Comment on Entry: The Benghazi Failure Is Fox's Fault, authored by Jim Miller
1. .
Just a thought for you Jim (and the peanut gallery)...

Maybe if you guys gave less credence to the Faux Outrage Wurlitzer you'd find a way to put forth Republican candidates who have a snowball's chance in this state.

"The president who, again and again, blamed the attack on a video"

Really? Jim, why don't you just post the President's remark where he said "I blame the attack on a video."

You and your crowd are denser than a white dwarf.

Posted by MikeBoyScout at November 5, 2012 02:05 PM
2. "June 14, 2002, U.S. consulate in Karachi, Pakistan
-- Suicide bomber kills 12 and injures 51.

February 20, 2003, international diplomatic compound in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia -- Truck bomb kills 17.

February 28, 2003, U.S. consulate in Karachi, Pakistan -- Gunmen on motorcycles killed two consulate guards.

July 30, 2004, U.S. embassy in Taskkent, Uzbekistan -- Suicide bomber kills two.

December 6, 2004, U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia -- Militants stormed and occupied perimeter wall. Five killed, 10 wounded.

March 2, 2006, U.S. consulate in Karachi, Pakistan
Suicide car bomber killed four, including a U.S. diplomate directly targeted by the assailants.

September 12, 2006, U.S. embassy in Damascus, Syria
Gunmen attacked embassy with grenades, automatic weapons, and a car bomb (though second truck bomb failed to detonate). One killed and 13 wounded.

January 12, 2007, U.S. embassy in Athens, Greece
A rocket-propelled grenade was fired at the embassy building. No one was injured.

July 9, 2008, U.S. consulate in Istanbul, Turkey
Armed men attacked consulate with pistols and shotguns. Three policemen killed.

March 18, 2008, U.S. embassy in Sana'a, Yemen
Mortar attack misses embassy, hits nearby girls' school instead.

September 17, 2008, U.S. embassy in Sana'a, Yemen
Militants dressed as policemen attacked the embassy with RPGs, rifles, grenades and car bombs. Six Yemeni soldiers and seven civilians were killed. Sixteen more were injured."

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Posted by red hiney monkey at November 5, 2012 03:01 PM
3. Mikeboyscout, How bout this:

Leterman: "Our ambassador and three others were killed in an attack on the consulate in Benghazi. Is that an act of war, Mr. President? Are we at war now? What happens here?"

Obama: "Here's what happened. Eh, eh... Y-y-you had a video that was released by somebody who lives here, sort of a shadowy character who -- who is an extremely offensive "

Posted by Gary at November 5, 2012 03:17 PM
4. Obama won't even call what happened at Ft. Hood a terrorist attack.

Posted by Gary at November 5, 2012 04:04 PM
5. The ST editorial is an outrageous example of lying by omission. The editorial focus exclusively on the involvement of the CIA's conduct to defend the consulate. It totally ignores the failure of the State Department and the White House roles and failures in dealing with the attack and murder of an ambassador and three others by Al Qaeda linked terrorists on 9/11.

The State Department is in charge of and responsible for security at embassies and consulates. The Defense department contributes Marines, the traditional guards of diplomatic offices. There were numerous forces including C130 gunships and special ops groups that could have been deployed almost immediately to defend the Consulate.

Obama is at the top of the chain of command for all Departments and the military. All of the cowardice he displayed and coverup to protect his reelection campaign are criminal. I he is reelected, there are ample grounds to impeach him for the Benghazi outrage and his failure to respond immediately.

The White House was receiving a live video feed from the consulate during the attack that occurred after months of lesser incidents and attacks leading up to 9/11/12. Their denial of the facts of the incident of nearly 3 weeks, then spin and more spin and diversions to cover up for Obama, Hilary, Panetta and their minions are visible and undeniable.

All of this was ignored by ST in its editorial. The editorial is journalistic malpractice at its worst.

Here is a link to the only major newspaper, the WSJ, that reliably reports the truth concerning the aftermath of the Benghazi tragedy that comprehensively analyzes the situation:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204712904578090612465153472.html?KEYWORDS=fog+of+benghazi

I cancelled my subscriptions to ST today because of its craven editorai.

Posted by Paddy at November 5, 2012 04:29 PM
6. Benghazi is an example of a failure of patriotism. The effort to demean the people in or CIA, State Department, and White House for the deaths of diplomats is below contempt.

Brave Americans need to take risks.

Posted by THE-Ave.US at November 5, 2012 05:25 PM
7. The talking heads guarding the inhabitants of Bullsh*t Mountain from rejoining the world of the sane just won't budge an inch will they? Fox News is a propaganda machine which dumbs down America by the day through disinformation and their slanted agendas. See their anchors spewing forth feces from their mouths in my visual homage to the network on my artist's blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-fox-news-scylla-guardian-of-bullsht.html

Posted by Brandt Hardin at November 5, 2012 05:29 PM
8. Brandt, your an artist? Fine. But do you 1) have anything to add to the subject of this thread or 2) anything to back up what you say?

Posted by RadioMattM at November 5, 2012 05:48 PM
9. Brandt, your an artist? Fine. But do you 1) have anything to add to the subject of this thread or 2) anything to back up what you say?

Posted by RadioMattM at November 5, 2012 05:48 PM
10. The Times editorial was absent on specifics. It lacks credibility because of that and its on them to back up their claims against Fox News. Fox did force the CIA to bring it out, but the Times admitted the CIA did it a week late as they were reticent to make the news.

Posted by KDS at November 5, 2012 07:07 PM
11. Jim, while I admire your diligence in flogging this non-story twice in one day (!) -- the day before Election Day, no less (!!) -- you really need to learn to read. This need is especially important if you continue to restrict yourself to editorials for your sources of news.

There is, by the way, nothing inherently wrong in publishing, or broadcasting, incomplete and possibly false accounts, as long as the reporters are honest about their uncertainty, and diligent about correcting errors, when they make them.

That's not what the Times' editorial accuses Faux Noise of doing, The claim is that Rupert's boys deliberately peddled a narrative they knew was misleading or worse, in order to force an admission from the CIA which could compromise the latter's sources of information. That's a far different thing from an honest attempt to bring information back from a war zone.

Posted by tensor at November 5, 2012 08:49 PM
12. Why isn't the WH telling us what happened? Pres. Obama even admitted to CBS that it wasn't a terrorist attack....to bad they "cut that out" of their interview.

What did he do? Where was he? Where's his super cool picture showing how strong he is?

Why didn't he protect the embassy? Why didn't Hillary tell him he should be? Why wouldn't he send help, when they had actionable intel on the ground and in the air?

Why is it a faulty CIA timeline is now being touted?

Fox did reporting and put out the news. CBS did and declined to disclose at the 1st release....after the 2nd debate (where O would have been seen as even more a petulant child and liar) and only did put out some until today. MSNBC stuck it's finger up it's collective sphincter and blamed Romney.

Posted by Dengle at November 5, 2012 09:51 PM
13. RHM RE: #2.

Just what is your point? That terrorists are out and about doing damage where they can? I don;t think surprises anyone (except maybe teh Obama Admnistration.)

I don't think you understand the argument at all. Suicide attacks are usually a surprise attack of a rather short time frame and have little to do with the Benghazi issue. The complaint is that requests for increased defense was made and ignored. I'm sure it was a judgement call, and maybe excusable. Intelligence was presented that showed the there was a threat, but that was not acted upon. That too could be a judgement call. Lots of threats are assessed and I doubt intelligence gets them all right. The bigger complaint was that the fight lasted 7 or so hours and we had available units in the area to send to the rescue and that was not done. That TOO was a judgement call, but one I hardly think is excusable. This was no suicide bomber, this was a sustained attack with time enough for a counter by US forces. None of your links are in any way similar and thus they are irrelevant to the issue.

Additionally, I don;t think any of them had a 2 week "blame a video" mis-information campaign after the attacks.

Posted by Eyago at November 5, 2012 11:24 PM
14. To the BSer@1: Talk about being dense... Guess you don't know how to use Google --

"And that is what we saw play out in the last two weeks, where a crude and disgusting video sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world. Now, I have made it clear that the United States government had nothing to do with this video, and I believe its message must be rejected by all who respect our common humanity. It is an insult not only to Muslims, but to America as well." - From The Washington Post's transcript of Obama's 9/25/2012 speech to the UN. I wonder which "outrage in the Muslim world" he's talking about when he specifically mentioned Chris Stevens being killed two weeks earlier. He doesn't give any other reasons for the "outrage".

Posted by It Takes a Village to Convene a Grand Jury at November 6, 2012 01:00 AM
15. Don't overlook the fact that help was available. Fighters could have been on the scene in an hour. A special forces team would have been available in three hours. Obama thought it was better to do nothing while good, loyal, and brave men died. To do something might have jeopardized his reelection narrative. I don't think other presidents, except for Carter, would have been so craven.

Posted by leslein at November 6, 2012 02:11 AM
16. A primary reason the President does not deserve reflection. On par with Watergate. A coverup designed to protect reelection prospects. Although in Watergate, no one died.

And that Mitt Romney is:

Calm and reasoned, not petulant.
Respectful, not mocking.
Diligent, not a playboy or star struck.
Responsible, not reckless.
A veteran, not an amateur.
Presidential, not dictatorial.

Proof, CBS is part of the Obama reelection team.

Posted by Jeff B. at November 6, 2012 02:20 AM
17. Mike BS @ 1:

Leftists hate Fox News for one reason; and that is that Fox is the only network that stands for truth. The leftist media has chained itself to the lie that is Barack Obama, and as a result will not reveal (or even discuss) his cowardly and traitorous (in)actions during the terrorist attacks on our Benghazi consulate.

Spin your lies somewhere else, Mike BS.

"A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who speaks lies will not escape." Proverbs 19:5

Posted by Saltherring at November 6, 2012 06:45 AM
18. So, MBS, I quoted for you where the President blamed a video for the Benghazi attack. Are you pleased that you've been informed about this, since you claimed he had never said it? So, now you know that the President lied about it. Does that matter to you?

Posted by Gary at November 6, 2012 08:28 AM
19. The WH is full of a bunch of lying liars who lie. Standard fair for the Democrat party these days. When you can't defend your record, then just lie, defame and attempt to ostracize your opponent. Is it a gutless tactic? Certainly is, but one the Democrat party and the brain dead apparatchicks who support it will practice on a daily basis from now until eternity.

Posted by Rick D. at November 6, 2012 09:17 AM
20. Rick D. @ 19:

The lying left could never get away with their lies without the full cooperation of the scumbag media. How do any of them sleep at night?

Posted by Saltherring at November 6, 2012 03:46 PM
21. Democrats never, ever care about our men and women serving our country overseas. They only care in so far as trying (and failing) to buy military and LEO votes with social spending. If our Diplomats and Soldiers get attacked by the howling savages every Liberal identifies with "the religion of peeeace", then too bad for our people. To Liberals, our people are a few eggs that need to be broken in order to make barack mugabe's omelet.
The leftist mobs hate Fox because it's successful and gaining audience share while the Liberal propaganda organs are failing.

Posted by Attila at November 6, 2012 04:55 PM
22. Brandt, Benghazi reflects a total lack of leadership. If you link that with a lack of patriotism, I agree because they go hand in hand.

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24. Benghazi was an intelligence failure and a communications failure, but that's it.

And guess what, y'all just essentially lost the nafional AND the state election. DEAL with it!

Posted by progressive at November 6, 2012 09:19 PM
25. Benghazi was an intelligence failure and a communications failure, but that's it.

And guess what, y'all just essentially lost the nafional AND the state election. DEAL with it!

Posted by progressive at November 6, 2012 09:20 PM
26. .
Jim,
Can you please do a post about the election results and what it tells us about the Republican polocies?

Also, it would be great to hear from puffed ability the trouncing of Koster.

Posted by mike at November 6, 2012 10:56 PM
27. Also, it would be great to hear from puffed ability the trouncing of Koster.

I think you just did, mike. Stupid is as stupid does, and King county, WA never fails to deliver that reality.

Posted by Rick D. at November 6, 2012 11:27 PM
28. This blog bills itself as "Sound Commentary on Current Events in Seattle, Puget Sound and Washington State" but has had almost nothing to say about any of the state races, let alone anything that isn't totally predictable. (That's why I'm writing this in an unrelated thread about old news halfway around the world.)

The comment threads lack any real debate as the few serious commenters (on both sides) got tired of all the name-calling and similar elementary school behavior.

I'm not writing this because I disagree with SP's politics or because your side lost big tonight. The right still has ideas worth discussing. But it's not happening here.

Posted by Bruce at November 6, 2012 11:31 PM
29. Bruce - The right still has ideas worth discussing.

Name me one.

Posted by SmoledMan at November 7, 2012 01:00 AM
30.
In six weeks, it will all be over and you can get on with the serious work of figuring out who to blame.

We already know who's to blame for the mess we're in, scottd. Barack Obama and his failed policies over the past 4 years. That's why Romney will win in November and the people send the OJT president (that was never qualified for the position in the first place) packing back to Chicago's southside where he belongs. It's really simple- substance over style.

Posted by: Rick D. on September 27, 2012 09:18 AM

Back early from the victory celebration, Rick? How'd it go?

Posted by scottd at November 7, 2012 04:10 AM
31. Back early from the victory celebration, Rick?

What celebration? I didn't lose last night, nor did the Republican party, scottd. The real loser last night was the United States of America, whom chose to re-elect an incompetent President based solely on his skin color. I can't help stupid people make the right decsions, that's something they have to work out on their own.

Posted by Rick D. at November 7, 2012 06:23 AM
32. I didn't lose last night, nor did the Republican party, scottd.

That's brilliant, Rick. I may not be as smart as you, but at least I know that getting fewer votes than your opponent means you lost.

Posted by scottd at November 7, 2012 06:38 AM
33. .
@31 = Bitter Wingnut Tears


Thanks scottd ;-)

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Posted by Moncler Jackets Outlet at November 7, 2012 07:10 AM
35. Cant you all see...it's not the election that was of prime importance last night, it was the fact that 'The Voice' was pre-emted in its definition and replaced by the 'voice' of the people that should raise so much concern. :)
My over-riding question is seriously: can we be absolutely certain of the authenticity of the vote count when there are so very many reports of votes out-numbering voters in a multitude of precincts across our land. We're the land of high tech and innovation...can't we improve this accounting.

Posted by Duffman at November 7, 2012 08:02 AM
36. @35 Duffman,

Get a grip man.

Posted by MikeBoyScout at November 7, 2012 08:47 AM
37. Wow. I came here hoping to see some discussion. Why is the last thread posted at 1pm yesterday? Did everyone pack and leave for Canada already?

Posted by Charlie at November 7, 2012 09:59 AM
38. Possible UPside of this result is that it has apparently spurred gun sales. :)

Posted by Duffman at November 7, 2012 10:06 AM
39. MBS

Ironically, bitter wingnut tears taste the sweetest.

Posted by Wayne at November 7, 2012 11:01 AM
40. "Bitter Wingnut Tears" - that's a great name for a cocktail! Will have to work on the recipe for that - hopefully in time for Hillary's election in 2016.

I came here to gloat...but, Gawd, it's pathetic around here.
Do you people have no self-respect? There's no post on the front page earlier than Nov 5?!!
We just had a huge election, with all sorts of political and policy implications, and you guys can't manage to even discuss?
I guess this is a reflection of the state of right-wing 'thought' at this point - bankrupt.

Do y'all suppose pudge is at home sparking a splif to make it all go away?

Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 7, 2012 11:55 AM
41. "Bitter Wingnut Tears" - that's a great name for a cocktail! Will have to work on the recipe for that - hopefully in time for Hillary's election in 2016.

I came here to gloat...but, Gawd, it's pathetic around here.
Do you people have no self-respect? There's no post on the front page earlier than Nov 5?!!
We just had a huge election, with all sorts of political and policy implications, and you guys can't manage to even discuss?
I guess this is a reflection of the state of right-wing 'thought' at this point - bankrupt.

Do y'all suppose pudge is at home sparking a splif to make it all go away?

Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 7, 2012 11:55 AM
42. Sorry for the double post - the comment window seems really laggy - is your server in mourning, too?

Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 7, 2012 11:56 AM
43. #40, #41 Why are you lying?

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Posted by Moncler Jackets at November 7, 2012 12:09 PM
45. It's awfully quiet over here. Is anyone besides Ricky D. still alive?

Posted by Roger Rabbit at November 7, 2012 01:20 PM
46. Be careful what you vote for, leftist fools. Yesterday you voted for a government:

that rewards the lazy and slothful in deference to those who sacrifice, create jobs and produce.

that will soon run out of money to borrow, leaving you without all the free stuff you traded your liberties for.

that has chosen to leave our borders and embassies (and soon our cities) unprotected and undefended, opening the door to violent and evil enemies.

that has chosen to abandon our long-time allies in deference to those who have sworn to kill every American.

who has offered little or no assistance to those suffering from the effects of hurricane Sandy. What will they offer when the "big one" flattens Seattle? Don't hold your breath.

that has cut oil and gas drilling permits on private land by 50% and refuses to drill for America's bountiful energy reserves on public lands, leaving us dependent on those who would kill us. $6-$10 gas, here we come.

that continues to sanction the murder of helpless, unborn children. Only a society without shame would promote such evil.

You have also voted to:

legalize a worthless substance, ensuring we will have even more lazy, stupid, zoned-out people to take care of.

allow sodomite queers "marry" each other, mocking God and natural law.

I believe this country...and particularly Washington State...to be under the hand of God's judgement. A worthless, wicked and ungrateful majority of our people reaffirmed yesterday what they value. Mockers and scoffers beware: There will be hell to pay.

Posted by Saltherring at November 7, 2012 01:48 PM
47. that has chosen to leave our borders and embassies (and soon our cities) unprotected and undefended, opening the door to violent and evil enemies.

You mean like what happened on 9/11/2001, when Bush allowed bin Laden to kill thousands of Americans, while he read "My Pet Goat"?

That kind of failure?

Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 7, 2012 01:59 PM
48. You cant even muster up some enthusiasm for Timmeh's initiatives??

Posted by Charlie at November 7, 2012 02:22 PM
49. Adding to 46:

Oddly, I am not in despair. Disappointed, yes, but determined more than anything.

The note I sent to an uncle and pal this morning was as thus:

Congratulations, your guy won
And the best man lost.

I know that I will endure the economic suffering coming under Obama2 (We already are having lost nearly 20% in our investments before we woke up and the company D works for HAD a $400,000 order in hand to begin manufacturing if Romney won and to tear up if he lost), my conscious is clear that I am not the cause of it.

One thing I will do, IF the markets settle down and attempt to recover before the end of the year, is withdraw ALL our investment money from the market. I would rather pay 15% now than risk the near certainty of having to pay double that when we need the money... which at our age, we surely do/will. Frankly, I am scared to death about our personal economic future. At our age, mine and hubby's, do we have 4 more years to provide a more secure future for the time we have left, especially if we have a lot of time left? Nope.

I'll continue to pray for this country and for the souls of those who chose temporal pleasures and promises rather than God's way, the Constitution and sound, proven economic principles. I believe in my country and will fight harder against a government that fight me and stands against everything I believe in.
Love, C

I have no illusion that Obama and Reid will work with the House, nor that they will accept responsibility for the destruction happening on their watch. There was a cartoon going around wondering who Obama will blame if he wins. Great question.


Someone I love and someone of whom I'm extraordinary proud is the "unexpected guest" in this Unexpected Guest Post...

What struck me beyond the message and my pride in the author was a recurring theme in the comments regarding charity.

My sister responded to the 'victory speech at Huffpo:

Yes, Obama and the Liberals won. You now OWN IT ALL. You can take the country down the road to Greece, Italy, France, etc. We will let you. We will not stand in your way. You can live and die on your Keynesian economics while ambassadors and border agents are murdered, citizens in the northeast are still without power from Katrina -- I mean Sandy -- and with a Noreaster barreling through the region again and violent crime continues to increase - particularly in Chicago. Yes, let's see what you and big government can do to help all the victims left in the wake of the policies and calamities of the last 4 years.. maybe if we're lucky, you'll make a movie about it.

Perhaps Atlas has shrugged. I really don't know, but if so, I don't blame him.

Now, I'm going to make a prediction: a few weeks ago, when Americans were killed in Benghazi, Hillary Clinton threw herself under Obama's bus. I expect she did so for a price. Since that time, Joe Biden has been increasingly and alarmingly erratic. My prediction is that soon after inauguration, Joe Biden will retire for "health reasons" and Obama will appoint Hillary, thus setting her up for 2016 as her reward for Libya.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at November 7, 2012 02:34 PM
50. Dr. Liberal,

You can read what Richard Clarke, Bill Clinton's terror czar, said could have been done by the Bush Administration to prevent 9/11 from happening:

GORTON: Now, since my yellow light is on, at this point my final question will be this: Assuming that the recommendations that you made on January 25th of 2001, based on Delenda, based on Blue Sky, including aid to the Northern Alliance, which had been an agenda item at this point for two and a half years without any action, assuming that there had been more Predator reconnaissance missions, assuming that that had all been adopted say on January 26th, year 2001, is there the remotest chance that it would have prevented 9/11?

CLARKE: No.

Sorry to burst your little liberal bubble - but 9/11 can be laid DIRECTLY at the feet of the Clinton Administration and its intelligence failures. Per the Clinton Administration Czar directly in charge of that very thing.

Posted by Shanghai Dan at November 7, 2012 02:39 PM
51. When Obama gets done replacing Spremes, it won't much matter who the figurehead of this country is - they will have their way. This will be an interesting four years to say the least.

Posted by Duffman at November 7, 2012 02:45 PM
52. I came here to gloat...but, Gawd, it's pathetic around here.
Do you people have no self-respect? There's no post on the front page earlier than Nov 5?!!
We just had a huge election, with all sorts of political and policy implications, and you guys can't manage to even discuss?
I guess this is a reflection of the state of right-wing 'thought' at this point - bankrupt.

Do y'all suppose pudge is at home sparking a splif to make it all go away?
Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 7, 2012 11:55 AM

Dear Jerk, screw you. You DO REALIZE that most here have JOBS and the writing for SP is extracurricular, don't you? Since you are so disappointed there is not one to who to gloat, start your own blog and gloat away. Perhaps your very first post can be an explanation of why liberals are such ungracious winners.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at November 7, 2012 03:21 PM
53. Good posts, Ragnar, Dan and Duffman. I too am not in despair, although I grieve for my country and for those who have sacrificed investments, savings accounts, home equities and jobs so career welfare bums and illegal aliens could have flatscreen televisions, the latest cell phones, welfare fraud debit cards and the best medical care in the world...all paid for by someone else's hard work and sacrifice. Enjoy your second 4-year party...only don't count on us footing the bill much longer.

Signed,
Atlas

Posted by Saltherring at November 7, 2012 03:48 PM
54. Dear Jerk, screw you.

Awwww....somebody has their fee-fees hurt?

...why liberals are such ungracious winners.

Well, Ragnar (heh), perhaps I'm behaving in the style of John Galt...I'm a winner, my people are winners, and we're proud. We refuse to be brought down by all you slackers and takers.

How can an Objectivist, with a straight face and any shred of dignity, complaint about 'ungracious winners'?

You are a parody of yourself.

Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 7, 2012 05:36 PM
55. Enjoy your conquest, Dr. And when $1.3T in annual deficits come crashing down on you and your "leaders", they probably shouldn't bother calling Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, as I doubt they'll be answering the phone.

Posted by Saltherring at November 7, 2012 09:34 PM
56. they probably shouldn't bother calling Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, as I doubt they'll be answering the phone.

*snort*

*guffaw*

Wow, you sure have an inflated sense of the importance of Geckko and Galt, don't you?

Both grifters, Mittster is an uninspired and not too smart rich kid who got richer by ruining other peoples' companies and picking their bones clean - an anti-producer, if you will. And young Eddie Munster, um, Paul Ryan, is the 'intellectual leader' of the Republican party whose math does not add up and who has never had a non-government job since he left McDonald's as a teenager.

Some heroes you got there, salty.

Posted by Dr. Liberal at November 8, 2012 10:00 PM