Thursday, September 13, 2012

A Note on the Goofy U.S. Government

Just a quick note on the goofy U.S. government.

In the U.S., they put grandmothers traveling on planes through near strip searches.

Yet, in Libya, where hostile operators exist, some of whom might be even more dangerous than U.S. grandmothers, the government leaves a U.S. embassy outpost lightly guarded, resulting in the death of Ambassador Stevens.

These people are nuts. They have agendas, but it has nothing to do with serious security.


  1. 3 embassy/consulates stormed in less than 48 hours?

    While Granny gets groped. Nice.

  2. An Ambassador is a high level government official complicit in the current policies. He's partially to blame for his own demise. He's not going to get any sympathy from me.

  3. "Goofy" is precisely the correct word. First they lost our confidence, now they have lost their minds. We now have zero trust in this bunch of loons. Sadly people die due to their complete and total incompetence.

  4. What is also ironic is the same crowd that killed the ambassador was supported by the US to overthrow the Libyan government. Live by the sword; die by the sword.