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Colin Powell: Hey, Give Hillary a Break on Benghazi

Wallac Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:22 PM
Colin Powell, only said out loud what everyone knows, and believe. Of course the truth hurts, and the expected denial is louder when the truth is clearly. Not that it matters, I say allow the GOP/Teaparty/ Conservatives their illusions, if they believe themselves to be fair minded base upon their ideology, allow them their reality, I say let sleeping dogs lie. The end result is what really matter, President Obama 4 more years. And 2014 should continue to correct 2010's mistake in congress. Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein
alphonsejones Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:56 PM
so tell us wallac you mindless racist

why you and other blacks lined up to vote for your lord and savior, hussein, when blacks are the one group that has suffered the most under his failed policies

but then having more blacks on welfare, food stamps and out of work proves that voting race has dire consequences and exactly who believes that if the hussein couldn't fix the economy with the trillions he added to the deficit, how he will fix anything with an economy in worse shape then 4 years ago
scrow Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:26 PM
Well, yes, Powell did say out loud at the UN that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And yes, everyone knew it, and believed it. Including Senators Obama and Clinton, who voted for the war and support President Clinton's efforts to disarm Saddam Hussein.

It's good to hear that one person isn't fooled by illusions.
Wallac Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:42 PM
I afraid you are mistaken, our President was not yet a Senator during the Iraq war vote, however he did oppose it OUT LOUD.

Yes I agree Powell was used by GOP, but I can't imagine what else he expected, a fly in bowl of milk has to take the fall.
Bufa Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:57 PM
Never mind the fact that Hillary and other democrats were saying what a bad man Saddam was with his WMD's before Bush was president.
Picking and choosing history's facts to suit your mindest is a liberal trait.

Former General Colin Powell is a good American and an honorable soldier, but his habitual sucking up to the political Left has become as predictable as it is irksome.  To play armchair psychologist for a moment, I suspect Powell sensed he'd been stripped of his untouchable bipartisan status when he made the Bush administration's case for the Iraq war at the UN Security Council; he's been obsequiously seeking penance ever since.  Liberals' hatred of that war was largely an outgrowth of their enduring contempt for the Commander-in-Chief leading that effort (many on the Left are suddenly cool with American...