Discussion in 'Politics' started by shitcunt, Dec 13, 2012.
how 'bout we don't consider it later, either?
She really, really wanted to testify under oath, but unfortunately it would just be too costly, disruptive, and lengthy. Oh my.
So what are Republicans going to cry about now?
whenever a politician or bureaucrat fucks up, it's always "partisan" politics to blame for derailing someone's shitty little gov't career
the good thing about a 2 party system is that each one keeps the other in check
Looks like Hillary is backing out of testifying as well. Nothing to see here, folks
house of cards, house of cards
and the wind's blowin'
The bad part is it keeps both sides from getting anything accomplished.
The good part is it keeps both sides from getting anything accomplished.
just more Obama fail. the wheels are coming off this moozlim administration
I can't wait to get home and watch fox news. I will be up all night celebrating!!
whenever you hear a pol mention their family, their career is over
Yeah, that fucking family always gets in the way.
What a loser.
yup. it's always at the end, when nobody wants them anymore, that they resort to "i just want to spend more time with the wife and kids"
unlike susan rice, who was told in no uncertain terms, you're not going to get the nod; save yourself some embarrassment and just quit
so odd that if obamanation felt she was only being attacked for being a blaek woman, that obama would not go to bat for her; fight for her; etc.
just hide behind her skirt. like usual. Beta Male In Chief.
Rosa Parks was a civil rights hero for refusing to take a back seat on a bus; susan rice is nobody because obama threw her under the bus.
that's some OC right there
Once I heard she held stock in the keystone pipeline I knew she was toast as a nominee.
Hillary bumped her head and immediately said she can't testify
Have you heard the conspiracy that's floating around that the reason Rice was targeted was because supposedly, repubs knew that Obama was considering Kerry as a front runner after Rice and if Kerry was nominated, he'd have to vacate his senate seat...which means the repubs had an opportunity to pick up an extra seat in the U.S. senate.
Interestingly enough, it used to be that the Massachusetts governor appointed the successor, but when Mitt Romney was governor, they changed that law to block him from being able to appoint a successor to Kennedy's seat.
How thoughtful of Kerry.
oh those crazy republicans and their conspiracy theories.
ya, that one made me laugh.
could one of you liberals please point out the "conspiracy" involved here?
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sustained a concussion last week after becoming extremely dehydrated and fainting while suffering from a stomach virus, the State Department said.
The 65-year-old Clinton is recovering at home and has been advised by her doctors to continue to rest and avoid strenuous activity and cancel all work events for the next week. She had been scheduled to testify before a pair of congressional panels looking into the Sept. 11 attack against a diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya.