Monday, September 17, 2012

UN Amb Rice Eager to Lie for the Sake of Her Country

Susan Rice is taking a bullet for Hillary Clinton by reasserting one more time that a diplomat is a person sent to lie for the sake of his/her country. She may even be one of Hillary's "GalPals" salted around the State Dept, the ones she takes along with her on flights in Air Force O.2 according to some ret'd Air Force One personnel. Who do you believe in the following AP story?
A deadly assault on a U.S. consulate in Libya was a spontaneous reaction to an anti-Muslim video, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said Sunday, even as Libya's president insisted the attackers spent months preparing and carefully choosing their date - the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

My money's on the Libyan interim President. Fish lie from the top down, just like this rotten corrupt administration. And when confronted by too much reality, like Debbie Wasserman-Schulz, Ms. Rice doubled down:
Ms. Rice told "Fox News Sunday" that the protests weren't an "expression of hostility in the broadest sense to the U.S. or its policies," but rather were a reaction to the video negatively depicting the Muslim faith. She said that it was difficult to "project the trajectory" of how the reaction of protesters around the region would develop.

Mr. Rogers, the GOP lawmaker, said on Fox he thought the protests were a reaction to U.S. policy in the region. He said there are many people living in the Mideast who are unclear what the overall American policy toward the region is.

President Barack Obama's handling of the turmoil could affect his political standing in the U.S. as he seeks re-election in November.

In appearances on several Sunday talk shows, Ms. Rice described Mr. Obama as "incredibly calm, incredibly steady, and incredibly measured" through the crisis. She said his leadership has "ensured that in Egypt, in Yemen, in Tunisia, in Libya, and many other parts of the world, that leaders have come out and made very plain that there's no excuse for this violence."

She dismissed suggestions that the U.S. has become less effective or popular in the region. "We're not impotent," she said in response to a question on "This Week." "We're not even less popular."

Her nose should be about six feet long now and still growing. One can be sure it was not the Obungler's "incredibly calm, incredibly steady, and incredibly measured" leadership that brought about the "no excuse" response. They want to keep away from this gawky jug-eared repulsive crook-in-chief as much as possible.

Read more of Ms. Rice's "gangnam style" contortions and get a good chuckle at a senior US official making a total fool of herself. Obama must have shown her the moves.

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