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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

THE GOP JUST DOESN'T CARE ABOUT BEING STUPID


TODAY'S WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD - LINDSEY GRAHAM

Now Enters Sen. Lindsey Graham (Tea bagger) blaming President Obama’s handling of the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi for the Russian invasion of Ukraine, tweeting Tuesday afternoon that it somehow emboldened the Russians to attack.




Though the Russian incursion into Crimea was motivated principally by Russian strategic concerns after the fall of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, Graham blamed American conduct in North Africa:

Last month, a GOP House Armed Services Report, which found that there was no plausible way for the United States to have used military force to prevent the Benghazi attack.

Below is a photo of Obama's predecessor and how he handled a similar situation. 






May God keep blessing us with these unlettered troglodytes!






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