Susan Rice isn't paid enough

By Tom Quiner

Whenever I see Susan Rice on the television anymore, I brace myself for a snow job.

SUSAN RICE: "I really, really mean what I'm saying (wink)"

SUSAN RICE: “I really, really mean what I’m saying (wink)”

She famously went on every talking head show around after Benghazi and with straight face blamed American deaths on an anti-Muslim film.
Like a Tony Award winning actress, she delivered her lines with consistency and conviction.
I believed her.
Turns out it was all a con.
She was trotted out once again to tout the president’s grand efforts to secure the release of Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for not one, not two, not three, not four, but five terrorists.
In another epic overstatement, let’s call it a ‘Ricerroneus,’ the national security advisor described Mr. Bergdahl as serving his nation “with honor and distinction.”
Evidence both before and after his release suggests otherwise.
In fairness to Ms. Rice, I think she was told to say what she said, and may have actually believed what she was saying at the time. Her puppet masters knew better.
Poor Susan Rice. You can’t help to brace yourself for another whopper of a story when a mic is put in front of her.
She can’t be paid enough for the way she is forced to humiliate herself on her job.


  1. abcinsc on June 4, 2014 at 11:57 am

    You are too kind. She should sent to Guantanamo as a liar, deceiver and enemy of the truth. She is a domestic terrorist operating in the realm of people’s minds. Now let me see; who also fits that description?

    • quinersdiner on June 4, 2014 at 12:02 pm

      I’m trying to give her the benefit of the doubt. That’s pretty tough to do with her boss.

      • abcinsc on June 4, 2014 at 3:10 pm

        Are you referring to the “Father of Lies” or the son of the “Father of Lies?” Or perhaps members of his minions?

        • quinersdiner on June 4, 2014 at 3:23 pm

          Hmmm, I’ll let you interpret it any way you’d like. 🙂