Sean Smith, a 34-year-old information management officer…emailed a friend: “Assuming we don’t die tonight. We saw one of our ‘police’ that guard the compound taking pictures.” Hours later, he was dead.—Chris Stephen “US consulate attack in Benghazi: a challenge to official version of events”
”…we have four dead Americans. Whether it was because of a protest or because guys outside for a walk one night decided togo kill some Americans. What difference at this point does it make?” —Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
“I’d like to convey the following message to Obama. Listen, Obama: We are Egyptian women. You are listen, Obama? Shut up your mouth, Obama. Shut up your mouth, Obama! Our message to you, you donkey: No matter what you do, we will not restore the ousted president [‘Muslim Brotherhood’ leader Mohammed Morsi].”—Anonymous Egyptian woman on viral video
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Kabuki theater performance last year of faux outrage was one for the books, no doubt. On second thought…perhaps it was not phony outrage after all: how dare the Senate question her—her. The nerve.
In any event, not only did she dutifully provide the various media propaganda outlets with an emotive performance worthy of Hitler (”The indignation. And then, the tears in her eyes….”), but along the way she managed to plant not just one, but two, red herrings designed to mislead and misdirect: that is, the Benghazi attacks were the result of (1) protests, or (2) guys out for a walk.
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Another brilliant decision by the far left community organizer. Obama relinquished US control over the internet to an undefined global governance. What could go wrong?
The Washington Post reported:
U.S. officials announced plans Friday to relinquish federal government control over the administration of the Internet, a move that pleased international critics but alarmed some business leaders and others who rely on the smooth functioning of the Web.
Pressure to let go of the final vestiges of U.S. authority over the system of Web addresses and domain names that organize the Internet has been building for more than a decade and was supercharged by the backlash last year to revelations about National Security Agency surveillance.
The change would end the long-running contract between the Commerce Department and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a California-based nonprofit group. That contract is set to expire next year but could be extended if the transition plan is not complete.
“We look forward to ICANN convening stakeholders across the global Internet community to craft an appropriate transition plan,” Lawrence E. Strickling, assistant secretary of commerce for communications and information, said in a statement.
The announcement received a passionate response, with some groups quickly embracing the change and others blasting it.
In a statement, Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John D. Rockefeller IV (D-W.Va.) called the move “consistent with other efforts the U.S. and our allies are making to promote a free and open Internet, and to preserve and advance the current multi-stakeholder model of global Internet governance.”
But former House speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) tweeted: “What is the global internet community that Obama wants to turn the internet over to? This risks foreign dictatorships defining the internet.”
The practical consequences of the decision were harder to immediately discern, especially with the details of the transition not yet clear. Politically, the move could alleviate rising global concerns that the United States essentially controls the Web and takes advantage of its oversight position to help spy on the rest of the world.
According to news sources yesterday, the missing Malaysian jetliner was deliberately diverted. WTF? It took you a week for you people to figure that one out. I’m not a pilot but I figured that one out on day one. Now, news sources are saying that the plane could have traveled for as much as 6 hours after the locater devices were turned off. It was 4 hours, then it was 4 or 5 hours and now it is 6 hours. I’m beginning to think that some of the people in charge of this is related to Obama. If you like your plan you can keep your plan, I’m not after anyone’s guns, shovel ready jobs were not so shovel ready. Sounds like someone is having a hard time covering their butts on this screw up and they are making things up as they go along………………….just like Obama.
So here is my thought, the location of the plane could be in Pakistan, that is well within the range of travel time, and is now being fitted with explosives to create a flying bomb but this time they will only use half the people from the plane. The other half will be used for a trade. Remember, we still have the Blind Sheikh. As for the 777 with bombs, well with the tanks full of fuel, it can travel 7,000 miles. Now there are a lot of targets within that range and with the locaters turned off that makes it harder to find them. They may have even figure out a way to turn off the device on the engine. All this while they change the logo on the plane but hey, that’s just my opinion and the best thing about that is, I’m not related to Obama.