Dear Conservative Mouth-Pieces Exploiting the Libyan Embassy Murders,

October 10, 2012 at 6:51 pm (Daily Headaches and Rage Inducers, Politics) (, , , , , , , , , )

Dear Conservative Mouth-Pieces,

In these days following the evil, horrific murders of four Americans at the Libyan Consulate in Benghazi, you ghouls have gleefully blamed President Obama for the weakened security, and have exploited these four slain Americans in hopes that it will help Mitt Romney take the White House.

ARE YOU SCUMBAGS THAT TRULY HATEFUL?!?

For the entirety of the Iraq War, you hypocritical pricks played down every soldier’s death (more than 4,400 of them) and referred to the “cost of war” and the “messiness of democracy,” yet now four men have been killed and you need the President to be held accountable?!

Not to mention one other little FACT you Republicants continue to forget while feigning outrage over the embassy murders.

In the 2011 continuing resolution, Congress, at the insistence of the House of Representatives, slashed the president’s request for embassy security and construction and forced another cut in fiscal year 2012. Altogether Congress has eliminated $296 million from embassy security and construction in the last two years with additional cuts in other State Department security accounts.”

These Republican-led cuts came at the behest of folks like John Boehner (R – Ohio), Eric Cantor (R – Virginia), and Jason Chaffetz (R – Utah) – all in the name of making sure they continue to block anything and everything President Obama and his State Department want.

Every single American should write to you pieces-of-garbage and demand that you admit where the fault lies, because when you place politics ahead of facts, you end up with dead Americans and no one to blame but yourselves.

With deep disgust,

.

JD Rourke

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10 Comments

  1. ladyblug said,

    Thank you for saying what I cannot articulate! I am also quite disgusted with the regressive party.

  2. Robert Paulsen said,

    I think we need to come up with a new word for people who are that INTENSELY hypocritical. How about HYPERCRITES?

  3. Chris Kalika Blissett said,

    Hypocracy is rampant on the Dark Side. Just loved that congressman this morning talking about lack of security at the embassy. Soledad got his ass this evening by reminding him that he led the charge to decrease the security budget, these guys have more gall than balls. Kick em out!!

  4. Sandra said,

    I hope someone sends this to PO for his next debate so he can remind RMoney that his party cut security funding to Embassies, Consulates and High Commissions around the world. Chavez claimed it didn’t get passed but the fact is that they voted for said bill by a large majority.

  5. Ania said,

    To answer your question, JD, yes, those scumbags truly ARE that hateful.

  6. Milli Denney said,

    I am with Ladyblug. JD ALWAYS puts these things into words that I wish I had said but can’t. It’s such a relief to read his posts because it tells me my gut feeling is right.

  7. RetiredNavy said,

    The only thing politcal about this tragedy is the President lying about it and refusing to answer questions as to why he sat on his ass while four americans are being murdered. It is absolutely amazing that the main street media refuses to cover it but then again the media has the professional ethics of a bunch of whores.

    • JD Rourke said,

      First, thank you for your service.

      I’ll trust you were even more angry when the Bush Administration sat by as Americans drowned during the Katrina flooding.

      Not to mention horrified / livid when more than 3,000 innocent Americans died on 9/11 and then President Bush sat on his ass for six minutes when he could have gotten up and immediately started making useful phone calls.

      If so, then your anger is understood. If not, then it is partisan cherry picking and disrespectful of our nation.

  8. Howie said,

    I prefer to call Retired Navy’s reaction “adorably selective outrage”.

    However, I can sort of understand his position, being that he is retired military. If he could just shrug off that layer of hyper-loyalty to “the cause” and see Iraq for what it really is…yeah.

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