Bush released the brain behind Benghazi attack

#1 Posted by The_Last_Ride (70921 posts) -

Found the video and here's the original link

Link

#2 Posted by Serraph105 (27840 posts) -

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

#3 Posted by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

Remember this the next time you and your liberal friends cry out for more gun control after a so called "mass shooting" of 2-4 people.

But to debate your fucked up point, the fact liberals find the assassination of one of our ambassadors a ho-hum topic is fucking disgusting. Yet whenever 1 person dies to a murderer using a gun you climb all over it so you can take MY gun from me, a law abiding citizen. But yea, who cares if an ambassador and Navy SEALS were all but abandoned for several hours during an attack.

As for the OP, stop spamming shit threads. We get it, you are the king of controversy. I call bullshit anyway, the only reason ANY people were released from Gitmo is because of pressure from the left. If it were up to the left ALL prisoners would have been freed a long time ago.

#4 Posted by -Sun_Tzu- (17384 posts) -

vfib never disappoints

#5 Edited by vfibsux (4205 posts) -
@-Sun_Tzu- said:

vfib never disappoints

And you don't post anything other than one liners. If I am wrong prove it, if not stfu.

#6 Posted by lostrib (35068 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@Serraph105 said:

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

Remember this the next time you and your liberal friends cry out for more gun control after a so called "mass shooting" of 2-4 people.

But to debate your fucked up point, the fact liberals find the assassination of one of our ambassadors a ho-hum topic is fucking disgusting. Yet whenever 1 person dies to a murderer using a gun you climb all over it so you can take MY gun from me, a law abiding citizen. But yea, who cares if an ambassador and Navy SEALS were all but abandoned for several hours during an attack.

As for the OP, stop spamming shit threads. We get it, you are the king of controversy. I call bullshit anyway, the only reason ANY people were released from Gitmo is because of pressure from the left. If it were up to the left ALL prisoners would have been freed a long time ago.

Looking at how you post, maybe someone should take your gun away before you hurt yourself

#7 Posted by Serraph105 (27840 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@Serraph105 said:

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

Remember this the next time you and your liberal friends cry out for more gun control after a so called "mass shooting" of 2-4 people.

But to debate your fucked up point, the fact liberals find the assassination of one of our ambassadors a ho-hum topic is fucking disgusting. Yet whenever 1 person dies to a murderer using a gun you climb all over it so you can take MY gun from me, a law abiding citizen. But yea, who cares if an ambassador and Navy SEALS were all but abandoned for several hours during an attack.

As for the OP, stop spamming shit threads. We get it, you are the king of controversy. I call bullshit anyway, the only reason ANY people were released from Gitmo is because of pressure from the left. If it were up to the left ALL prisoners would have been freed a long time ago.

I can't think of a single time when I was so upset about the death of a single person that I started discussing gun control measures. Frankly if you can find a post of mine getting pissed enough about the death of a single person to bring up gun control please show me and I'll show you a time when I was getting too upset about something.

On topic. Every time I hear of this story, including this time, it's being used to attack others to gain political points as opposed to simply caring about the dead.

#8 Posted by The_Last_Ride (70921 posts) -

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

I agree, the right has taken this way out of proportion

#9 Edited by jasean79 (2365 posts) -

#10 Posted by dave123321 (33829 posts) -

I thought everything was obamas fault

#11 Posted by dave123321 (33829 posts) -

Hindsight is 20 20

If we know what we all will know, the eyes of the world would be able to turn the world

#12 Edited by flazzle (6488 posts) -

@dave123321: You should have been here during the Bush administration. You would have realized everything was his fault.

And remember, it was the VIDEO that did it! The YOUTUBE video!!!!

#13 Posted by comp_atkins (31284 posts) -

@vfibsux said:
@-Sun_Tzu- said:

vfib

never

disappoints

And you don't post anything other than one liners. If I am wrong prove it, if not stfu.

fixed

#14 Edited by dave123321 (33829 posts) -

@flazzle: yeah I was here. It is sad that the other side has stooped to now blaming Obama for everything after they saw how much bush got

blamed for everything

#15 Posted by ad1x2 (5532 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@Serraph105 said:

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

Remember this the next time you and your liberal friends cry out for more gun control after a so called "mass shooting" of 2-4 people.

But to debate your fucked up point, the fact liberals find the assassination of one of our ambassadors a ho-hum topic is fucking disgusting. Yet whenever 1 person dies to a murderer using a gun you climb all over it so you can take MY gun from me, a law abiding citizen. But yea, who cares if an ambassador and Navy SEALS were all but abandoned for several hours during an attack.

As for the OP, stop spamming shit threads. We get it, you are the king of controversy. I call bullshit anyway, the only reason ANY people were released from Gitmo is because of pressure from the left. If it were up to the left ALL prisoners would have been freed a long time ago.

I can't think of a single time when I was so upset about the death of a single person that I started discussing gun control measures. Frankly if you can find a post of mine getting pissed enough about the death of a single person to bring up gun control please show me and I'll show you a time when I was getting too upset about something.

On topic. Every time I hear of this story, including this time, it's being used to attack others to gain political points as opposed to simply caring about the dead.

You may not discuss gun control after an active shooter goes on the loose, but there are plenty of people who do. Regardless of how one may feel about @vfibsux and his usual posts, he has a point.

People will go out of their way preaching stronger gun laws or even go as far as saying the Second Amendment should be repealed outright whenever there is an unnecessary death due to a gun, whether it was a mass shooting or a negligent discharge.

On the other hand, let anybody complain about how Washington handled Benghazi and people will call it no big deal while claiming that anybody who does make it a big deal is just using it as another excuse to bash the President.

#16 Posted by jasean79 (2365 posts) -

@flazzle: yeah I was here. It is sad that the other side has stooped to now blaming Obama for everything after they saw how much bush got

blamed for everything

Obama inherited what Bush left behind...and hasn't done too good a job of improving it. So, you can't really blame those that hold Obama accountable, can you?

#17 Edited by dave123321 (33829 posts) -

@jasean79: never said I had an issue with valid criticism

#18 Posted by dave123321 (33829 posts) -

@ad1x2: I think the reaction that people have when the Benghazi thing is brought up is an unfortunate side effect of the vocal minority that is trying to play politics by creating a false layer of scandal. People see the ugliness of that false layer and the layerers and the actual important aspects gets lost because people try to play politics/sports by exploiting the loss of life.

#19 Posted by Serraph105 (27840 posts) -

@ad1x2 said:

@Serraph105 said:

@vfibsux said:

@Serraph105 said:

I'm gonna stick with my original take on Benghazi, it's ultimately inconsequential. For the record I don't want to belittle the death of anyone, but the deaths of small groups of people happen all the time. There are far larger groups of people who die in attacks who's names we never bother to learn, but these four people seem especially important to those people who feel like they have political points to gain.

Remember this the next time you and your liberal friends cry out for more gun control after a so called "mass shooting" of 2-4 people.

But to debate your fucked up point, the fact liberals find the assassination of one of our ambassadors a ho-hum topic is fucking disgusting. Yet whenever 1 person dies to a murderer using a gun you climb all over it so you can take MY gun from me, a law abiding citizen. But yea, who cares if an ambassador and Navy SEALS were all but abandoned for several hours during an attack.

As for the OP, stop spamming shit threads. We get it, you are the king of controversy. I call bullshit anyway, the only reason ANY people were released from Gitmo is because of pressure from the left. If it were up to the left ALL prisoners would have been freed a long time ago.

I can't think of a single time when I was so upset about the death of a single person that I started discussing gun control measures. Frankly if you can find a post of mine getting pissed enough about the death of a single person to bring up gun control please show me and I'll show you a time when I was getting too upset about something.

On topic. Every time I hear of this story, including this time, it's being used to attack others to gain political points as opposed to simply caring about the dead.

You may not discuss gun control after an active shooter goes on the loose, but there are plenty of people who do. Regardless of how one may feel about @vfibsux and his usual posts, he has a point.

People will go out of their way preaching stronger gun laws or even go as far as saying the Second Amendment should be repealed outright whenever there is an unnecessary death due to a gun, whether it was a mass shooting or a negligent discharge.

On the other hand, let anybody complain about how Washington handled Benghazi and people will call it no big deal while claiming that anybody who does make it a big deal is just using it as another excuse to bash the President.

I still await the day I hear someone lament the events of the Benghazi attack without simultaneously using the discussion to bash someone else.

The main problem with vfibsux is that he uses any moment involving a democrat/liberal to bash literally everyone who even mildly identifies with left leaning attitudes as if they are part of some hive mind thinking exactly the same thing as the person who prompted his personal outrage. It's not enough for vfib to argue against the sentiments he feels to be incorrect, he feels the need to insult everyone who might possibly see any shades of grey in the comment that he finds disagreeable. That imo is why he gets so much flack, it's not his opinionated nature, it's his constant bullshit of treating every fucking person that identifies as part of a group as exactly the same regardless of who they are and what they believe.

#20 Posted by flazzle (6488 posts) -

@jasean79 said:

@dave123321 said:

@flazzle: yeah I was here. It is sad that the other side has stooped to now blaming Obama for everything after they saw how much bush got

blamed for everything

Obama inherited what Bush left behind...and hasn't done too good a job of improving it. So, you can't really blame those that hold Obama accountable, can you?

If you are implying that Obama is incompetent and cannot figure out how to fix things after given over 6 years, then yes I agree with you.

#21 Posted by playmynutz (5982 posts) -

This reminds me of the south park episode on inside job 9/11 in the end people realized no one planned it but everyone wanted to take credit as if they did plan it.

#22 Edited by lamprey263 (23300 posts) -

I wonder if at some point during the administration they had to be thinking along the lines of:

... burning the locals, abusing the tourists, terrifying the help. The only hope now, I felt, was the possibility that we'd gone to such excess, with our gig, that nobody in a position to bring the hammer down on us could possibly believe it . . . When you bring an act into this town, you want to bring it in heavy. Don't waste any time with cheap shucks and misdemeanors. Go straight for the jugular. Get right into felonies.

anyhow, another event of gross Bush era incompetence to add to the list, take a ticket and remain seated until your number is called

#23 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

And?