There are more important things
“You have to talk to everyone before you draw conclusions.”
“I really thought it was important for us to maintain a presence.”
The tween drama that is the ISIS story.
The media selectively awards moral authority.
Pressure builds on Pelosi to participate.
“The blame lies entirely with Washington.”
The difference it makes.
Guess who rides to Obama’s rescue?
“Are you surprised that the president of the United States never called you, Secretary Panetta, and say, ‘how’s it going?'”
“The United States military is not and should not be a global 911 service …”
The usual suspects.
The other side of the COIN
The best defense is a good offense?
What could go wrong?
Friday night news dump.
“There’s a basic principle here, and the basic principle is that you don’t deploy forces into harm’s way without knowing what’s going on…”
“They stood and they watched, and our people died.”
Romney: “The time for stonewalling is over.”
See, it’s green, because it costs so much money.
Plus: Karzai calls for U.S. troops to pull back to bases next year.
“Somebody got itchy, that’s all I’ve got to say.”
“We would come to the Congress and inform you.”
To the brink.
“It would be catastrophic if the President were to fire the special counsel.”
“The blockade breached institutional values of freedom of expression and assembly.”