Video: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. Senator Ron Johnson clash over Benghazi consulate attack (via Talking Points Memo)
"With all due respect, we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of some guys out on a walk one night who decided they’d go kill some Americans? What difference, at this point, does it make? It is our job to figure out what happened and to prevent it from ever happening again, Senator.” Damn, Hill brought her A game.
FLASH: Secretary Clinton suffered blood clot between brain and skull, behind right ear, doctors say. Clinton did not suffer stroke or neurological damage according to doctors.
From a million idiots all over the country:
So, then, when is she going to testify about Benghazi? #tcot #faker #conspiracy #foxnews
First we had truthers. Then we had birthers. Now we have clotters.
We have a timeline in mind to see if this effort of Kofi’s can be successful. The outer limit of that is mid-July when the security council has to decide whether or not to extend the mission. Certainly if there is no discernible movement by then it will be very difficult to extend a mission that is increasingly dangerous for the observers on the ground.Secretary of State Hillary Clinton • Speaking on the Kofi Annan peace plan, which to date has been a thoroughly unsuccessful exercise, saying the U.S. will wait until mid-July (when the UN security council would have to vote to extend the effort) to assess, thus giving the former UN secretary-general’s plan a bit more time. After a nearly uninterrupted stretch of intensely destructive violence, however, all in spite of the ostensibly agreed-to terms of the deal, it’s become quite hard not to assume the Annan plan in mid-July will look precisely how it does now — largely ignored, and sorely ineffective. source (via • follow)
» The opposition pulled out Bill Clinton: As you can see above, the poll (taken by Public Policy Polling) strongly suggests that same-sex marriage advocates are facing an uphill battle. Which is why the Coalition to Protect North Carolina Families pulled out the former president to say this about the amendment: ”If it passes, it won’t change North Carolina’s law on marriage. What it will change is North Carolina’s ability to keep good businesses, attract new jobs and attract and keep talented entrepreneurs.” What do you guys think?