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Live Stream || Carney Briefing – October 12, 2012

The briefing has concluded.

17 Responses to Live Stream || Carney Briefing – October 12, 2012

  1. So “Obama/Biden” have thrown the ‘US State Dept.’ AND the ‘Intelligence community’ (DNI, State Dept, DOD, CIA, DIA, FBI etc.) “under the bus”…???

      • Your last video? Say it ain’t so. We want to see the incomparable Granny Jan’s video of Barry, the Mooch and the Wee Wons leaving the White House!
        (Bo can stay).

    • Granny Jan, you have kept out ‘spirits’ up throughout this horrible ordeal…love the latest Halloween tribute to the O’s. You are the ‘bestest’!!! Your video archive belongs in the Library of Congress! Hope this won’t be your last, however, there’s some good stuff coming up.

      • Thanks, everyone. I made the videos just as much as an outlet for my own frustrations. Every time I got mad the videos would get a little more outrageous. I thought I would be kicked off of You Tube. That has happened to many people but I was lucky and they always left me alone.

        I can’t see how we can lose the election so Obama is history to me. I won’t go away…just need to take a break, finally learn new video-making software and enjoy saying President Romney.

  2. To hell with Carney – Nuland’s presser wins the QOTD

    Via Beltway Confidential:

    State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland ended a series of questions about the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, and the ensuing Obama Administration claims that it was caused by an anti-Islam film, by saying that she’s paid to be “dumber” than other government officials.

    “Look, I’m generally dumber than most of the rest of the government,” Nuland told reporters yesterday. “I mean, that’s what I’m paid to be.”

    The comment drew a laugh, but Nuland was serious about not taking any more questions on the topic. “We’re not going to parse this any further,” she said sternly. “We’re just not.”

      • Not dumb – more sly as a fox. The self deprecating attempt is to deflect.She’s been a career diplomat since the early 90’s and through all the admininstrations [read: Left and Right]. In fact, she’s married to Robert Kagan (R) and you can wiki his resume, which includes foreign policy advisor to McCain. Washington is tangled web of alliances and I am finding more and more difficult to discern one from another.

        Voting is like a box of chocolates: You never know what you’re gonna get.