What Makes #BarackBenghaziObama Angry?


 As @AceofSpadesHQ tweeted:

Obama showed the passion and anger at his personal defeat that he wasn’t able to manage after the Benghazi slaughter.

If Barack Benghazi Obama felt about our foreign enemy the way he feels about his domestic political enemies, our enemies would actually be as decimated as he claims they are.

The things we’ve seen him get angry about and the indifference he’s shown when Americans are slaughtered are some of the most damning reasons why Barack Benghazi Obama has ZERO business being President of The United States of America.

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  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Little riles up the Islamist/Radical-in-Chief more than thwarting his radical designs: total control over the masses, and gun control is the way forward – http://adinakutnicki.com/2013/04/15/fast-furious-

    As to Benghazigates's victims; Fast & Furious too: and Boston's…well, mustering up outrage is barely in the mix.

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

    • Capelady

      Yes… he went into the Cathedral in Boston, a Catholic Cathedral (and his policies are attacking their religious freedom and DHS has recently named them as potential domestic terrorists)… and he held a pep rally in the House of God. It was a memorial service in a church… not a pep rally in a stadium! He has no sense of what is appropriate because he has no respect for anyone. Obama is all about Obama. He is afflicted with NPD and the symptoms describe him completely – and it is scary stuff when you think of the position he fills and the power he has.

    • Asher

      Obama is the biggest pouter we have ever seen in office. He is so selfish about his own agenda and does not work with anyone.

  • Ragnar

    Barack's hidden agenda has been stalled; perhaps killed forever.

    • Mary Sue

      DiFi must be apoplectic also!

    • desertdiva

      Hidden? It's pretty obvious to me.

  • Looking4Sanity

    The miscegenated Marxist moron is miffed at his misfortune!

    He failed to get Senate ratification on the UN Small Arms Treaty and now this.

    I hope he can refrain from making poopy pants!

  • Dr. JLE

    As the Bible says, "Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks." Obama reveals himself in his true colors if we watch and ask the right questions. Sadly, far too many Americans are not watching and many who watch are asking the wrong questions. Friends, if you ask the wrong questions, you will almost always get the wrong answers.

    • Mary Sue

      yup and "By their fruits ye shall know them."

      All I see is bad fruit hanging off that tree…

      • guest

        islamic fruit…

    • Smitty

      Yes, and sadly, most Americans are too misinformed, ignorant and just plain apathetic to ask questions at all. But, as a result, how can we blame an electorate that by-and-large doesn't have the tools to make good decisions, thanks to the mainstream liberal media that has trained that electorate to accept and even embrace the flawed agenda of the left?

      If the average Walmart shopper were asked about Benghazi, F&F or any number of other topics that would anger our Great Leader, they would have not a clue as to what those topics were. Even worse: they wouldn't care.

  • kafir4life

    President Stinky (bo) Benghazi is garbage. Trash. If that trash bag is angry, I'm pleased.
    giggle-snort!

    • Mary Sue

      Obama snackbar!

    • Spider

      Someone needs to take the trash out before it stinks up the house.

  • Mary Sue

    OF COURSE! He's a NARCISSIST! It's ALWAYS ALL ABOUT HIM! This informs what he gets angry about, and why what he gets really angry about wouldn't make actual sense to a normal sane person if they stopped to think about it.

  • pierce

    He, B O, is far superior to the rest of us. Ho ho ho.
    He some times reminds me of Carnac. Remember Carnac, Johnny Carson's Carnac, all knowing, and yet knowing nothing. The difference is John was funny, B O is not. Scary

  • onepornqueen
    • Asher

      We just keep watching O and Biden's faces over and over. People are remarking, my gosh look at their faces, such scowls and vindictivness.

  • farthgum

    O-Banana GO TO HELL!

  • farthgum

    O-Banana is is so good to see you angry and pissed off.

  • Rifleman

    "The gun lobby and its' allies willfully lied about the bill." – Hussein

    I'm glad I wasn't there to hear that, I would have fell out of my chair laughing.

    "A pretty shameful day for Washington." – H

    It's always amusing when shameless people attempt to shame others.

    "It came down to politics." – H

    Did he forget he's a career politician, and a socialist politician, at that? Everything is political, and win or lose, everything comes down to politics for him. It was his party that politicized the Newtown massacre, and then wrote legislation that wouldn't have saved a single life lost that day.

  • ApolloSpeaks

    THE MOST SHAMELESSLY MENDACIOUS PRESIDENT SINCE RICHARD NIXON

    who took his oath of office on Lincoln's Bible, accuses the NRA of willfuly lying and laments it was a shameful day? Since January 20, 2009 there's scarcely been a day when the Shameless One hasn't shamed his office and the nation with deceit and willful lies. He couldn't lie his way to stop the sequester; and couldn't exploit his way to gun control legislation; hopefully immigration reform will share the same fate.

    He lost on the sequester; now he's lost on gun control; hopefully immigration reform is next.

    • ApolloSpeaks

      The last line was an error.

    • thomas_h

      "THE MOST SHAMELESSLY MENDACIOUS PRESIDENT SINCE RICHARD NIXON"

      Since Richard Nixon???

      Nixon was a paragon of truthfulness compared to that devious traitorous rat. Besides Nixon loved America while "president" O'Bimbo hates this country. True, Nixon was caught lying and following it – impeached. But O'Bimbo has been lying since the first day of his presidential campaign yet his impeachment has never been even considered as a possibility.

      • Jake Tobias

        Nixon was not impeached. He resigned out of fear of being impeached. Bill Clinton was impeached. Unfortunately, the impeachment meant nothing to him, and he stayed. Didn't faze him at all. Because of Nixon's resignation, I had been given the impression when young, that impeachment meant the President was fired. But of course, impeachment is just step one. So even if Obama were impeached, it is unlikely it would go past that. If Republicans haven't started Obama's impeachment by now, they never will. Another check and balance that no longer works in America.

        • Fritz

          They would need to take control of the Senate in order to file articles of impeachment, and being a pathological liar is no grounds for impeachment. However abuse of power, ignoring the separation of powers, and the cover up surrounding the Benghazi incident could be grounds for impeachment. I think from a strategic point of view it's best to let Barry slowly self destruct to the point where the American public will be loath to vote for his anointed successor and anyone else with a "D" next to their name.

      • Fritz

        Nixon was never impeached, he resigned before the Senate could file articles of impeachment. It also wasn't because he lied it was because he attempted to fire the special prosecutor investigating Watergate and to use his office to cover up evidence.

  • Brujo Blanco

    It is apparent Obama and his gang want eliminated a civil right completely without benefit of a.Constitutional Convention. They want a court system which will render the parts of the constitution they do not like unconstitutional. The President already has the authority to wack US citizens without trial.

    • CurmudgyOneJr

      If I was Wayne LaPierre, I'd be watching the sky …

  • JuneUSA

    Next on the list is to stop immigration of millions of people who will just be votes for Obama and big business who care nothing for our country. That is all it is about. We will be supporting all of them and we will lose more rights and there will be no jobs for Americans or any services or food. This is a scam against the American people and it is not because we need more people to take care of. They will overwhelm the school system , the schools, and every part of our lives. I am for a limited number of them coming in but not millions. What is the sense of that and what is good about it for us?

  • JuneUSA

    I meant the Health system , the schools and every part of our lives.

  • http://birtherreport.com tina

    thee entire U.S. govt. are guilty of "Treason" they have trampled our "Constitution" long enough. Remove and replace with "Constitutional Representatives" throw them all in gitmo.

  • Smote

    Do a JFK job on him.

  • gee59

    How dare the United States Senators not overturn the Constitution of the United States of America? I mean just because they swore and oath to protect the same, who do they think they are – elected officials or the President's puppets?

    The time has come to impeach the President for TREASON

  • tagalog

    Obama says the gun lobby told lies. What lies did they tell?

    About the use of expanded gun registration, and the preservation of records of gun transfers, in creating a national registry? What else would it be called? Is there some reason why Obama can't imagine a time when a President only a little more authoritarian than he is deciding (no doubt after some gun tragedy) pushing to confiscate all guns in America?

    Any other lies?

    Why does the MSM continually refer to the voting down of the gun control bill as "a victory for the NRA?" Isn't it a victory for the Second Amendment and 350,000,000 law-abiding American gun owners?

    If the majority of Americans favor expanded gun registration as the news shows repeatedly claim, how come it was voted down in the Democrat-controlled Senate? Maybe the majority of Americans think differently from the President and the MSM. It that's true, the vote-down is yet another clarifying moment in the culture war.

    • Fritz

      Gun control, not surprisingly, is near the bottom of the list in terms of issues concerning the American people, issue number one is the economy, followed by health care, national security, energy, etc. Maybe the majority of the small minority of Americans who think controlling guns is an issue supported it but that's like polling patrons of a gay bar asking whether they support finding a cure for AIDS.

  • 77patriot

    In civil society, one doesn't call ones opponents "liars" just because they have a differing opinion. But now that he's called us, the supporters of 2nd Amendment rights, "liars", I think it's high time we quit quibbling around and call him The Liar that he is.

    • Smitty

      I'm a life member of the NRA and nothing Obama says shocks or surprises me any longer re his remarks about the NRA. I have never seen such lies pour out of the mouth of any politician such as those that have so freely poured out of that of Obama's. The man can twist the truth so skillfully that it appears to no longer be "truth," and the liberal media lets him get away with it (naturally).

      I would give anything to see Obama get into a deep discussion about gun control, its proponents and why it has not worked in the past, plus why it won't work in the future. Put him up against Chris Cox or John Lott, and Obama would look completely bewildered. Without a teleprompter, Obama is an empty suit.

  • Steedy

    Poor little Barry sure was "wee-weed up" over this "shameful" affront.

  • Volvulus

    Sorry USA. Even though you are unrivaled when it comes to most guns per capita in the world, you are surpassed by a number of countries when it comes to total firearm-related death rate per 100 000. All of these countries are above you, some by a large margin: Brazil, Columbia, El-Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, South Africa and Swaziland.

    When it comes to gun related homicides per capita: all of the above plus Costa Rica, Paraguay, The Phillippines and Uruguay.

    Not even on gun related suicide per capita you top the list. Montenegro is above.
    One sad fact about these statistics is that suicide by gun is twice as common as homicide by gun in the U.S.
    But no one advocates gun control to get the suicide rate down. Or?

    The list I have drawn these numbers from only includes 75 countries world wide.

    When it comes down to guns per capita though, the U.S reigns. Compared to all of the countries mentioned above you "outgun" Uruguay ca. 3:1, Panama ca. 4:1, Montenegro almost 5:1, Paraguay more than 5:1, Mexico ca. 6:1, Guatemala and South Africa ca. 7:1, Costa Rica ca. 9:1, Jamaica and Brazil 11:1, Swaziland, Columbia, El-Salvador and Honduras ca. 15:1, and last The Phillippines ca. 19:1.

    I already think I can hear the Owls cry "we do not want to be compared to these countries". But what about The Phillippines, a fairly decent society is it not. You have 19 times more weapons than they do and they still "kill" you on the homicide statistics. So do guns kill people or do people kill people?

    Another issue. Suicide by gun. Statistics tells us that the majority of these are men. Every 65 minutes a Veteran commits suicide. The chance that one of these choose suicide by gun is high. If the gun control advocates includes the total firearm related death rate in their arguments, I think it is a travesty. If they in fact are using the Veteran suicide rate to advocate their own political agenda I would be out of words.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_of_guns_per_chttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_byhttp://www.forbes.com/sites/melaniehaiken/2013/02

    • Smitty

      You will never hear these stats in the mainstream media. The anti-gunners know that, as do Chuck Schumer, Harry Reid, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer, Obama, Bloomberg, Biden and that complete boob
      Andrew Cuomo. But……….they don't need stats. They have the mainstream press in their pockets and can say what they want without having to back up their opinions.

  • dnha14

    I can think of two more shameful days. Election Day 2008 and 2012.

  • tagalog

    Obama is now heading for the lame duck period of his second administration. Thank God.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    Obama, what a good sport, hahahahahahahahah, AaaaHahahahaha…………..!!! When the
    objectionable one met with Washingtons leaders in the White House, remember how he
    told them ….(meaning Himself) to Bainer…………"We wone", hey Obie "You lost", hopefully
    a trend……………………….William

  • Jake Tobias

    Bosch Fawstin, beautiful graphics. Especially this one. I grew up a comics fan. Newspaper strips, superheros, Marvel, DC, Mad, Charlton, the works. Even Atlas. And the underground! It ain't easy pulling off that kind of straight forward boldness. Not since the Hernandez brothers, have I seen such clean lines put across so much. Thumbs up.