Posted on June 5, 2013. Filed under: News And Politics..., NEWS..., Obama Unveiled..., Politics... | Tags: , , , , , , |

“OK, I’ve got the story straight.”

…and the award for the biggest lie in the Benghazi scandal cover-up goes to Susan Rice.  She is to be awarded with the national security advisor position vacated by Tom Donilon who is resigning…


June 5, 2013: A White House official tells Fox News Tom Donilon, left, is resigning as President Barack Obama’s national security adviser and will be replaced by Susan Rice. (AP)

In true Obama form, he continuously rewards bad behavior.  If you remember, Rice was previously considered for the secretary of state position, but that would have resulted in her being vetted.  Instead, that position was filled by another clueless lying fool—John Kerry.  Rice has too many skeletons in her closet so she stepped away from that possible position.  Not to worry…

Obama wants to keep her quiet and happy so he is placing her in a position where she will not have to be vetted—you don’t need Senate confirmation for the national security position.  I’m sure Rice has been given this position to keep her mouth shut by Obama, and she will continue to lie for him in her new position as well—that is, if she wants to keep her new cushy job.

She’s not new to controversy.  There was the Rwanda controversy during her stint in the Clinton Administration that highlighted her failure in stopping the Rwandan genocide.  The Ethiopians were also outraged, and Kirubeal Bekele sent her a very nasty letter, raw with emotion last September after Rice gave a “glowing eulogy” to Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Meles Zenawu who recently passed.  Zenawu was seen as a very brutal dictator, but Rice…well, she gave him a great sendoff.  She gets up close and personal with dictators, you know.

Obama and Rice not owning up to their mistakes, reminds me of a couple of good quotes…

“Stop blaming people, circumstances, the devil or even God for things that go wrong, and start being the person God intended us to be.  We may make mistakes, but we are not a failure until we start blaming someone else.  We have to own up to our action that we caused our problems, fix it, apologize to who we hurt, learn from our mistakes and move on.”

—Glen Rambharack

“You can’t undo anything you’ve already done, but you can face up to it.  You can tell the truth.  You can seek forgiveness.  And then let God do the rest.”

—Tertullian, Roman Author, born 160

I do agree with Rush Limbaugh about this appointment, or as I say [dis]appointment, where he stated that “Obama is basically telling Americans ‘F. You’ with his two latest appointments in his administration.”

With the Grace of God, we’ll all be “F/U”ing him in 2014, and I don’t mean “Following Up”.  Obama has dissed America repeatedly, and an Obama impeachment would be sheer bliss right now…



From:  http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/05/susan-rice-to-replace-donilon-as-national-security-adviser/



Obama names Susan Rice as national security adviser despite Benghazi controversy


June 5, 2013: A White House official tells Fox News Tom Donilon, left, is resigning as President Barack Obama’s national security adviser and will be replaced by Susan Rice. (AP)


President Obama named Susan Rice as his national security adviser on Wednesday, despite persistent criticism from Republicans over her initial account of the Benghazi terror attack.

Obama, speaking in the Rose Garden, called Rice a “tireless advocate” for advancing America’s interests.

“She is at once passionate and pragmatic,” Obama said.

Rice will replace Tom Donilon, who is resigning from the post. Rice, the current U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, does not need Senate confirmation for the job.

The ambassador had earlier been considered in the running for the secretary of State post, which does require confirmation, but withdrew from consideration amid the continuing fallout over her role following the Benghazi attack.

Rice went on five Sunday shows after the attack and claimed it was triggered by protests over an anti-Islam film, an explanation many lawmakers said at the time was inaccurate. The administration later acknowledged there were no protests on the ground in Benghazi, though they have not officially ruled out that protests elsewhere may have played a role.

Republicans bristled at the news that Rice was being named to the new position. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., accused her of “misleading” the public on Benghazi.

“How are they going to have the authority for people to believe what they’re saying, when he’s promoting someone who directly and deliberately misled the public over Benghazi?” Paul said on Fox News.

Rice’s defenders dispute that charge.

The administration, under pressure from the media and Republicans, last month released the so-called “talking points” which showed officials drafting and re-drafting their storyline in advance of Rice’s appearance. The intelligence community did cite demonstrations — however, references to militant and Islamic extremist groups, and to prior security warnings and incidents, were ultimately stripped out after objections from various administration officials.

It’s unclear what level of involvement Rice had in this process. Officials, speaking in her defense, have said she was merely citing the assessment she was given on Sept. 16.

Former Obama aide Samantha Power, meanwhile, was nominated to succeed Rice as U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Power was an aide to the Obama campaign in 2008 but resigned after a report was published in which she called then-candidate Hillary Clinton a “monster.”

A senior official told Fox News that Donilon decided to leave the security adviser post after his wife took a job that involves a lot of foreign travel. He has been in the administration since the start, first as deputy national security adviser.

Fox News’ Ed Henry contributed to this report.



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