(Day 575 ! – In the Hostage Situation of the Murder In Action of Jacob Tate and day 128 of a Sanctioned War ) ‘currently on the road – in Bozeman, MT.’ !
To the Land that ‘ Joe Never heard of Me ‘…….. (lol)……. ‘ I AM Back ‘
The Score = Blondes 8 / Brunette’s 8
Frank: ‘Well be back in a moment for the first play from scrimmage for the Brunettes)
Note: Interesting Article by Jenny (Pull over I have to Change a Diaper) McCarthy (must read)
‘ The Quote from Rumsfeld said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “ The other thing that’s worrisome is, as they say, truth leaves on horseback and returns on foot.”
Note: As previously seen on the N.B.L. Game (no new game today, PLAY will resume on Monday June 17th, 2013)
The Play by Frank: ‘ Hello everyone were back and as you know the Brunette’s made an incomplete pass attempt to WW Stared at Ridge Ruea in the end zone bringing up a 2nd and goal.
Don: Littlest N was open on the 1 yard line and could have stepped right in for the score.
Howard: that seems to be the problem, getting an opportunity for Littlest N to step right in for the score ‘again’ is not apparently viable at the present time
Don: Well, either way there appears to be a slight momentum shift which has occurred
Howard: It’s his psyche and he knows it
Frank: What do you mean ?
Howard: Well as you know, we will have a more complete interview at half time but here’s a quick segment and you’ll see what I mean
The Man Interview – Outtake
Howard: Tell me a little of your expectations of the Government and your business Grant Marketing Group in relation to your son-in-law ?
The Man: Well there is always the ‘written and the implied’ aspect of any contract
Howard: Go on
The Man: In ‘any and all’ of the conversations with the F.B.I., the ‘expectation’ both written and implied ‘was’ to continue to be a SECRET Operation which ‘could go away’ at any time ‘by my choosing’
Howard: Explain that
The Man: They (FBI) appreciated ‘any and all’ information I was bringing on the Middle East and had ‘expressed’ that I had helped them
Howard: What went wrong ?
The Man: Knowing my son-in-law was taken out and Murdered on his last mission and it wasn’t the Taliban who did it. And then they tried to cover it up.
Howard: SO how does that effect your relationship with the F.B.I. And the C.I.A. ?
The Man: They ‘did not’ perform to contract
Howard: How So ?
The Man: ‘ I was promised that ‘they’ (F.B.I.) would look out for myself, my children and that included my son-in-law Jacob Tate who was serving in Afghanistan.
Howard: SO the F.B.I. Had knowledge of Jacob’s where about’s in Afghanistan.
The Man: Absolutely, I knew either way, the F.B.I. Would know ‘who Jacob was’, so I told them ‘directly’ who and where he was.
Howard: anybody else ?
The Man: Yes, not only did Dave McKean ‘know’, so did the people who came up from Denver and met with me at Ted’s and the C.I.A. counter parts in ‘both meetings’ at the hotel in Bozeman.
Howard: So if I understand you ‘correctly’, pretty much everyone who was involved with Grant Marketing Group ‘within’ the F.B.I. And the C.I.A. ‘knew’ or ‘had knowledge’ of Jacob’s where abouts and Unit in Afghanistan ?
The Man: Absolutely, either way they would find out. SO I told them directly.
Howard: So why then did you ‘decide’ to Go Public with TRUTHABOUTTHECIA.ORG ?
The Man: They Broke the Contract by not protecting Jacob and trying to Frame Me for the Order to Iran
Howard: Is that Legal
The Man: It’s ‘basic contract law’ between two parties
Howard: do you think that will hold up in a court ?
The Man: It will hold up in any court in the land ‘if’ it ever get’s to court
Howard: You sound confident
The Man: I am
Howard: SO that’s the way your going on this ?
The Man: Not necessarily
Howard: What do you mean ?
The Man: On January 2nd, 2011 ‘the gloves came off’, 574 days ago I figured it out. Prior to that, I implemented a solution on Jacob’s last mission and ‘they’ started with Benghazi and have been implementing in Afghanistan as well.
Howard: When will it stop ?
The Man: AS soon as ‘they’ decide to bring this to Trial, then the method of war will change
Howard: and you ?
The Man: I’m committed to the Mission, it’s that simple
Frank: Interesting perspective
Don: Well the Brunette’s are coming out with a different formation on the 5 Yard Line of the Blondes
Howard: In for the Brunette’s is T Brunette, L Lipgloss, T Banks, WW Stared at Ridge Ruea and WHD Washington
Frank: they appear to be lining up in a Wildcat formation with WHD Washington back in the Quarterback position and T Banks is lining up as a Tight End and RB Bozeman is lining up in a ruining back position just to the right of WHD Washington
Don: This is causing a little confusion on the side of the blondes as they are watching both RB Bozeman and WHD Washington
Frank: OK, I can’t take it on this one. What does WHD Washington’s initials stand for ?
Howard: ‘White House Down’ Washington of course
Frank: Well I’m wondering how The Man correlates that with Kerry Washington ?
Howard: When I asked him that, he just smiled and said; ‘ ridiculous ‘
Don: OK, here’s the snap and we have play action with the snap going to WHD Washington and she’s fading back to pass and ‘open’ at the line of scrimmage is RB Bozeman who catch’s the ball and is moving up-field and into the end zone for a score and 6 points !
Howard: We have a flag on the play and this ‘may come back’ !
Don: It appears to be against T Banks who had a hand on ‘HABM’ Campbell who was coming across from the linebacker position
Frank: A lot of activity on the side lines of the Blondes right now
Don: Look, that’s Laughs when Drives in the Cart chasing someone who is Cartwheeling off the field and into the Tunnel
Howard: No Worries, that’s just ‘Hides Behind Hair’ and ‘she was confused on the play’
Don: is it just me ?
Frank: No it’s not and we’ll be right back after a short time out
The Player So Named ‘BRINK’ displaying the same ‘Rock in Shoe’ technique as she did in the game.
Coach ‘Hides Behind Hair’
Quarter Back Coach for the Brunettes: Halle ‘the ridiculous’ Berry
Hugh ( I did it right ) Hefner / Private Investor at Large
Maria (baby oil on the thigh’s was a nice touch) Bartiromo
WW Wig-Out before Season Started
Rihanna ‘ the ridiculous ‘ being Ridiculous in a Pool without Cris
Claudia ‘Throwing Hair Like There’s No Tomorrow – Throwing Cleavage” Schiffer
Heather ‘ Put a Lip Lock on her Lower Half ‘Locklear (MILF in Stress)
Daniela ‘ Woman who Stared at The Ridge ‘ – Then teased on ESPN ‘ Ruha ‘ who-a I-a would-a Do-a ‘
Tyra ‘doing the smile’ Banks
Heidi ‘ making a statement ‘ Klum making a statement for The Man
Oprah ‘ I can’t stop laughing’ Winfrey
Courteney ‘I’ve been feeling left out’ Cox
HBH (hides behind hair’s) Idea of a way to Calm down Keith Grant (The Man)
And it all started in Alabama
Sophia ‘I’ll show you what an Italian Hottie Is’ Milos (drafted on 06/15/2013 per the Fucking Man) ‘ even Kelse say’s ‘ He’s the Fucking Man ‘
Kerry ‘White House Down’ Washington (ridiculous)
House approach on Benghazi: Crazy — or plain stupid?
Each committee can deal with but part of the puzzle, the author writes. | John Shinkle/POLITICO
Sometimes watching Speaker John Boehner and his House Republican “leadership” team in action calls to mind that scene from “Forrest Gump” in which Bubba’s mother looks incredulously at Forrest and asks: “Are you crazy — or just plain stupid?”
More than six months ago, Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) introduced a proposal to create a House Select Committee on the terrorist attack in Benghazi, a select committee being generally regarded as the best way to ensure an intelligent, well-coordinated, bipartisan investigation without fear or favor.
Six months later, Wolf’s proposal is still stalled because a certain powerful interest group is blocking it. The powerful group keeping the House from doing the right thing is the House Republican “leadership.”
Boehner and his team are foolishly insisting on letting all six House committees that can claim any bit of jurisdiction for investigating what went wrong with Benghazi do so — Intelligence, Foreign Affairs, Judiciary, Armed Services, Homeland Security and Oversight and Government Reform — despite the fact that each is restricted to its own narrow scope. This wastes time, duplicates effort and stymies clear focus.
Why insist on investigating the Benghazi scandal in such a maladroit manner? Because it: 1) frees Boehner from having to decide who should chair the investigation, thereby saving him from possibly offending the ones not selected; 2) enables six different committee chairs to bask in the spotlight as star of their very own investigation; and 3) gives every member who serves on one of these six committees — all 239 of them, or more than half of the House — a chance to appear on prime-time national television.
Focusing on profile, lacking in courage, Boehner’s way is all about big egos and little fiefdoms. By insisting on this ill-advised approach, Boehner and company are abrogating their responsibility to the country.
Benghazi is a very serious and complex matter. More serious and more complex than Watergate was — and its scope is much wider. Getting the lessons of Benghazi right has profound implications for national security. The core questions delve deeply into the military and intelligence capabilities of the United States and how well we execute those capabilities. The range of other questions includes such matters as how we protect our diplomatic service and how the decision-making process operated at the Defense Department, State Department, CIA and the White House during this crisis.
The effort to get to the truth about Benghazi needs to be equal to the seriousness of the issue. The free-for-all effort being insisted upon by Boehner is not. The select committee effort proposed by Wolf is.
Boehner’s approach all but guarantees chaos, confusion, excessive bickering and a needlessly long, drawn-out process with minimal prospect of a constructive end result.
Each committee can deal with but part of the puzzle. Some committees have overlapping jurisdiction, which means uncertainty over which part of the incomplete puzzle they look at. Some committees — especially Intelligence and Armed Services — would certainly have to take a fair amount of testimony in secret, which means the others couldn’t get an idea of the whole puzzle no matter how hard they tried.
And what if one of these six committees didn’t conduct an investigation? How could we ever put the pieces over which it has jurisdiction into the puzzle?
So Boehner’s hope is at best for six separate sections of a puzzle to emerge. Anyone interested in Benghazi could then try to join the puzzle sections together. Good grief!
Washington being Washington and politicians being politicians, imagine all the fun and games as a half-dozen committees compete against one another to schedule their hearings for the best TV time slots and compete over scheduling news conferences. What if one committee wants to grant immunity to a witness while another committee did not?
Whereas Boehner proposes to give the country a silly spectacle, Wolf’s proposal is for a 19-member select committee, consisting of a Republican and a Democrat from each of those six committees of jurisdiction, plus five members appointed by the speaker and two appointed by the speaker after consultation with the minority leader. The speaker• would appoint the chairman. It would have full subpoena power and be able to completely investigate all Benghazi issues across all jurisdictions.
Supporters of Wolf’s effort to do the investigation right include:
More than two out of three House Republicans — 158 of them.
Family members of Americans murdered in the attack.
The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, representing 26,000 federal law enforcement officers including Diplomatic Security Service officers, FBI agents, U.S. marshals, Secret Service agents and Border Patrol agents.
Special OPS OPSEC, an association of more than 700 retired Special Operations officials.
It makes no sense for Boehner and his team to block a more intelligent, more sensible, more efficient and more effective approach and insist on pursuing such a dimwitted one. By doing so, they are guilty of complicity in the Obama administration’s ongoing coverup efforts.
Besides being such poor government, it’s also mind-bogglingly idiotic as political strategy.
Boehner’s way is a gift to Barack Obama. It enables the president and his apologists to deflect attention from the core issue by railing against how the Republicans have unleashed not one but six separate committees with 133 Republican members all trying to damage him. It guarantees a mess that will assist Obama in his attempt to dismiss investigating Benghazi as nothing but a “sideshow” and it will embarrass all Republicans and turn off the general public.
Crazy? Or just plain stupid?
Perhaps it’s time for the two-thirds or more of House Republicans who have the good judgment and political savvy to be with Wolf rather than Boehner on this to find new “leaders” who understand the meaning of the word.
Fred J. Eckert is a former Republican congressman from New York and twice served as a U.S. ambassador under President Ronald Reagan.
House approach on Benghazi: Crazy — or plain stupid?
TRUTHABOUTTHECIA.ORG ‘S OFFICIAL RESPONSE:
‘ KELSE ! A round of Shot’s of Millagro, chilled – STAT ! ‘
Out of the PARK HOME RUN !
One of the most Well Written and concise articles on the Corruption and Cover Up of Benghazi that I have READ in ‘any news article about Benghazi !
And I ‘know how Benghazi happened’ I can assure you.
And I’m willing to take the Witness Stand under oath with a Lie Detector and look the families of those who lost loved ones in Benghazi. And tell the TRUTH !
Think About It