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Our Masters-The Gang That Couldn't Get It's Story Straight

oldbaldy

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#3
General Jeffrey Sinclair
The charges include forcible sodomy, wrongful sexual conduct, attempted violation of an order, violations of regulations by wrongfully engaging in inappropriate relationships and misusing a government travel charge card, violating general orders by possessing alcohol and pornography while deployed, maltreatment of subordinates, filing fraudulent claims, engaging in conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman and engaging in conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline, or of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces.
Seems he enjoys himself.
 

mercurydancer

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Book Reviewer
#4
The charges include forcible sodomy, wrongful sexual conduct, attempted violation of an order, violations of regulations by wrongfully engaging in inappropriate relationships and misusing a government travel charge card, violating general orders by possessing alcohol and pornography while deployed, maltreatment of subordinates, filing fraudulent claims, engaging in conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman and engaging in conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline, or of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces.

Such charges could probably be levelled at most of us using the site, except that I was never allowed a charge card.
 

mercurydancer

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Book Reviewer
#6
Now that is interesting. Jennifer Rubin does admit to a slight bias to her reporting on the Republican side. Whilst I dont doubt her sincerity, it would be like Rabbi Levi Ashkenazi reporting on the nutritional benefits of drinking milk with a sliced beef sandwich.
 
#7
Now that is interesting. Jennifer Rubin does admit to a slight bias to her reporting on the Republican side. Whilst I dont doubt her sincerity, it would be like Rabbi Levi Ashkenazi reporting on the nutritional benefits of drinking milk with a sliced beef sandwich.
I may be wrong, but I don't think you can mix meat and milk and still be kosher; 'Thou shall not seethe the kid in the milk of its mother', or some such.
 
#10
I also wonder if the criticism of the rich and evil Romney for his reaction to the ambassador's murder will now be withdrawn and an apology offered since it seems his critics among our current Masters actually knew the real story but tried to shift attention from their responsibility for the policies that apparently failed as well as the lack of even minimal security in Benghazi by using the film trailer as a red herring.
 
#14
I also wonder if the criticism of the rich and evil Romney for his reaction to the ambassador's murder will now be withdrawn and an apology offered since it seems his critics among our current Masters actually knew the real story but tried to shift attention from their responsibility for the policies that apparently failed as well as the lack of even minimal security in Benghazi by using the film trailer as a red herring.
As I recall, Romney's reaction was to take a statement about the offending film from the US Embassy in Cairo issued before the attack, then claim it was (a) issued after the attack, and (b) appeasement.

Obama is no doubt dishonest and manipulative, but then so (being a politician) is his opponent. Romney has the additional disadvantage of being an idiot.
 
#15
Uh oh....

Now White House admits they knew 'within 24 hours' that Al Qaeda was behind Libya attacks | Mail Online

It will be revealing to see how long it takes for the traditional media to deflect attention from this since it does not reflect well on the current Administration.

And in todays breaking news, water is wet, the Pope wears a pointy hat, and bears do indeed defecate in the woods.


Nothing to do specifically with President Obama, the US 'administration' has always done dirty deeds and the Presidents are often just transitory bystanders in the greater game of dirty global politics
 
#17
As I recall, Romney's reaction was to take a statement about the offending film from the US Embassy in Cairo issued before the attack, then claim it was (a) issued after the attack, and (b) appeasement.

Obama is no doubt dishonest and manipulative, but then so (being a politician) is his opponent. Romney has the additional disadvantage of being an idiot.
As I was walking one of my dogs last night I ponders that very thing and mused about such a view (that the buck stops with the boss only selectively as if the first murder of an ambassador (especially under such circumstances) since Jimmy Carter bad occurred under the ever evil Bush's watch, there would be a clarion call for impeachment.
 
#20
Aye JJH, sadly Obama's supporters are always ready to ridicule, insult, or shout down, his detractors. I don't support Romney either though he's hardly an idiot (extremely successful businessman, successful State Governor, organiser of major events, etc), his verbal gaffes are magnified a thousand fold, he's quoted out of context and downright lied about while his opponent, whose achievements before becoming President are negligible and who'll spin rather than tell the truth, gets off scot free. Sadly Obama didn't need to raise billions of dollars to fund an election campaign his propaganda arm, the mainstream media and the Hollywood champagne socialists, are pretty much doing it for free.

I'm at a loss to determine just what the Left's messiah has achieved during his first term in office. But then again an individual who is awarded a Nobel Prize for what he MIGHT do rather than what he HAS done can't lose.
F****r should give it back!
 

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