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May 2nd, 2013
03:03 PM ET

"Piers Morgan Live, Rewind": Updates on the Boston bombing investigation as 3 new suspects are detained

Whether you fell asleep early, stayed out too late, or simply want to watch it again, we realize it's not always possible to get your entire "Piers Morgan Live" fix from television. As an answer to this, we offer the below labor of love – "Piers Morgan Live, Rewind" – dedicated and designed to getting you caught up and connected to the conversation.

  • Bill Bratton on the investigation: "Today was a moment of clarification"

Following Wednesday's news of the arrest of three new suspects in relation to the Boston bombing investigation, "Piers Morgan Live" spoke to former Boston police commissioner Bill Bratton who shared his thoughts on the new developments.

"Today was a moment of clarification," said Bratton about the case. "We had three additional suspects now coming into the picture after the fact."

"We will learn more, certainly, as the investigation goes forward," continued Bratton. "But right now we have to deal with the clarification that we received today, which had a lot of detail."

  • Mike Mukasey on the 3 suspects: "They acted fairly deliberately"

Also on the program, former attorney general Mike Mukasey added his thoughts on the culpability of the 3 suspects saying, "They acted fairly deliberately. I think they knew from their - from their roommate what the nature was of the material that they were trying to dispose of."

"Oddly, they picked a backpack that contained the remains of some fireworks," noted Mukasey. "They picked a computer. They picked Vaseline. Now, I don't know whether Vaseline is or is not involved in bombmaking. If it is, that, of course, makes it yet more sinister."

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  1. fightthecorrupt

    Michael Mukasey interviewed but Miranda was never broached. Explanation?

    May 2, 2013 at 9:13 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      Three choices:
      (1) Piers is uninformed as to the issue of the government betraying the nation;
      (2) Piers staff is also uninformed or did not brief Piers;
      (3) Piers elected to keep Mukasey's strong opinions on the irrelevance of Miranda in this case, from the CNN viewership.

      May 7, 2013 at 3:33 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. fightthecorrupt

    What would we know if the questioning of suspect 2 in the hospital was not stopped by the Miranda warning initiated by request of the DoJ (and not the magistrate who does not act without an attorney setting her in action)? Magistrate and prosecutor need to be interviewed by the FBI (or the House committee that should be set up to investigate the debacles mounting in this terror act) to see who was the catalyst for the speedy Miranda attack.

    May 2, 2013 at 9:18 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      This is a betrayal suggested by Mukasey to be from the highest levels of the DoJ, Holder, and I will suggest after talking to the resigned Jan 2008 Illinois lawyer (due to an ongoing ethics proceeding) our POTUS 44 who concurred in protecting the Islamic terrorist suspect 2 from questioning irrespectic of the irreparable loss to American intelligence.

      Self-radicalized but taking a half year sabatical to confer with other Islamic jihadists in the Russia corner for Islamic jiahadists. After learning of the Russian trip, which was near immediately, POTUS 44, CNN and all the other media sources tried the big (and absurd) lie of repeating over and over again...self-radicalized (so not BHO's fault that the man was not investigated for how could USA know, duh, i know how).

      May 7, 2013 at 3:40 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. fightthecorrupt

    The interview with the family of the PA woman living with homeless was sweet and endearing.

    However why have it, if Piers refuses to act like a competent interviewer? More may come out and Piers interview will be not any part of that more.

    May 2, 2013 at 9:38 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  4. fightthecorrupt

    Come to the south Piers and see the hunting photos in the sports sections with kid under 10 bagging turkeys, deer and other sorts of game, male and female. My father was named for a hunter who hunted on our farmland, who ran one of the largest business in the northeast of its kind at the time. That is southern America and it has its problems but five year olds buying guns at stores is not one of them. (I would never hunt as it is not my way of life.)

    May 2, 2013 at 9:41 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • la dee da

      Sooo what! sure its ok for everyone to leave their guns loaded, lying around the house in plain sight....REDNECK

      May 4, 2013 at 11:54 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        Weapons of any sort should always be properly secure from children, but that is not what is at issue and that was the use of weapons by children in hunting which seems to be the norm in the rural South in the past and to the present.

        May 5, 2013 at 12:00 am | Report abuse |
  5. fightthecorrupt

    The kids are mainly male but more than a few females have bagged game and made the paper with their first.

    May 2, 2013 at 9:42 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  6. fightthecorrupt

    We should remove automobiles from those who run over kids when backing up, but since they are few and far between we must do it with all adults and switch to non-motorized bikes and Segways.

    May 2, 2013 at 9:45 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • just wondering

      You sound like the type of person who would let his infant teeth on a hand gun! well would ya! would your kid be cooler if that gun was loaded? keep up your fight, loser..

      May 4, 2013 at 11:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        It would appear that you lack the capability to discuss dangerous instrumentalities in any other way but by the wekest methodology as in ad hominen attacks. There are many foolish acts by adults, not just the ones having to do with weapons.

        May 5, 2013 at 12:04 am | Report abuse |
    • Confucius Say...

      Or install sensory equipment round the back,O Pious One.

      May 5, 2013 at 7:09 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  7. Here Be Dragons

    Sheesh!

    A WHOLE PAGE of him!

    Compares Benghazi with The Alamo,and doubtless Hillary Clinton is General Custer!

    May 3, 2013 at 9:01 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • The Revenant General Custard

      It's a smorgasbord of subjects with a dearth of responses!

      A pie of piety!

      fightcorrupter,FIND ANOTHER BLOG!

      May 3, 2013 at 10:22 am | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        You guys are dealing with other pages. As to the Alamo, they hoped for reinforcements but the numbers and logistics were not there. As for Benghazi, those of us not restrained by watching only CNN know that a crack 40 man assault team was assembled at the very time of the first attack, but the White House let the Benghazi folks dangle with no help coming. It now appears one or both of the two Seals disobeyed orders and came to the scene from Tripoli where both Seals fought at the safe house (not the non-consulate which was guarded if you have warped view by the Islamist militia paid and the other one which attacked). We betrayed Benghazi. We who betrayed Benghazi should have been impeached (as posted at Youtube for Clinton) and should be next for her boss.

        May 3, 2013 at 10:42 am | Report abuse |
    • fightthecorrupt

      Thanks to you guys. or is it just one person, the truth about Benghazi is finally being shown on CNN, with the minor exception of Erin Burnett who did cover it a little bit. Watergate was a third rate burglary covered up by lies with no deaths or injuries. Benghazi was a betrayal of all that America honors, with four killed and unknown number wounded to an unknown extent (this being eight months later and the coverup includes all of these folks even as to US Congress).

      America needs an honest government not a contemptible cowardly contumacious as to its duties kind.

      May 3, 2013 at 10:47 am | Report abuse | Reply
      • To the know it all who knows nothing

        Out of all the Embasy's in Africa, the Middle East, etc ( and during the Arab spring new era) you think they could know exactly what time and day an attack was going to happen. its a dangerous task that descent ambassadors take who really care about the people their trying to help.

        May 5, 2013 at 12:02 am | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        There was only one non-consulate building that had been stripped of security while armed Ilsamic and jihadist and ill-defined militias were in contol of the town attacking wester targets when the mood struck.

        Also the date was 9-11 twelve years later. Who gave the order to send home the free DoD-paid crack 16 man military team? It was not started at Charlene Lamb who took the fall in public and tehn was promoted to a better slot.

        May 5, 2013 at 12:09 am | Report abuse |
  8. Here Be Dragons

    And you'll be President,right?

    {sm could be First Lady)

    May 3, 2013 at 6:12 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • to: here be dragons

      Come out of your tinkerbell and pixie Fantasy world. You want so badly to play the Hero dont you!

      May 5, 2013 at 12:06 am | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        A better role that the role currently being played by Here Be Dragons of the village idiot.

        May 5, 2013 at 12:11 am | Report abuse |
      • Here Be Dragons

        Idiot?YOU,Mr Fightcorrupter,think the Alamo is analogous with Benghazi?

        Did the cow jump over the moon?

        Should you find another blog?

        (Evening,First Lady,glad to see you two getting along:La Pierre gunning for Piers,next week interesting...)

        May 5, 2013 at 8:36 am | Report abuse |
      • Hero Be Dragons

        Fightcorrupter's gonna the Doldrums...

        May 5, 2013 at 10:25 am | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        Actually the differences between the Alamo and Benghazi are much greater than the similarities. The Alamo was poorly defensible but met the standard of the day better than the non-consulate which not only was poorly built and was known not to qualify as a rreal consulate but the Secretary of State forced the defenders to leave the country despite the enemy walking the streets of Benghazi with their weapons 24/7 at will. Had Clinton sent home the staffers then Ambassador Stephens would not have visited the stripped of defenders (other than a Benghazi militia which melted away when another Benghazi militia suggested the time was nigh) in America military uniforms and even reduced the limited security teams of the Department of State. Instead for unknown reasons the staffers were kept and Ambassador Christopher Stephens visited on 9-11 (for unknown reasons drawn to Benghazi on that date) and the attack by one or more Benghazi Libyan militias was unstoppable by the defense left and even special ops folks from Tripoli (who disobeyed orders to stand down) were unable to avoid the outcome of four dead Americans, two brave DoS folks and two heroic former Navy Seals.

        May 5, 2013 at 11:06 am | Report abuse |
    • Here Be Dragons

      It's hard to accept someone as decent as Hillary Clinton would be complicit in any skulduggery re the death of an honorable,well respected man;also I saw footage on the runway when he arrived home to be laid to rest in America:palpable grief,are you implying that's fake 'cos I'm only illustrating why that's hard to swallow?

      Guess you're sticking around,are you?Well,you've taken a lot on the chin(VERY polite)–welcome to the family,just have to put up with Her bad spelling...

      May 5, 2013 at 5:23 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        The claims made by the men at the Department of State against your sweet Hillary will show the monster that this ultimate evil politician is and still with all this showing, the electorate will still vote for her given the absurd opportunity.

        May 7, 2013 at 5:26 pm | Report abuse |
  9. President Fightcorrupter And First Lady sm Who Can't Spell Her Own Name S-I-N-G-L-E...

    Here Be Dragons~Hydra.

    May 5, 2013 at 9:04 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      Hillary is the one who wants to ride her brilliance at stripping Benghazi of all military security to the Presidency.

      May 5, 2013 at 11:12 am | Report abuse | Reply
  10. Here Be Dragons

    So you're not voting for Hillary,then?

    (Vote sm!Have 2 tech hir Inglish thirst...)

    May 5, 2013 at 12:19 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      After Benghazi is fully exposed, nobody will be voting for Hillary. Starting Wednesday at the hearing with the whistleblowers, some of the truth of that long ago (Jay Carney's problematic claiim) and well-covered up day of infamy and summer before that of perfidy and months after that of denial and stonewalling will be revealed. If it is more than a wee bit, POTUS44 had best hold onto his throne super-tightly & Hillary better seek a face transplant and a name change.

      May 5, 2013 at 12:25 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • Here Be Dragons

        Fully exposed?I wasn't aware there was some massive investigation into any potential skulduggery,and given there's been Boston and Al-Qaeda back on the prowl surely there's other fish to fry?

        This a big deal to you,right?

        Why?

        May 5, 2013 at 5:28 pm | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        CNN's main talking heads have abdicated their prime-time lead on what is happening.

        Wednesday wiill be the start of hearings which alone are not enough as hearings are obfuscated by Obama/Clinton protectors, the Democans on the committee, and clumsy questioners, most all the Republicans on the committee. There is some claim that they will be better organized but that is relative.

        The main guy in Tripoli, said the last thing reported by Ambassador Stephens was not that the demonstration existed, but that we are under attack. Then this report sent to DoS Washington became Susan Rice saying that it was no attack but merely angry demonstrators who did it (armed with mortars, RPG's and assault weapons and set up for a military assault on a barely defended (the heavyweights military top guns were sent away over protest of Col. Andrew Woods their commander).

        Impeachment and conviction is not enough as criminal charges appear relevant to be discussed. Yes judges from the bench who act without good faith can be convicted (and that is campaign) as can a Secretary of State and even a President who abandoned his personnel as appears to have been done here. It depends on the facts as yet unknown.

        May 5, 2013 at 5:51 pm | Report abuse |
      • shepherdgregory

        Infamy?Perfidy?Sounds like something James would say about The Gunpowder Plot!

        And 'a wee bit'?Not Scottish,are you?

        I can see you've got a bee in your bonnet about this,and I commend you for your decorum(there's one guy on here who's
        aggressive in just about every comment–hello Jason).

        Especially with the NRA sticking it to Piers,you can expect the coming week to be pretty volatile,and I doubt Benghazi is
        gonna get much of a mention,and you should engage with other things too;I'm here 'cos of Sandy Hook,Dunblane II,we
        went left,you've gone right,and I'm concerned:wet footprints in Edinburgh corridors about as serious as it gets;AR-15's
        selling like hotcakes with you(not New York which ABSOLUTELY GETS IT);somebody on here[cr]claims Thomas Hamilton
        used handguns,and continually depicts the UK as undeveloped and violent(and its just hosted the Olympic Games and Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee–that woman can put a red pen through any piece of Parliamentary legislation she likes,no
        questions asked,THAT's power!).

        Thomas Hamilton used an Uzi.

        Thirty-five Candles.

        'The flowers o' the forest are a' wede awa'...'

        Traditional,1513.

        May 5, 2013 at 7:29 pm | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        I am not NRA nor AARP each of which have become corrupt organizations with their own specific agendas.

        The solutions are to remove all the politicians from eligibility and start anew. These men and women are on the whole compromised by their war chests and the sources of them.

        Banana clips, military clips of 20 rounds and so forth could be restricted but it would not solve all that happened in Phoenix, Aurora and Newtown. Jared Loughner committable in my home state yet just pushed off campus of his community college; James Holmes committable in my home state and arrestable in another state I know but sheltered by his college therapist and pushed off campus by the administration; Adam Lanza with unknown mental and psychological problems but now known to have been viewing gruesome photos of dead bodies according to e-mails two weeks before his action from his mother to her friends.

        I see a pattern: yet not a word of this in the proposed congressional bill.

        May 5, 2013 at 7:59 pm | Report abuse |
  11. fightthecorrupt

    FOX has been covering the four, so far but more can be expected if they dare to risk all as to their future, whistleblowers and the other networks have kept their posture of heads in the sand as:
    What difference does it make (Hillary Clinton)
    It was a long time ago (Jay Carney)
    and CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC and CBS are three (they do not add up to that much) monkeys of Nikko.

    It is a travesty of failures of journalists to do their job and cease their politically correct inactions.

    May 5, 2013 at 5:55 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      Chris Matthews on his weekend show had the Benghazi hearings mentioned at the end with David Ignatius making it clear that it was a serious undertaking, but otherwise it was ignored on the show and only discussed at the ending segment in passing, so that it would not be totally omitted one participant indicated.

      May 5, 2013 at 6:00 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Here Be Dragons

      Remove politicians?Is that wise?We have a persistent problem with citizenry thinking the US Government is out to get them,while they arm theirselves accordingly–you could have something akin to the gates of the Bastille with Robespierre and his beloved guillotine up&down like an elevator.

      FTC,ALMOST EVERYONE IN AMERICA IS ARMED.

      May 6, 2013 at 7:19 am | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        We have Robespierres all over America. Corrupt low-lifes who daily make decisions of life and death.

        Those who investigate by using the accused to do the investigating or her underlings, none of whom are trained to investigate official misconduct.

        Many bus drivers I have met are more fit as moral humans than the average politiician for any political office, including POTUS.

        May 6, 2013 at 12:05 pm | Report abuse |
  12. fightthecorrupt

    It should be noted that the colleges were successful as the murder sprees occurred outside of their perimeters, but the leaders who made these decisions are immoral and wretched citizens. The mother made serious misjudgements.

    May 5, 2013 at 8:04 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Here Be Dragons

      Didn't know about e-mails,and he's been whacking computers with swords in that bedroom of his.

      (Feel like that with this filter sometimes:two postings in recent days I really wanted up,and didn't take either;mind you,other
      blogs can be like the deck of a ship:Yin-Yang,I s'pose.)

      May 6, 2013 at 7:44 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • Here Be Dragons

      Consensus is he'd Asperger's,as I suspected(not an expert,but family long involvement in NHS psychiatry),meaning he'll
      fixate on things.Is that a gun?

      Great...

      May 6, 2013 at 7:47 am | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        So his little venture into perusing with gusto the gruesome photos available on the Internet of murder folks two weeks before the man went murderous (and in conjunction apparently with a discussion that his mother was moving him into some psychiatric situation) which his mother only took as more of the same, does not send up the largest red flag conceivable beyond perhaps strangling the family pets. You ignore it just as his mother did as to the need for action ASAP (among which is removing the weapons from the home).

        May 6, 2013 at 12:10 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Here Be Dragons

    Lanza:140 rounds,hollow points,close range,Bushmaster AR – 15.

    Hamilton:Uzi,unknown ammunition type/amount expended.(Ask La Pierre:he was discussing velocities in mph THE DAY AFTER Sandy on MSNBC–the host was irate.)

    What do you think should happen with the AR – 15?Can't get an Uzi here–Edinburgh–for love nor money,churning
    factories in the sticks with you like some Frank Herbert dystopia...

    May 6, 2013 at 7:53 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      The problem is not the sale now of any of these weapons but the fact that here in America we have one firearm in private hands for each of the population here approximately. It will be hard to change the ratio. Mental health though is easy as there are laws, or should be laws, that will lock up sane folks with the affidavit of a relative, much less the murderous or the paranoid or the schizophrenic folks and three times recently that did not happen, either due to weak laws or as known due to college administrators who only protected their college and cared not for the protection of the conmmunity and one mother who made serious misjudgements.

      May 6, 2013 at 12:18 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • Here Be Dragons

        Got The Mental Health Act here(also known as 'sectioning')which can kick in if you are felt to be a danger to yourself and/or others with the police immediately arresting you,taking you to a psychiatric unit where two doctors have to agree,and in you go for around 6 weeks,I think(still not right afterwards,process begins again without police):Draconian maybe,but quite an enlightened piece of legislation which works well,and seems to only be used as the last resort it's meant to be.(Ian Brady has it continually served on him.)If we could get a working scheme for the States that was
        implemented properly,and buy-backs well away from gunsmiths–absolutely along the lines of recycling,where we all,with the exception of Germany,just used to put it all to landfill,and now we don't–it would be something solid,and just
        keep the momentum going.I only want to see the best of America,all the prowess it has,but there's a sense of
        ultraviolence right now:recently a Canadian on here saying he was in a hotel in Connecticut of all places,and someone
        below TWICE threatened to shoot his entire family for making a noise[small children],and two guys entering a diner with
        an AK presumably under a jacket,pulling it on the waitress when she forgot their wings.Doubt the NRA are bothered:
        they'd turn your country into the OK Corrall,and not bat an eye.

        May 7, 2013 at 2:12 pm | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        The fight should have started with preparing an ideal Jniform Mental Health Temporary Commitment Act in Washington, DC which is where all three loonies should have fit. Yet that issue was submerged due to contemptible political posturing.

        May 7, 2013 at 3:30 pm | Report abuse |
  14. shepherdgregory

    I reckon it's going in batches of 10:9 lock them away(Scare The Pilgrims was SELLING guns on here a month or so ago–
    dunno if Captain Morgan knows–but he locks em in a bank safe with one key.)

    Who's the one-in-ten?We only find out when we're cleaning up glass and blood,always the same.

    Does ANYONE want a future comprising of that?It's all observatorial not critical–you've got STP,you've got Nicky Lanza.

    Where is the NEXT Nicky Lanza?

    Do YOU know?

    Tick-tock...

    May 6, 2013 at 8:27 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • Here Be Dragons

      Who's this guy,cr,says Thomas Hamilton only used handguns.Mendacious.Like the NRA in California at gun shows–a guy
      was on here saying–putting it around Lanza just used Glocks.Are you in Edinburgh too?

      May 6, 2013 at 8:31 am | Report abuse | Reply
  15. shepherdgregory

    No,Aberdeen.cr might be NRA therefore.Watch him.Remember Glasgow Allan:we never sleep.They hardly mention
    Dunblane in US,wish they did so more 'cos they're usually respectful,and they're a polite bunch MOST the time so I wish
    overall it was mentioned more.But cr...he comes on here now and then.

    May 6, 2013 at 8:34 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • fightthecorrupt

      The average American never heard the name Dunblane. So most did not forget it, but most who heard it at the time wanted and were able to forget it as it was seldom mentioned. I however tend to remember and besides Andy Murray is a marker for Dunblane and I have heard the story several times during the major tournaments.

      Most Americans know nothing of Benghazi and many are as blank as you to the oncoming hearings starting Wednesday which will be a muddled affair but the tales they tell will live on for Hillary and POTUS44. Nixon covered up for a clearly political burglary and Hillary/POTUS44 are covering up their guilt in stripping America security (over Green Beret Col. Andrew Woods' objetions) the one State building in the World facing Islamic jihadist (and other of uncertain belief) militias wandering throughout Benghazi with no method to restrain their attacks on many western targets through last summer. Then their perfidious actions on the day of the attack ordering all assets to stand down.

      May 6, 2013 at 12:26 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • fightthecorrupt

        Four men died and many more would have had not many brave defenders at the CIA safe house not been present and probably quite a few assault weapons and possibly more. Blood on her clothing for the rest of her life and for all her historical biographies (by a neutral party) is our Hillary. Hopefully some perjury charges will result as well if not something much more problematic.

        May 6, 2013 at 12:29 pm | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        ONe too many negative popped into the above. Mea Culpa.

        May 6, 2013 at 12:31 pm | Report abuse |
      • Here Be Dragons

        He was IN that school,FTC:lockdown initiated,he under the table with a teacher and another boy,door locked,they weren't
        told that much at time:luckily other end of school.

        May 7, 2013 at 2:16 pm | Report abuse |
      • Here Be Dragons

        ftc,you must have amassed about 30 postings on this by now,you're going to HAVE to discuss other things off your own
        bat,and not just in response to me(though I do appreciate that,and you're clearly well-informed)–especially as I notice I'm the only one responding to you(lonely kid at the back with his orange juice,that's you,more unpopular than I am,heavily immersed in SDTY[Strip Down The Yanks]).On Benghazi(again),I doubt it has parallels with something the magnitude of Watergate,but I'll keep an ear on it:should have noticed there were hearings beginning imminently,but only did so after
        posting,but I'm NOT blank,and watch what you call me(I'll spill your orange...)

        Peace.

        Thirty-Five Candles.

        May 7, 2013 at 5:06 pm | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        Benghazi does not match Watergate, it stupendously envelopes all past scandals of our Presidents, including Teapot Dome and Grant's corrupt cabinet and so forth: we have a President eliminating American military security of our state dept-related buildings in the one country where armed jihadist militia walks the streets without any challenge over the objections of the Green Beret grizzled Col. Andrew Wood who commanded a 16 man crack military team unlike any group of any other country who were paid for not by state by DoD. Hillary took these marching orders and did it and replaced these American troops with mixed militia of uncertain loyalty (it turned out to be less than zero) and all I say is let them guard the Clinton dwellings from here on and see how long Bill and Hillary take to run from such guards.

        We betrayed our own personnel. We who did it should be fully prosecuted in Congress and in the courts if at all possible, impeachment and indictment in the federal courts if doable.

        May 7, 2013 at 5:34 pm | Report abuse |
      • fightthecorrupt

        America may never disarm (we need to pry 300 million guns from say 100 million gun owners and that would take a revolution) but we may begin to fight our corrupt Democan and Republicrat office holders. I am here for that. I handed my proposals to Greta van Susteren, Jeffery Toobin, Jim Warren and several others in 2000 on the same day and i will fight the corrupt for the rest of time. Two of those three are honorable sorts and one is a little false-speaking weasel who gets a prime seat due to no scrutiny of his statements. America is run by the weasels, for now.

        May 7, 2013 at 5:41 pm | Report abuse |
  16. Here Be Dragons

    Thanks for post,regards to The Granite City!

    We got tae support Piers this week:La Pierre,and Dana Losch–dunno who she is,but she seems very nice–both gunning
    for him,and goading him.I can't help thinking of 19 American child-corpses mutilated beyond recognition,and our boy.

    And they're celebrating.

    May 6, 2013 at 8:41 am | Report abuse | Reply
  17. Prime Minister George Grenville LEGEND

    Piers,

    I've just heard of this Dana Losch,an FDR[Female Drone Rebel]saying nasty-wasty things about you,Piers!

    DON'T PUT UP WITH IT!SPARE THE ROD,SPARE THE DRONE,PIERS,REMEMBER!COLONNUS BRITANNICUS MUST HAVE

    DISCIPLINE.

    Anyway,she goes on to mention she has 3.5million–probably Drones–following on Twitter.Well,I went and had a wee
    peek,Piersy-Wiersy,AND IT'S ONLY 117,000!

    AND A HALF!

    Piers,you need to flog them harder,harder–the whip,Captain Morgan–and this other FDR[Female Drone Rebel],Tabitha
    Hale(THERE'S a name,eh Piers?I prefer #CB193746036584D[Colonnus Britannicus Drone]!)–hunts down "commies" on
    the Internet!I play Angry Birds!

    That's what they are!

    Carry on!

    P.S.There's a Dana on here(hmm...),and Tabitha Hale should be in jail,and one day may be out on bail as dumb as a doornail as slow as a snail or a ship you sail–eh,Here Be Dragons?

    May 6, 2013 at 9:21 am | Report abuse | Reply
  18. Hero Be Dragons~Hydra

    Word.

    May 6, 2013 at 9:22 am | Report abuse | Reply
  19. Here Be Dragons

    Impeachment of a Clinton would appear to be a tall order;so do you think her grief was manufactured when the
    Ambassador was flown home?Seemed genuine to me...

    May 7, 2013 at 8:24 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  20. ftc Needs A Day Off

    The end of time?Who are you,the immortal blogger?Of COURSE they're corrupt–they're politicians!

    Don't you watch the news?

    (Buying duckhouses over here...)

    May 7, 2013 at 8:28 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  21. shepherdgregory

    Re.Watergate.

    Heard David Frost not long ago on the BBC listening to old tapes,and talking of THAT interview;I wrote the following,here's an excerpt:

    '...talking of his mother hopelessly nursing his brothers dying of tuberculosis,watching all this from a corner of the
    room,as she cradles one then another,wracked by his sobs,making it sound as moving as she was maternal,but
    always coherent to a room,a dinner of some kind where you could hear a pin drop,repeatedly calling her a saint,
    retorting accusingly that no-one's writing books about her.If you could have THIS Richard Nixon,without the hubris,
    corruption,delusion...'

    Coulda Shoulda

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