There's dumb, there's stupid, and then there's insane.
Threatening the man who was behind the original investigation of Watergate for reporting something that is absolutely true and in fact irrefutable falls into the latter category.
(CNN) - Veteran journalist Bob Woodward said Wednesday he was threatened by a senior Obama administration official following his reporting on the White House's handling of the forced federal spending cuts set to take effect on Friday.
"They're not happy at all," he said on CNN's "The Situation Room," adding that an e-mail from a senior administration official - who he would not name - communicated a message which caused him great concern.
This is going to be great fun to watch.
One thing is crystal-clear: Obama and his minons are losing on the sequester and losing on the facts. This was his deal -- his proposal, his idea, his deal.
The White House is roaring*****ed, incidentally, due to one of two reasons and we will soon find out which it is:
Either way the next thing that should happen is that this clown-cum-"President" should be impeached as incompetent, intentionally attempting to destroy The United States, or both.
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