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"If you don't know what happened, just say you don't know what happened. People can push you to give explanations and you can say I don't want to give bad information. Here's what I can tell you -- the American people got bad information on the 16th of September, they got bad information from President Obama days after, and the question is, should they have been giving the information at all? If you can do nothing but give bad information, isn't it better to give no information at all?"
Good grief; the tie yourself up in knots double whine with a twist
All that you can hear here is, but, but, but can we have it anyway we please?
Dear god and these people are meant to be part of the greatest deliberative body on the planet?
I've heard better rhetoric on the Sunday School playground.
Do they ever think before they speak, or is it a preexisting condition of complete blather?
There was no way in heaven or earth that they were going to be satisfied but surely they could have got some of their staff to write a better script than that?
The final outstanding piece of contemplation offered by Sen. Ayotte
"had many more questions that need to be answered."
Brilliant, I wonder what they talked about in the meeting, perhaps next time they take the cotton wool out of their ears.
I'm in complete awe that they came out and managed to say nothing at all in a completely non intelligent way.
Makes me feel so warm inside that these people have such power.
But, but, but Obama, is all that is needed in Republican circles, or maybe they need a reboot?