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Why Rice Resigning, Misses The Point

PecosPete.38 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 11:32 AM
I read recently that this administration manages to send so many millions to the U.N. by slippery means so the public doesn't really know how bad the HUGE chunk of change really is. Will try to find the link. They try to hide how many millions really go to the U.N. by obfuscating, because they know the tax payers would catch a stroke if they knew how outrageous the sum really is.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 11:49 AM
In looking for that link about the confusing maze of organizations from the U.S. that ultimately sends billions to the U.N. I found so many other articles and essays on the subject of our outrageous spending that I am overwhelmed with the enormity of this craziness. The Great Hoax, according to one essay, pledged 100 BILLION to the U.N. in '10. Not to worry though, just print more play money, or borrow it from the Chinese. What, me worry? sez Alfred E. Neuman.

Dr. Susan Rice should resign her post as the U.N. Ambassador of the United States.

The bald-faced lies that she blatantly repeated five days after the savage and brutal attack against the American compounds (plural) in Libya on September 11, 2012 are enough to bar her from being allowed to represent the United States in any position of trust for a very long time to come. Americans don't like it when facts get mixed up or miscommunicated, but purposefully using the media megaphone that is the top television news platforms to openly lie to the American people defies Nixonian...