Patterico's Pontifications

10/13/2012

How did the L.A. Times See the Biden/Ryan Debate?

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 11:07 pm

Story #1: Biden won.

Story #2: Biden won.

Story #3: Biden won.

I wouldn’t joke about something like this. OK, I might, but this time I’m being serious:

A Roundup of Quotes on Benghazi

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 10:45 pm

Good stuff from Allahpundit. Every piece I would have wanted to see quoted, is quoted.

At the end of the linked post, there is a video in which Hillary that says nobody thought this would be an easy road. But then, we all know that few presidents have faced so many challenges as this one.

New Music from the Grapes of Wrath

Filed under: General,Music — Patterico @ 7:52 pm

There might only be two of you who know this band, but if you’re one of them, this is Big News.

For the rest of you, listen and enjoy.

Bubba Won’t Let Hillary Get Thrown Under the Bus on Benghazi

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 1:31 pm

Don’t wait, Bubba. Let’s have this discussion now:

With tensions between President Obama and the Clintons at a new high, former President Bill Clinton is moving fast to develop a contingency plan for how his wife, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, should react if Obama attempts to tie the Benghazi fiasco around her neck, according to author Ed Klein.

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller, Klein said sources close to the Clintons tell him that Bill Clinton has assembled an informal legal team to discuss how the Secretary of State should deal with the issue of being blamed for not preventing the Benghazi terrorist attack last month.

What do you mean “if” Obama tries to blame her? That ship has sailed, my friend:

White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters during a press conference Friday that responsibility for the consulate in Libya fell on the State Department, not the White House.

Let’s watch Hillary getting thrown under the bus. Video proof is always best, isn’t it?

(Nice, nice job by Ed Henry there, by the way — asking the tough questions, following up, and generally doing what much of Big Media won’t do.)

Security is a State Department issue. That’s what he says, repeatedly.

Yup. I’m seeing tire marks all over Hillary.

Go, Bubba, go.

Thanks to dana.


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