Hillary Clinton to speak at award ceremony for Ambassador Stevens. “Stevens will be posthumously awarded one of the Common Ground Awards… Clinton will deliver remarks about the ambassador, according to the State Department.” There are some remarks that need to be delivered about SOS Clinton as well.

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KimmyQueen
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I wonder how does this woman (I use the word loosely) goes to sleep at night? How does she go to sleep after witnesses the death of at least two americans and did NOTHING to help them?

poppajoe49
Member

After causing American deaths (Vince Foster, etc), watching them must be no big deal!

perlcat
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Hey, Doll! We missed you!!!!

KimmyQueen
Guest

Hi! You still have the cute picture of the baby dog. I missed you guys too!

I am working hard to pay for putos fools. I lied today and say I was sick. May the Lord forgive me, but I seriously can’t work. I cannot do it. People make me sick and a lot of the people that I talk to everyday are the same puto fools that voted for Obama I just couldn’t do it anymore. Give me give me give me, I want I want I want… it is too much. Seriously people get on my nerves and working hard for the money that is worth crap doesn’t seem to be worth it anymore.

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davidintexas
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Having Hillary Clinton preside at this is like having Charles Manson presenting an Oscar to Sharon Tate’s family.

Bitch.

perlcat
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Reminded me of this bit about Medal of Honor winner Robert McGovern (lifted from the http://www.sightm1911.com website):

“President Truman became the target for ever-increasing criticism over the conduct of the war. The once well-liked Chief Executive saw his popularity drop drastically. When his Medal of Honor was announced in January 1952, Robert’s father, J. Halsey McGovern of Washington, created a stir when he refused to accept the award. He also refused to accept the Silver Star posthumously awarded his second son, a member of the 187th Airborne Regiment who was killed-in-action on February 10, 1951. The senior McGovern’s refusal was based on his belief that medals were superfluous. He felt that they did not do justice to all of the heroes of the war in Korea. And, as he told reporters, he did not feel that Truman “was fit to confer medals on anyone’s sons.””

sa_rose
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This is insulting to Ambassador Stevens’ family. THe award is fine, but to have the people who caused his death to deliver it is unmitigated gall. My prayers are with his sister, that she will have the strength not to slap Hill in the face.

GhostntheMachine
Member

Truth be told, if it were me in her shoes (shudder), I wouldn’t have the balls. But then again, rumor has it she carries a huge set.

deepthinker
Member

It must be difficult to have to look the sister of Ambassador Stevens in the eye and make the presentation. She’s as heartless and soulless as they come. Here’s wishing for the whole crews departure from the protection that they currently have. So they can face the justice they deserve. Followed by a public execution for treason and murder.

What she should do is pull a Marlin Brando and have someone else accept the award. Then have them deliver a scathing speech about how barry and the Hildabeast killed him along with three others.

EXFED4
Member

If America wasn’t so fouled up right now, she would have to post bail before she went anywhere.

hisham
Guest

I hope she’s written her last will and testament…I’m thinking Nickolae Ceausescu here…

CO2Insanity
Admin

The Silence of the Lambs. Dead silence.

Ruben
Member

Who better to deliver remarks than Hillary? If covering up someone’s assassination you’re complicit in is any qualifier, then Vince Foster’s murder makes her the perfect guest speaker.

poppajoe49
Member

What will Hill be able to say, “He was a good sacrificial lamb”?

Plainsman
Member

I really feel for Ambassador Stevens’ sister, accepting this award. That’s going to be difficult. I pray this family will somehow, someday, find peace, away from the lies and corruption of this administration that is responsible for the Ambassador’s death.

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