Thursday, November 29, 2012

On Benghazi: The Lies Are Not Acceptable. Period.

PPPS (Littleton)—In lieu of our own editorial comment on the sordid Benghazi, Libya murders and the cover up by the Obama Administration, we decided to share a comment from one of our readers and frequent contributors, Citizen Pete.

Pete shared with us this comment he posted on the web site of The Telegraph, a UK newspaper, regarding this article by Nile Gardner:  The White House’s Benghazi bungling is proving a disaster

Pete's comments and link to a previous PPPS article about the Bridge to Nowhere Tea Party, sum things up fairly succinctly,as does Pete's photo:

Look, they (Clinton, Rice, Carney, Obama) lied to the American people about the Benghazi murders for political reasons and that is not acceptable. Period.
Any observing/thinking American knows it. Those who say otherwise are:
1) part of the Administration or Democratic party;
2) part of the mainstream media (but I repeat myself);
3) uninformed or incapable of simple, practical reasoning;
4) willfully in denial; or
5) have some other agenda for which their ends are met by denying the truth.
They lied from the very beginning of this event and they are lying about it now.
The purpose was/is to cover up their incompetence in security, in policy, in reaction, and even in the cover up, and, most importantly, to defuse, delay and distract to prevent this issue from impacting the President's reelection. They succeeded in that goal.
It is up to the citizens of our country to tell them that their actions are unacceptable. In Colorado we posted this message prior to the election and will again after the election.

Related Posts: 
September 12, 2012Clinton Speech on Libya Murders Omits the Word "Freedom"
September 27, 2012:  Pundit Pete Opines on Libya Consulate Murders

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Could Gaza Cease-Fire Lead to Two-State Solution?

PPPS (Cairo)—Could there finally be some encouraging news emerging out of the Middle East?

Based upon exclusive interviews with Arab diplomats by our own Middle East correspondent, Palestinian Pete, there appears to be a consensus forming that the recent cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas ending Israel's aggressive actions in Gaza could lead to a final two-state solution.

Thanks to the courageous efforts by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to broker the deal, there is now a possibility for a permanent peace agreement.

Palestinian Pete has learned that the Clinton/Morsi talks went well beyond the topic of a temporary cease-fire, and included the drawing up of permanent two-state boundaries.

Two-State Solution Proposed by Secretary Clinton

Through unnamed contacts closely involved in the negotiations Palestinian Pete was able to obtain near-final maps presented by negotiators on each side.

Two-State Solution Proposed by President Morsi

It is clear from an examination of the maps, that with only some minor boundary adjustments, a two-state solution is clearly possible.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Some Thanksgiving Day Observations

PPPS (Littleton)—We thought we would share just a few Thanksgiving Day observations tweeted by our staff yesterday.

On Thanksgiving Holiday:

Learned that President Lincoln designated Thanksgiving as a national holiday in the midst of personal grief and a civil war. If he found things to be thankful for, we certainly can too. Thank you Lord for your many blessings.
Michael Medved's late evening radio show reading about the history of the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving was great. Learned a lot.

On Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade:

Enjoyed Parade. Liked Aflac Duck. Not sure about NBC's last-minute designation of UN Ambassador Susan Rice as Grand Marshall.
Really liked marching bands. Learned a lot about our culture. But having a Mr. and Mr. Claus at the end was a bit over the top.

On Football:

Tebow! Tebow! Tebow!
Fumbles are Fun. So are Missed Field Goals.

On Family:

We love it when our kids call. Sometimes wish they weren't so far away.
Met some Conservatives from Wisconsin. It was a wonderful thing. Learned about a guy named Paul Ryan, cold weather and cheese.
Thanks Debbie and Kevin, the Estes Park Crew, and the Fort Collins Contingent. We greatly enjoyed your company. God bless you all.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving

PPPS (Littleton)—To all our loyal readers:


Happy Thanksgiving

God Bless You All

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Obama Wins - As Predicted

PPPS (Littleton)—As projected by the Pundit Pete Press Service on September 29 (PPPS was the first major news organization to call the election), President Obama won reelection last night. Our Final Exit polling indicates that he won heavily among Deceased Voters, which ultimately put him over the top.

We certainly don't want to over emphasize the Dead Vote, since enough breathing Americans fought back and made the election close. But there is a certain pall hanging over America today. So much so that two of our loyal readers and sometimes contributors, Patriot Pete and Citizen Pete, both tweeted this message this morning:

It's mourning in America.

Keep your chins up and keep fighting. As Patriot Pete once wrote:

"They have awakened us. We will not give up and we will not go away.  We will stand firm until their power has passed."