Almost Too Good For Words

Pakistani film critics responding to the apology video made by President Obama and Secretary Clinton:

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Freelance writer and climate change blogger. Russ spent twenty years in the Air Force as a navigator specializing in electronics warfare and digital systems. After his service he was employed for sixteen years as concept developer for TRW, an aerospace and automotive company, and then was CEO of a non-profit Internet provider for 18 months. Russ's articles have appeared in Comstock's Business, Capitol Journal, Trailer Life, Monitoring Times, and Idaho Magazine.

15 Responses to Almost Too Good For Words

  1. Todd Juvinall says:

    Well it appears it is mentioned and you supplied a link to the story. The problem is when the killers murder, the ols adage developed by the lamestream media is “if it bleeds it leads”. If there was a channel only of good news on TV it would last for one or two weeks because no one would watch it. Well, maybe Christians would, So, send some emails to your favorite channels and ask them to start doing some positive stories. For now, one has to go to church to hear anything good about humanity.

    I have a forty year friend from Birmingham Alabama who lives in a quiet suburb. He called me last week and he said the Muslims have built a Mosque 100 yards from his house. He started smelling gunpowder smoke (he is a Vietnam vet Marine) and reported it to the cops. The cops investigated and said there is a shooting range in the Mosque! Go figure.

  2. RL Crabb says:

    What’s next? Video of the bodies being drug through the streets with a laugh track? You know, when the left starts gloating about Republican foreign policy failures you guys pull out the stars and stripes and start yelling “Traitors!”

    • stevefrisch says:

      RL, did you see the comparison between the bloody fingerprints on an consulate column in Benghazi and the stylized Obama flag?

    • Todd Juvinall says:

      RL, HUH?

      • RL Crabb says:

        Let me spell it out, Todd. I don’t have any problem with being critical of Obama’s failure in the Muslim world, but running a headline that declares “almost too good for words” after Americans have been murdered in the line of duty is a bit over the top, wouldn’t you say? Some might call it ghoulish, if not unpatriotic.

      • Todd Juvinall says:

        OK now I get it.

  3. MARK STEYN: BOWING TO THE MOBS. “After a week and a half of peddling an utterly false narrative of what happened in Libya, the United States government is apparently beginning to discern that there are limits to what even Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Susan Rice can say with a straight face. The official line — that the slaughter of American officials was some sort of improvised movie review that got a little out of hand — is now in the process of modification to something bearing a less patently absurd relationship to what actually happened. That should not make any more forgivable the grotesque damage that the administration has done to the bedrock principle of civilized society: freedom of speech.”

    • Todd Juvinall says:

      You never listen to Steyn because if you did you would know he uses humor constantly so don’t BS us. Steyn should be your hero anyway since Canada issued an arrest warrant for him because of his audacity to exercise free speech. He won that one. But, Susan Rice was doing the big lie exercise the Obama Admin does on a daily basis. If this had been a Bush Admin person you libs would be excoriating them and calling them liars and asking for their resignation. Liberals are too predictable but GOD help the USA you nuts are in charge right now.

      • stevefrisch says:

        You are so full of bull crap…I drive more than 20,000 miles a year and I listen to talk radio all the time…between bouts of Ravi Shankar and Pete Seeger!

      • Todd Juvinall says:

        Yeah sure. What a crock!

  4. stevefrisch says:

    So what Mark Steyn (who I rarely listen to because it is too hard to discern what he is saying through his shouting) is saying is that we should have acted based on assumption rather than evidence. What Ms. Rice said was that we did not have the data to back the supposition. I prefer an administration that is wise enough to make decisions based on fact finding.

  5. Steven,

    The videos of the Libya mobs carrying RPGs, mortars and machine guns, should have give the State Department a clue. These are not the tools of a spontaneous mob, but of a planned attack. The videos on Arab TV stations should have given them a clue that they were not carrying Stevens to the Hospital as claimed, but dragging him through the streets. The State Department knew that Stevens did not have a security detail, but lead us to believe that the former Navy Seals part of his security force when they were there on totally different business. According to Libya Officials they warned the State Department of the attack three days in advance, with no mention of “the video”. If the Libyan’s knew about the attack, it was not spontaneous.

    We are not stupid, though the Obama Administration thinks we are.

  6. Arthur M. Day. says:

    Mr. Frisch: Defending the indefensible = bafflegab, malarkey, piffle, drivel, male bovine semi-solid body waste, propaganda, newspeak, and mudballs from the swamp.
    Have you ever been told that a life like yours is it’s own punishment?

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