55
    HistoryBuff782
    I can see neither of us is going to get through the other's head here.

    There is no point in continuing this fruitless argument anymore. You seem to think that I've been brainwashed by "Da Liberal lies!" (When I'm not even a liberal at all). I think you've been watching a bit too much of FAUX News and whatever spews out of Bill O'Reilly's mouth.

    The Republican party today is a sad shadow of what it once was (same with the Democrats). The *True* conservatives of the past, such as Barry Goldwater or Eisenhower, would be rolling in their graves if they saw what has become of the GOP-

    shadow democrats true conservatives barry goldwater eisenhower rolling graves gop-

    eisenhower on preventative war

    shadow democrats true conservatives barry goldwater eisenhower rolling graves gop-
  • beavith1 History... 2012/10/19 19:27:24
    beavith1
    +1
    if you repeat the democrat talking points, you can call yourself whatever you like, but all you're doing is promoting the democrat candidacy of Obama.

    it doesn't matter if you wrap yourself up with names and faces of 50 years ago.

    you're aiding and comforting the lefties.
  • History... beavith1 2012/10/20 23:28:32
  • beavith1 History... 2012/10/21 03:50:23
    beavith1
    +1
    oh. a Paulistinian. gotcha. you could have just said so.

    Ron Paul and Gary Johnson are irrelevant. this is a race between Romney and Obama. using those democrat 'sources' to knock down Romney, then conflating them both as indistinguishable means that we'll get saddled with Obama again.

    unless you're a dyed in the wool democrat, returning Obama (a known failure) is a massive fail, unless you like unemployment, struggling GDP growth, and a president that thrives on divisiveness.
  • History... beavith1 2012/10/21 04:03:13
  • rightside beavith1 2012/10/12 21:46:45
    rightside
    +2
    Well said.
  • Sheila History... 2012/10/11 17:03:25
    Sheila
    +5
    Honey I understand the passion and the black and white world of teens. I KNOW you think you are being mature and knowledgeable. Unfortunately the world is NOT a black and white thing. There are far more than 50 shades of gray too.

    If you really enjoy history read up on WWII. If we had not stepped in what would the world look like? Sometimes you have to step up and do the right thing. Even at a personal cost.
  • ☆Hitler... History... 2012/10/12 00:25:43
    ☆Hitler was a community organiz☆
    +2
    if you will notice that the Russians fought in Afghanistan for 11 years and got their @sses handed to them...Afghanistan is a trap..US forces setting up shop in Iraq forced Al qaeda into Iraq...on flat ground where we kill them in the open...for the most part...go to West Point before you start talking where and when to take up arms...or at least read Sun Tzu

    the art of war
  • History... ☆Hitler... 2012/10/12 03:13:16
    HistoryBuff782
    We've fallen into the same trap that the Russians did. The Taliban use guerilla tactics such as IEDs, suicide bombers, etc. They are fanatical in their ideology.

    There is no way to 'win' in a situation like that. All we've accomplished is the drainage of our money/resources, which I believe is exactly their aim.
  • rightside History... 2012/10/12 21:49:21
    rightside
    +1
    Weakness gives open doors to terrorists. By having bama apologize to those nations makes us appear weak and afraid.
    Would you have had us turn our backs on the holocaust? How about all those people that saddam and his sons murdered? Thousands of them.
    Should we close our eyes to those that are being persecuted?
  • History... rightside 2012/10/12 22:39:19
    HistoryBuff782
    No, I am by no means an isolationist, but we should only get involved in a conflict when it is a direct threat to our national security.

    So, according to your logic, NOT going around bombing other countries to pieces and killing millions in the crossfire makes us look WEAK?

    What is this obsession with appearing "weak"? We already have the most powerful military force in the world. What the hell will appease you people? Nuking anyone who shows the slightest amount of discontent toward us? Just how far will you go simply to show off our muscle??

    WWII was a matter of absolute neccessity. It wasn't a conflict over wealth or resources (for the most part). Saddam was bad, yes, but he kept Iran in check. With him gone, now you have a much worse situation with Iran.
  • rightside History... 2012/10/13 17:27:09
    rightside
    +1
    Of course I never said to kill millions. What an exaggeration.
    Understanding the minds of the terrorist, they view weakness in many different ways.
    saddam and his sons killed thousands, sure wish he was back to make things better. NOT
  • History... rightside 2012/10/14 23:52:54
    HistoryBuff782
    Jesus you people on this site are narrow minded..
  • rightside History... 2012/10/15 03:42:26
    rightside
    +1
    Were you talking to God just now or using Jesus' name in vain, not quite sure
  • rightside History... 2012/10/12 21:45:51
    rightside
    +3
    Bombed them to hell? I don't recall reading that countries are now missing because we bombed them to hell.
    War shouldn't be the first measure, but it should always be on the table.
  • zahna 2012/09/20 15:22:51
    zahna
    +8
    OMG Can we survive until November?????
  • zahna 2012/09/20 15:21:47
    zahna
    +7
    OMG.....Can we survive until the election?????This President is profoundly EVIL.
  • mrdog 2012/09/19 07:42:02
    mrdog
    +5
    Remove O in November...bark
  • Semper Fi mrdog 2012/10/11 14:02:15
    Semper Fi
    +5
    I'll double bark that!
  • ☆Hitler... Semper Fi 2012/10/12 03:41:21
    ☆Hitler was a community organiz☆
    +3
    wow...it sounds like a dog kennel in here

  • redhorse29 2012/09/19 02:56:40
    redhorse29
    +4
    Amazing these pictures never seem to get on mainstream tv or printed media. Guess it does not support the wealthy liberal progressive position.
  • CHUCK 2012/09/19 01:51:23
    CHUCK
    +6
    AND THAT IS OUR TAX DOLLARS..
  • WhereIsAmerica? ~PWCM~JLA 2012/09/19 00:32:47
    WhereIsAmerica? ~PWCM~JLA
    +5
    This is an outrage, and Obama is a horrible President.

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