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It seems Pope Francis needs to brush up on his Tertullian!

It has been reported (in The ChristLast Media, I must note) that the current Pope does not like the phrase "lead us not into temptation...

"Let no freedom be allowed to novelty, because it is not fitting that any addition should be made to antiquity. Let not the clear faith and belief of our forefathers be fouled by any muddy admixture." -- Pope Sixtus III

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Benito Hussein Whossaner has blood on his fangs and yet mocks a mother's tears.

From The Blaze:

Mother Of State Dept. Official Killed In Libya says White House Has Been Telling Her Outright Lies

The mother of one of the Americans killed in the deadly terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi wants answers about her son’s death — which really doesn’t sound like too much to ask.

Instead, she says the Obama administration has been stonewalling; and one month later, she is still waiting for the answers that were promised to her. In fact, the administration has told her “outright lies” about the Libya assault, she said.

Pat Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, a State Department official killed in the Libya attack, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Wednesday that President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden told her they would tell her the truth about what happened to her son.

“They promised me. I told them please, tell me what happened. Just tell me what happened,” she said. “I told them don’t give me any bologna – you can keep your political stuff. Just tell me the truth. And I still don’t know. In fact, today I heard that he died of smoke inhalation.”

“You don’t know the cause of death?” Cooper asked, visibly surprised.
“No, I don’t,” Smith replied. “I look at the TV and I see bloody hand prints on walls thinking, is that my son’s? I don’t know. They haven’t told me anything.”

 Smith also said the Obama administration has been telling her “outright lies” about the attack. She revealed that U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice and other senior officials told her that the attack occurred because of the anti-Muslim YouTube video that was originally blamed for the assault.

“In fact, all of them did. All of them did,” she added. “Leon Panetta actually took my face in his hands like this and he said, ‘trust me. I will tell you what happened.’ And so far, he’s told me nothing. Nothing at all. And I want to know.”

Smith also recounted her interaction with President Obama himself at a reception.
“I cried on Obama’s shoulder and then he kind of looked off into the distance,” Smith said. “So that was worthless to me. I want a note for God’s sake.”

“You deserve answers,” Cooper agreed.

 The investigation into the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi last month, where Smith was killed along with three other Americans, is ongoing. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee held a special hearing on Wednesday to address the attack.

Carroll H. Cook, Requiescat in pace.

From AP via Yahoo News:

College football guru Beano Cook dead at 81

 You wouldn't understand. It's a Pittsburgh thing.

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Beano Cook, the college football commentator with an encyclopedic knowledge of the sport he dearly loved, has died.

The 81-year-old Boston native had worked for ESPN since 1986 and was the sports information director at his alma mater, the University of Pittsburgh, from 1956 to 1966. The school announced Thursday that Cook had died in his sleep.

"He was one of a kind," ESPN executive chairman George Bodenheimer said. "There never was and never will be another Beano. His combination of humor, passion, love of college football and his engaging personality left an indelible mark on the sport and touched anyone who knew him."

Born Carroll H. Cook, he grew up in Pittsburgh before graduating from the university in 1954, and was known for his love of the college game and, in particular, championing the cause of northeastern teams including Penn State and Pitt before either school was a nationally known power.

"Beano Cook was an American original. His passion, depth and breadth of knowledge, and humor were unique," ESPN host Chris Fowler said. "He was an invaluable early mentor to me and friend. His imprint can still be seen on GameDay each week."

Cook, like many in the business, fell in love with simply being around the competition. With a career that took him so many places, it was hard not to get wrapped up in it.

"Getting to know the athletes really provided me with my fondest memories," Cook once said. "That was the most fun."

He said his favorites from his time working at Pitt were Mike Ditka, who went on to become a Pro Football Hall of Famer, and basketball star Don Hennon.

His wealth of knowledge about college football and memory for details made him an irresistible storyteller, as well a passionate pundit.

He wasn't always right, but he wasn't afraid to make bold pronouncements, such as when he predicted Notre Dame freshman quarterback Ron Powlus would win at least two Heisman trophies. Powlus never even won one, but Cook's prediction made him famous forever.

In recent years he was a frequent contributor on ESPN Radio and did a weekly podcast with ESPN college football writer Ivan Maisel.

He was an unapologetic defender of college football, while recognizing its warts, and wasn't shy about touting its superiority to the pro game.

"On Sundays they play for money," he once said. "On Saturdays they play for passion, for the love of the game. I think that's why it's our greatest sport."

Cook was ABC Sports' press director for the NCAA after leaving the SID job at Pitt, and later worked in as a writer or media representative for the St. Petersburg Times, Miami Dolphins, the Mutual Radio Network, and CBS before joining ESPN.

"Beano was a unique human being and he was college football at ESPN. I am indebted to him. Beano was a tremendous help at the start of my television career and I would not be where I am today without him," ESPN analyst Lee Corso said. "I am forever grateful to Beano and the time we spent behind the GameDay desk."

Cook received his distinctive nickname as a youth, when his family moved from Boston to Pittsburgh. A neighbor of the Cook family said, "Oh, from Boston, like the beans" and tabbed the 7-year-old "Beano."

Cook is fondly remembered at Pitt, where the media room in the Petersen Events Center is named after him.

"Beano left a legacy never to be matched. Not matched in accomplishment, wit or loyalty," Pitt athletic director Steve Pederson said. "Like so many others, it has been my privilege to be the beneficiary of Beano's counsel and friendship. He loved the University of Pittsburgh and his name is synonymous with all good things at Pitt.

"We all feel a tremendous void in our lives today."

Many in and around college football concurred on Thursday.

"It's a sad day for college football," Penn State coach Bill O'Brien said.
"Especially in the state of Pennsylvania, where he was an icon."

Lyin'-ass bitches abound!

The Marie Antoinette of The Party of Blasphemy, Buggery, and 'Bortion can't believe anybody would dare to call her, Benito Whossane Husseiner, and their fellow blood soaked ghouls of lying in order to hold onto power.

From The Blaze via KFYI.com:

Debbie Wasserman Schultz gets into heated debate over Benghazi attack with Piers Morgan 

Appearing as a guest on Piers Morgan’s CNN show, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz did her best to defend the Obama administration’s handling of the deadly 9/11 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. She also tried to explain away the trove of misinformation that was circulated by the White House in the days following the attack that left U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead.

Morgan began by pointing out the obvious.

“It was very clumsily handled,” he said about the response to the Libya assault. “Was it scandalously handled? Should heads roll?”

Observe as the none-too-bright criminals [who think they're the smartest people ever] try desperately to hold their coverup alive...

After rolling her eyes and shaking her head, Schultz said that President Obama knew Ambassador Stevens personally, which had nothing to do with Morgan’s question whatsoever.

She continued: “What we need to do when the United States has been attacked, when Americans have been killed while serving our country;  we don’t need to have Mitt Romney and the Republicans in Congress taking their first instinct, being to take cheap political shots–”

“Let me stop you there,” Morgan interrupted. “Because it’s not about Mitt Romney or what he did…what’s equally inappropriate though is the suggestion that Ambassador Rice and others made public statements which were deliberately misleading in the sense of blaming this video when in fact it has to be known after four or five days that it was much more likely to have been a terrorist attack that had been plan.”

U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and other officials made public statements in the days after the attack, saying it was the result of an anti-Muslim video, not terrorism.

Schultz was literally shocked that Morgan would make such an accusation.

“I can’t even believe that you would suggest that Ambassador Rice would make deliberately misleading statements,” she said.

Schultz argued that things were “unclear” following the attack and it was important to conduct a thorough investigation before making a determination. Remember, Morgan asked her if the Obama administration was irresponsible for attributing the attack to the anti-Muslim YouTube video before the facts were known.

Altering his question slightly, Morgan asked where Schultz would admit that Ambassador Rice was simply wrong in her statement.

Schultz refused to provide simple yes or no answer and instead justified the Obama administration’s handling of the incident, saying they were working on the best information they had at the time.

She then attempted to accuse Republicans of using the attack as a “political opportunity” yet again. She called what the GOP is doing “un-American.” Morgan was forced to interrupt her.

“You are flogging the wrong dead horse,” he interjected. “It isn’t about what Mitt Romney or Republicans did. The… really important horse that should be flogged is the behavior and the statements of those who were in positions of responsibility and, we would assume, knowledge, and it’s pretty un-American, pretty un-American, to put out completely false statements before you know the facts, isn’t it?”

“It is not OK for you to be saying that the administration was putting out completely false statements,” Schultz said, a look of disbelief on her face.
Morgan rebutted her by saying the information that the White House released turned out to be completely wrong.

“That doesn‘t mean it’s false,” Schultz replied.

“What?” Morgan shot back, flabbergasted.

“That doesn‘t mean it’s deliberate,” she clarified.

I suppose my kissing it to make it better is out of the question...

Some things seem to get lost in the translation, but you get the drift: dear Jen is in pain.

From IANS via Yahoo! Maktoob News:

Jennifer Love Hewitt breaks her wrist


Los Angeles, Oct 8 (IANS) Singer [Huh? Not lately, at least not on this continent. - F.G.] Jennifer Love Hewitt is nursing a broken wrist after she got hit during boxing sessions.


Chances are it happened when JLH hit someone or something with her fist. 


 Wow. Check out those wrists.

The actress was trying to get in shape ahead of the second season of her US TV drama "The Client List", in which she plays a single mother working as a high-class prostitute, [Massage therapist, if you please. - F.G.] with a few fitness rounds in the ring, but the exercise routine has left her in pain, reports contactmusic.com.

She tweeted: "Guess who broke her wrist boxing to get fit for season two! I will be spending the weekend resting in my pjs (pyjamas)."

Bugs Bunny played the pyana for Yosemite Sam once...


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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Did you ever wonder how Benito Hussein Okhrana could go from 12 points up to dead even in less than a month without having been caught with a naked underage girl at a Motel 6?

Poll: Pennsylvania the Newest Battleground State?

In a new poll conducted both before and after last Wednesday’s presidential debate, Pennsylvania may have moved from leaning toward President Obama to a battleground.  
- National Journal via Yahoo! News

The lifers at State throw Hitlery and the Boy Blunder under a bus as they prepare for a Romnoid victory.

 It's time for impeachment hearings, kiddies. Even the AmericaLast Media is reporting on Benito's clumsy coverup.

State Department: We didn't link Libya attack to video

The State Department said Tuesday it never concluded that the consulate attack in Libya stemmed from protests over an American-made video ridiculing Islam, raising further questions about why the Obama administration used that explanation for more than a week after assailants killed the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! News

TV is a monstrous waste of time and brain cells, but...

...how can any red-blooded American boy resist Connie Britton AND Hayden Panettiere at the same time? Sure, we'll have to put up with inane soap opera plots, but that's just there to fool our women into believing this is something other than soft core porn.



Tuesday, October 09, 2012

The latest from the AmericaLasters: NOW it's Ok to question the polls.

It wasn't all that long ago that conservatives argued that pollsters were rigging their surveys for President Obama
- The Week via Yahoo! News

How High is Romney Bouncing?

Pew shows Mitt Romney leading by four points, the tracking polls paint a confusing picture, swing state polls show President Obama leading by a small margin, and fewer Obama supporters than Romney supporters are "extremely likely" to vote. Here's our guide to today's polls and why they matter. 
- The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

Is Mitt Romney really pulling ahead?
Republicans are overjoyed with a reputable Pew poll showing Romney with a 4-point lead over Obama, even though other polls show Obama slightly ahead
- The Week via Yahoo! News

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