“The reason the State Dep't (under then-Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton) didn't want to release these emails (until Judicial Watch successfully SUED to get them via the Freedom of Information Act) was because the emails showed then-CIA Deputy Director Mike Morrell CONSPIRED WITH HILLARY CLINTON'S STAFF TO "CREATE APPROPRIATE TALKING POINTS" that would insulate Obama, who was in the midst of a re-election campaign.
Moreover, Former Deputy Spokesman at the US Mission to the UN, Payton Knopf, sent an email the VERY NEXT DAY (Sept 12, 2012) and called the Benghazi attacks "complex" yet then-National Security Advisor Susan Rice turned around and went on 5 Sunday news shows and called the Benghazi attack "spontanous" which was an obvious lie.
Read for yourself (below link), as the emails are VERY much clear that the Obama Admin wanted to change the talking points. What is also VERY clear is that the Admin LIED...and LIED OFTEN, as the two weeks of blaming the bogus internet video proves.
“Apparently Elizabeth "Chief Sitting BS" Warren hasn't seen the MANY, MANY NEGATIVE ECONOMIC RECORDS, UNDER OBAMA? Or maybe she's too busy plagiarizing again? Or maybe she's showing what a blatant hypocrite she by railing against FLIPPING HOMES FOR PROFIT (while living in MA), WHEN SHE DID THE SAME EXACT THING WHILE LIVING IN OKLAHOMA?
Btw, for the record, Reagan inherited his own basket case of an economy, but instead of being a serial blamer, like Obama has been, REAGAN GAVE THE US THE BIGGEST TAX BREAK IN US HISTORY, AND TURNED A MASSIVE RECESSION INTO ONE OF THE BIGGEST GROWTH PERIODS IN US HISTORY.
Truth is, we are living in a nation full of EVER-INCREASING PERPETUAL MOOCHERS, otherwise known as OBAMA/DEMOCRAT CORE VOTERS.”
Dad2three on Apr 26, 2014 at 02:16:39
“"Apparently Elizabeth "Chief Sitting BS" Warren hasn't seen the MANY, MANY NEGATIVE ECONOMIC RECORDS, UNDER OBAMA?"
"We crashed the economy but we don't like the way you ARE fixing it." - GOP.
BUSH LOST 673,000+ PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS IN 8 YEARS. Since March 2010, when we hit the Bush bottom, 10 million private sector jobs have been created (net nearly 6 million since Jan 2009)
"REAGAN GAVE THE US THE BIGGEST TAX BREAK IN US HISTORY, AND TURNED A MASSIVE RECESSION INTO ONE OF THE BIGGEST GROWTH PERIODS IN US HISTORY."
Reagan created the recession began under HIM after his disastrous tax cuts.
YOU KNOW RONNIE TRIPLED THE DEBT (GREW GOV'T SPENDING GREATLY)?
"full of EVER-INCREASING PERPETUAL MOOCHERS, otherwise known as OBAMA/DEMOCRAT CORE VOTERS. "
Among the 254 counties where food stamp recipients doubled between 2007 and 2011, Republican Mitt Romney won 213 of them in last year’s presidential election, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data compiled by Bloomberg. Kentucky’s Owsley County, which backed Romney with 81 percent of its vote, has the largest proportion of food stamp recipients among those that he carried.
“Most?? Apparently you haven't seen about every poll showing about a 40% approval for Obama. And of that 40%, a HUGE chunk are ever-increasing perpetual moochers, who'll vote for any "D" who'll continue doling out "freebies" to that lazy crowd.”
nomobull on Jan 30, 2014 at 17:23:14
“other than opinion and talking points your evidence”
“You're right, but I wish more people realized that before he was re-elected. Though unfortunately, the ever-increasing perpetual moochers (his core voters) were still going to vote for Obama, regardless of how horrific he's been.”
“BINGO! To the contrary, as I pointed out in my previous post, an ever-increasing number of Obama's/Democrats' core voters are perpetual moochers, who lounge around watching TV for much of the day. Problem is, they're watching trash TV, and not becoming well-informed insofar as policies are concerned.”
“What it also doesn't point out is that most Obama core voters are perpetual welfare moochers (Why else would Obama's horrific presidency still have around 40% approval?) who are also not coincidentally low-information voters. In other words, so long as said moochers just keep getting "freebies" they could care less about actual policy intricacies.
Insofar as the majority of conservatives not using PCs, there are about as many PCs in homes as there are TVs, and in actuality the networks that have seen their ratings continually dwindle are the 3 "major" network news (ABC, NBC, CBS).”
“Ho-hum. Fox News just continues to set new records and dominate. Why? Because it's the only news network to provide ALL THE NEWS, not just the turn-a-blind-eye-to-Obama's-incompetence-and-lawlessness that is most MSM (especially MSNBC). Obviously to continuously have ALL 15 TOP SHOWS BE FOX, YEAR AFTER YEAR, proves this to be fact.
Moreover, polls always show that when asked which network people trust to provide all-around news coverage, Fox also wins by a LANDSLIDE...much to the chagrin of the low-information moonbats ;)”
Bazzzaa J on Jan 30, 2014 at 06:47:57
“Studies have shown the people who watch Faux "news" are less informed than people who dont watch any news.
Amazing how other countries will not let it broadcast because it lacks factual content.
I am sure people with low criteria will never notice. They seem to believe anything people tell them. Especially when a vacuous blonde or a polemic says it.”
*14-yr-old (at time of story) Chelsea Banton was born prematurely, leading to a life full of serious health problems.
*In 2008, Chelsea had acquired severe pneumonia, to the point where she had been placed on life support for almost 2 months.
*Doctors told the mother they did all they could do, & that the girl would die soon.
*After the paperwork was finished & the girl was taken off life support, less than an hour later, multiple hospital staff and the mother's sister rushed in to tell the mother to take a look at what was captured on the hospital security monitor: an illuminating object.
*One of the nurse practitioners who had worked in that same ICU for 15 years, told the mother that she had never seen anything like that, in all her years of working there.
*When the mother & hospital staff rushed to the girl's room to see what happened, they were amazed to discover the girl suddenly had regained consciousness, with her vital signs much-improved like never before.
*Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown, the Hospital administrator, physician & scientist, told "Fox & Friends" (Dec 24, 2008 show) that the idea of an image being a reflection would be impossible as the pediatric ICU area is centrally-located, with no source (ie windows, doors) to get a reflection/sunlight from.
Still think what happened was coincidence? If you're honest and objective, we both know the answer is a RESOUNDING NO COINCIDENCE. It was a miracle. Plain & simple.”
“You seem to offer some replies with a reply option, and some without; almost as inconsistent as your far-fetched excuses for the image. (You know, the idiotic claim that it was sunlight, even though sunlight has a streaming, fading effect, which clearly the illuminating, well-defined image does not have, and that you've not used as a possibility again lol.)
Truth is, the only thing hilarious is watching your atheist belligerence in desperately grasping at proverbial straws (eg sunshine excuse, claiming no hospital workers witnessed the incident, etc.), to try and compensate for your (STILL) inability to explain what the image was.
My work's done, as at least I've planted a seed in your head. Being a belligerent so-called atheist (contradiction in terms, btw), your pride won't allow you to admit the image, the uncanny timing of said image with the girl's miraculous awakening, was a true miracle, so hence the grasping for straws/excuses.
Sooner or later, you'll come around, and for that I'll be happy for you. But as I know how predictably belligerent your reply will be, I'll be sure to delete it, to save the trivial nonsensical back-and-forth. ;)”
Twootchy on Sep 29, 2013 at 16:40:16
“Your ignorance and inability to see reality is beyond compare.
It is not up to the poster here to offer a reply option. The system only allows so many levels of response before IT stops offering the reply option. It's not up to the poster. If you want to reply to a reply to your post, GO TO YOUR NOTIFICATIONS PAGE instead of following the link in the email you get.
That image is "well-defined" only in your desire for it to be. I've seen plenty of reflections off of monitors. This looks no different from many of those. Actually, it could just as easily be glare on the camera lens. I've seen plenty of that, too.
It was a cloudy day. The sun came out for a few seconds and then went back behind a cloud. No "streaming, fading effect" in those circumstances.
What's hilarious is your insistence on introducing factors (no sunshine, people saw the image other than on the monitor) that are not documented in any news story.
It's hardly a "miraculous awakening" if she had to spend another couple of months in the hospital, as a couple of the news stories stated.
Again, it's you who's desperate to believe, since your faith is so obviously weak that you need to manufacture 'proof''.”
“BAD monitor?? LOL. At the time of the miracle, the nurse practitioner working there told the girl's mother that in her 15 years working in that same ICU, she'd never seen anything like that (image).
So even though the mother had just signed the final paperwork to take her daughter off life support (that she'd been on for almost 2 months), within an hour of her daughter having been off liff support, the image appears, and when hospital staff and the mother/aunt rush down to see what had happened, they discover the girl conscious and doing well.
Moreover, multiple doctors had told the mother they had done everything for the girl, and that she would die soon (hence taking her off life support). So, given the uncanny timing of when the image appeared and the girl almost immediately regaining consciousness, all you can muster up is BAD/FAULTY MONITOR?? LMAO.
You atheists sure are belligerent, and good fodder ;)”
“BTW, here's that Today Show report (you know, the one where you said the Today Show mentions nothing about hospital workers seeing the image), on Youtube (see bottom of reply for link), where the reporter says that "...the hospital confirms that some of its workers told the (girl's) family they saw something as well." (1:18-1:22).
It's painfully obvious you're digging yourself a deeper hole, with each subsequent reply, so as I have to get going now, I'll be sure to look for your predictably laughable, atheist-driven reply tomorrow, so I can use it as fodder again ;)
“Actually, the FACT that there is no light source (eg windows, doors) for light to come in, as the area is centrally-located, in the Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte, NC.
Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown, physician, scientist, and hospital administrator, stated on "Fox & Friends" (Dec 25, 2008 show) that that there are no sources to get a reflection from.
Moreover, most hospitals have basement levels, in addition to centrally-located areas (emergency, etc.) where there are no windows or doors, to allow for direct sunlight.
So, in fact, unless you've been to that specific hospital and know the area of where the miracle occured, then I think I'll take the word of Dr. Brown, the girl's mother & aunt, and MANY other hospital workers that witnessed the image/miracle, vs. some oaf who has no idea what he's talking about.
Moreover, a nurse practitioner told the girl's mother that in the 15 years she'd been working at the same ICU, she'd never seen anything like that before. I can go into more detail as to why the timing of the girl regaining consciousness was more than uncanny, but I suspect you being an atheist, you'll again try to feign not being impressed--all while not being able to explain what the image was ;)”
okonlyonce on Sep 28, 2013 at 08:02:53
“There's no feigning; I'm genuinely not impressed.”
“Once again, you didn't include a REPLY option ("shocker" there), so I had to find your "Twootchy" name in this post. You appear to be a serial liar, regarding the image, and the fact that you claim the image was "sunlight" is absurdly laughable on TWO fronts.
First, if it was sunlight, it would have had a streaming/fading effect, with a more softer hue of white. The image was VERY well-defined, with what appear to be wings, and VERY illuminating.
Second, Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown, physician, scientist, and administrator for Novant Health, which Presbyterian Hospital is part of, stated on "Fox & Friends" (Dec 25, 2008 show) that as a scientist, she's trained to look for elements that would determine if the image was real or unreal. Dr. Brown stated that in that area of the Pediatric ICU (centrally-located) there is no source (windows, doors) of which to have a source of light, to get any sort of reflection.
Again, you're desperately grabbing at any half-assed lie, as an axcuse for what you can't explain.”
Twootchy on Sep 28, 2013 at 19:55:46
“Sorry, but you appear to be terminally ignorant. You don't "include a REPLY option". Depending on what part of the site you're in, different sections using different software, the option to reply automagically disappears when you get about 6 levels deep. Yes, in your terms, that's a miracle.
If you want to reply to a reply to one of your posts, you're better off going to your Notifications page, instead of following the link in the email.
“You stated the stories were "unbiased," which obviously isn't the case with Fox, CNN, NBC, CBS (none of whom cited any fraud with the image). So AGAIN YOU LIED. The fact that you admit you only looked at one report shows you haven't delved into the story.
Insofar as my beliefs of what the image was and what happened, I know it was a miracle, so the only one apparently unable to explain what the image is, is the frustrated, angry atheist.
(Truth be told, almost all you atheists are woefully lacking any soul, so when confronted with something they can't explain away, out comes the anger and mockery. Frankly, it's predictably humorous.)”
Twootchy on Sep 27, 2013 at 18:11:47
“You can't even read. I said NOT unbiased, though you don't appear to understand what that means.
A search of the CNN website turned up no results for "Chelsea Barton". The only reputable source I can find, NBC Today, says the girl was still in the hosputal for two months after the 'miracle', and makes no mention of anyone seeing anything except on the monitor.
And there was sunlight in the room where the security monitor was.
Again, you're so lacking in faith that you have to believe anything that seems to support your beliefs.
“Seeing as your subsequent post didn't allow for a reply (we both know why lol), is Fox News, NBC/Today Show, CNN, local Charlotte CBS "religious." So you're desperately lying on that count.
Among other hospital staff that saw the image live, was a nurse practitioner who told the girl's mother than in the 15 years she had been working there, she'd never seen anything like that.
You're lying, and we both know it.”
Twootchy on Sep 27, 2013 at 15:20:38
“If you'd look at your notifications page, you'd be able to reply to those posts.
I said "Most of the stories were on religious websites", not "All of the stories were on religious websites". So you're desperately lying on that count.I didn't look at the ones from religious websites, just the one from Today, which didn't say anything about anyone seeing anything, except on the security monitor. And which was also the only one from a reputable site on the first couple of Google pages.
You're desperate for some proof of your beliefs, meaning you're lacking in faith.”
“Then you aren't well-read if you don't know of any provable miracles. The example I gave is proof-positive of a miracle, but of course that would require you to ACTUALLY delve into the story itself (which you obviously haven't).”
BinMesa on Sep 28, 2013 at 22:14:25
“I have read much about the over 5000 gods and all the miracles performed in their name.
I would suggest you read something about the opposing view. I would suggest starting with the essays of Christopher Hitchens. You may like him as he has Christ in his first name.”
“LOL You didn't look anything up. If you had read my earlier post, I know the intricacies of thle event EXTREMELY well. For one, as the hospital administrator (and I) had stated, that part of thle Pediatric ICU is centrally-located, with no source (windows or doors) of light to make a reflection from.
Secondly, blurry is the last word to describe the image, as it was illuminating and well-defined, with no fade in the image.
Bottom line: you and I both know you are talking out of your ass.”
mrkurtzhedead on Sep 27, 2013 at 14:04:02
“No, I don't know any such thing. Just as you don't know this reflection is a bloody angel. You need a psychiatrist.”
“So then it was pure coincidence that almost immediately (1-2 minutes) after the "malfunctioning" television monitor/hospital security camera showed the image--along with the multiple hospital staff that saw the image live--that the gravely-ill girl miraculously regained consciousness after being on life support for 2 months prior, and told by multiple doctors that she would soon die? LOL.
No offense, the only thing weak are the atheists' lame excuses for something they cannot explain.”
saint 91 on Sep 28, 2013 at 05:47:57
“Yes, coincidence happens. Does this startle you?
In a world full of millions of gravely ill children, an unexplained recovery and a bad monitor isn't that unlikely.
It's certainly more likely than assuming it was an angel.”
rjsparling on Sep 27, 2013 at 04:28:49
“Coincidence is what causes people to believe in superstitions. That is a well known fact and it is applied by casino owners to no end.”
“Read the story, IN DEPTH. The image was caught by the hospital security camera AND seen live by the hospital staff, in a busy Pediatric ICU. It is obvious the image was there for a reason, as it performed a miracle on a girl soon after multiple doctors told the mother they did all they could (for the girl), and that she would soon die. (She was on life support after contracting SEVERE pneumonia, and her condition was grave. Doctors said after that it was a miracle, because they had never seen anything like it, medically-speaking.)
I'm guessing the image (aka Angel) didn't feel compelled to want to stick around for autographs after the fact, eh? So unless you want to believe that dozens of hospital staff conspired with the mother in creating a VERY elaborate hoax--all while somehow having the girl re-gaining consciousness, then I think we both know what took place: DIVINE INTERVENTION.
Like I say, read the article.”
freethinker9 on Sep 27, 2013 at 02:46:54
“It was a blurb of light that looked nothing like an angel. You cling to this as proof b/c you're insecure and need validation for your beliefs. That's also why you're rude to those who don;t agree with you. You're scared that someone will tear your beliefs to shreds, so you go into a conversation in defensive mode. and that's just the way it is.”
Twootchy on Sep 27, 2013 at 02:16:47
“The article I looked at said nothing about anyone actually seeing the image anywhere except on the security monitor.
Most of the stories were on religious websites, so not unbiased.
And the picture I saw looked like a reflection off the monitor.”
“I see your latest still-unable-to-explain-the-image comment ("Sure thing. Like quoting the manmade Bible...") didn't come with a reply option. Translation: you KNOW you can't provide an explanation of said image, so you wanted to take the cowardly way out, and make sure I couldn't reply, eh Fredo? (Didn't work lol)”
Cyber Nick on Sep 27, 2013 at 06:19:47
“There was no image! You are off you bean.
Get help! ”