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5 Possible Picks for Director of the CIA

NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 7:03 PM
Here is Larry Kudlow in an interview with John Batchelor. Okay, lets think. The CIA (under Obama's direction) has failed in the Middle East (the Arab Spring and a murdered Ambassador). The CIA is exceedingly capable of rigging the US elections. Why would they do that? 1. Obama threw the CIA under the bus in the early days of the Benghazi mess. 2. Hillary Clinton threw the CIA under the bus in the early days of the Benghazi mess. 3. It's not nice to throw the CIA under the bus when you told them what to do, they did it, and it failed (because it was a stupid idea in the first place). Now, the CIA is caught with its pants down. It is angry. It rigged
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 7:06 PM
the elections.


Because Obama is on his way to impeachment. The charges have already been filed (by Bruce Fein), the most distinguished constitutional scholars (one a flaming left winger--Glenn Greenwald--have proven that Obama has indeed committed not only high crimes and misdemeanors, but murder and has to be impeached because the House is OBLIGATED to do so.

And the CIA wants to make sure the Nazi in Chief pays and pays dearly.

At least that is what it looks like. Don't know for sure. It's just a sense.
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 7:08 PM
Obama has to be impeached, there is no turning back. The House must according to the law, impeach him.

The House has nothing to lose. The GOP has nothing to lose. The American people have everything to lose if they continue to let murderers live in the White House.
lukemcire Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:06 PM
This is so funny! Do you write for the Venture Brothers?

With the Director of the CIA, General David Petraeus, stepping down yesterday after admitting to an extra-marital affair, it is time for the Obama administration to look for a new director. What we know for sure, is that whoever the President chooses to take this post must be prepared to come into the office amid a scandal on Capitol Hill over the Benghazi attacks in September.

It is possible that President Obama could go with someone who has no CIA experience, like he did with Leon Panetta. But here is a list of possible picks for Obama to look at.