To insinuate either a cover-up at the State Department, or that we are being misled by the White House is insensitive to the victims and insulting to all Americans who serve our country, especially our diplomatic and intelligence personnel who are working so hard to get the real story behind the attack. This isn’t the type of leadership America needs. We need to complete the impartial investigation that is being conducted by the FBI and Libyan authorities, make the necessary security corrections, and bring those who are responsible for these murders to justice.
F**k you, you dirty ass bastard. Do you notice what he does?
He tries to stop questions, yes. And that's offensive enough. Worse, he trashes the American people. "He mentioned them, Kat!" No, he mentioned those who "serve."
F**k you, you f**king bastard. We are the American people. This is about our safety and f**k you and anyone else who ever tells us we can't ask questions.
If you don't know the human piece of s**t, let me explain that it's this kind of thinking that led Crap Ass Mike Thompson to vote in favor of the Patriot Act in 2001.
From CBS News:
Feinstein, who's running for re-election, added that she plans to hold a hearing on a report due out next month detailing the State Department's findings on the assault. Congress plans to return for a lame-duck session after Election Day.
They're talking about my senator, Dianne Feinstein. She gets my vote. And it's for things like that. She is not afraid to admit what happened requires an investigating and hearings. She is a Democrat (as am I) but she will not toe a party line to cover up something.
Dianne's proven to be a real fighter in recent years and reminds a lot of us of the Dianne from the Harvey Milk days that we were so proud of. So thank you, Dianne. If you don't know Dianne Feinstein, you can visit her re-election campaign website.
And, again, she's got my vote. Because she's tough and she's strong and tries to be fair. That places her so far above so many others in Congress.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"