Sunday, November 18, 2012

What a Moron

Three little quotes from that great American, John McCain, courtesy of a post at Daily Kos:

"The facts on the ground are we went to Afghanistan and we prevailed there."  (April 1, 2004) 

"Could I add, it was in Afghanistan, as well, there were many people who predicted that Afghanistan would not be a success. So far, it's a remarkable success." (March 2, 2005.)

"Afghanistan, we don't read about anymore, because it's succeeded." (October 31, 2005.)

How in the name of God does this brain dead, vengeful idiot continue to be regarded by so many as an authority on anything?

And now, unable after four years to get over his rage after losing to Barack Obama, he is engaging in absolutely groundless attacks on Obama, turning the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi into a partisan circus, without a shred of concern for the consequences. 

So, at this un-American jerk's instigation, Republicans in the Senate forced congressional hearings this week, with only one result (other than revealing themselves once again as the traitorous tools they are)- they forced witnesses from the Obama administration to make public information about the extent of our knowledge of Al Qaida operations, seriously compromising our intelligence gathering ability.  It will be a fine day in this country when John McCain completes his descent into senility and is no longer capable of damaging our country.


2 comments:

Grung_e_Gene said...

I watched Senator McCain on CBS yesterday say the same thing Stench Romney did during the second debate that President Obama waited 2 weeks before calling Benghazi a terrorist attack.

Here's what's going on in Libya there's a huge CIA covert op going on and the Republicans are either going to blow it all up in the hopes the frag hit the PResident or someone like Rice, Clinton or Holder OR they are going to have sealed hearing where they tip-toe around not wanting the entire intelligence community to hate them for being outing entire Operations and let Faux News spread "rumors" and theories and speculation to appeal to the Bigot Base.

Green Eagle said...

That's pretty much it, Gene. Party over country- their idea of patriotism.