Thursday, May 15, 2014


"Surely the bitterness of death is past" - King Agag of  the Amelikites moments before the prophet Samuel chopped him into dog food.
"What does any of it matter at this point?" - Then Secretary of State Hilary Rodham Clinton speaking before a Senate committee looking into why (among other things) our Consulate in Benghazi, Libya got NO ASSISTANCE even though (1) the place was crawling with Al-Qaeda, (2) the Ambassador had been begging for more protection for weeks on end, making it plain he had feared an attack, and perhaps most important (3) it was the 11th anniversary of the terror attacks that we will all remember as long as we live.
The first quote above is taken from the Holy Bible. It is from the story of the campaign against Amelek found in the First Book of Samuel. King Agag was captured and appeared before Samuel thinking that the war was just "water over the bridge". It wasn't, and old Sam took a sword and "Hewed him into pieces before the LORD"
Such has been the Agag-like response by the Democrat Party's hacks to questions about Benghazi and all the other scandals. They keep trying to say that there's no there there and if there is, it's just old news.
We don't know about you, Gentle Readers; but we intend to vote in November with a very Samuel-like mind set. And no poop about it.

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