Dude, Where’s my Ambassador?

The constant lies are getting old.
Check it out:

Yeah, hey dude, that was like two years ago, dude. Hey, dude, where do we go to get our ambassador back? You know, we have a bunch of kids in this Regime. We have a bunch of kids that probably shave twice a week and if they wanted to grow a beard they couldn’t. They look like vegans. No offense, Snerdley. Really. They’re all pajama boys.

Every damn one of them that’s a spokesman for whatever department, they look like pajama boys. These are the guys that got kicked around in junior high and high school, they’re getting their revenge now. These are the guys that were punked, that were made fun of, laughed at, and now they’re getting their revenge on everybody. Anyway, there I go bringing up something that happened two years ago. What’s wrong with dudes like me and Fox News?

Dude, where is my ambassador? Where do I go to get my ambassador back? Last night on Special Report with Bret Baier they had a discussion about the Benghazi talking points controversy with Former National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor, who looks to be about 19. It looks like he and Jay Carney were separated at birth.

Bret Baier said, “According to the e-mails and the timeline, the CIA circulates new talking points after they’ve removed the mention of Al Qaeda, and then at 6:21,” on the day the Benghazi attack is happening, “the White House, you, add a line about the administration warning of September 10th social media reports calling for demonstrations. True?”



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