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November 27, 2012

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DerFarm

whaddaya want to bet she did it under orders?

Old, bitter white guys can't see the forest for the trees.

Turgidson

This whole spectacle is just ridiculous. At bottom, it's basically just McCain and Graham having a public hissy fit about the fact that Obama has taken foreign policy away from the GOP as a campaign advantage. And Benghazi is the best bone they've been thrown to fight back.

Funny. I don't remember these warmongering dipshits having much to say when it became blindingly obvious that the Bush administration had lied us into Iraq, invaded with too few troops, and on and on and on. Nor do I remember this kind of ridiculous grandstanding witchhunt when we tried to figure out how 9-11 happened.

Huh, funny that.

Peter G

Perhaps she made a remark about the strong correlation between intelligence and academic achievement.

mdblanche

Conveniently, Obama now looks like he has to go all in on Rice or else it will look like he's backing down. Sorry, John, we know you've been a good soldier and it's your turn to be Secretary of State, but now this has happened to come up so it looks like you're stuck in that Senate seat Scott Brown had his eye on.

Rich (In Name Only) in Reno

Any thoughts on Rachel Maddow's theory that this is all just a shadow play to mask the Republican's real motive; getting John Kerry into the Cabinet and out of the Senate, so they can force a special election in Massachusetts for his Senate seat, get Scott Brown back in, and thus obtain a bit more leverage in the Senate?

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