President Obama and Secretary Of State Clinton On ’60 Minutes’


By Jueseppi B.

 

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In this Jan. 25, 2013 file image taken from video and provided by CBS, President Barack Obama, center, and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speak with ”60 Minutes” correspondent Steve Kroft, left, in the Blue Room of the White House in Washington. The interview will air Sunday, Jan. 27 during the “60 Minutes” telecast on CBS. (AP Photo/CBS, File)

 

 

 

Hillary Clinton And Obama “60 Minutes” Joint Interview – Part 1

 

Published on Jan 27, 2013

President Obama sat down for a joint interview with outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on 60 Minutes this evening.

Steve Kroft, who interviewed the president several times during his first term, asked the pair about a variety of topics, most notably including the administration’s response to the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.

Asked why he decided to do a joint interview with Clinton, the president explained that he wanted to thank her for the job she’s done as his Secretary of State. The two also briefly nodded to their contentious 2008 primary race, which is clearly water under the bridge for both sides now.

 

 

 

 

 

Hillary Clinton And Obama “60 Minutes” Joint Interview – Part 2

 

Published on Jan 27, 2013

President Obama sat down for a joint interview with outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on 60 Minutes this evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

From The Associated Press:

 

Obama and Clinton talk 2016 race on ’60 Minutes’

 

by Phillip Elliott, Associated Press

 

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama lauded Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton as one of his closest advisers and said their shared vision for America’s role in the world persuaded his one-time rival — and potential successor — to be his top diplomat while he dealt with the shattered economy at home.

 

During a joint interview that aired Sunday, Obama and Clinton chuckled as they described their partnership and stoked speculation that Obama may prefer Clinton to succeed him in the White House after the 2016 elections. Clinton is leaving Obama’s Cabinet soon, and speculation about the former first lady and senator has only grown more intense after a heated appearance last week on Capitol Hill.

 

Both Obama and Clinton batted away questions about future campaigns, but the joint interview — the president’s first with anyone other than first lady Michelle Obama — was only likely to increase the fascination with Clinton’s future.

 

“The president and I care deeply about what’s going to happen for our country in the future,” Clinton said. “And I don’t think, you know, either he or I can make predictions about what’s going to happen tomorrow or the next year.”

 

 

The rest of the story is available at  The Associated Press.

 

 

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I Don’t Want Women In Combat Roles……


 

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Hell I don’t want women in the military at all. Period.

 

And here’s why………..women in the U.S. Military are in harms way to be raped, assaulted and abused on a daily basis, by AMERICAN TROOPS, and the U.S. Military can’t, won’t or don’t protect them on their very own military bases as it stands now.

 

So explain to me just how the U.S. Military plans to protect women in combat roles who get captured in combat and become POW’s? You believe for one split nano second these women soldiers won’t be raped and assaulted and abused by the enemy while a prisoner of war?

 

I don’t make apologies to anyone concerning my beliefs on this issue. I was a POW for 18 months, and I know that a female POW will not survive as a captive of the enemy without being violated in ways you don’t want to imagine.

 

I say no to women in combat roles. But then again my opinion don’t mean a hill of beans.

 

Women want to be treated exactly like men in the U.S. Military? I say…Be very careful what you ask for, sometimes it can become a reality.

 

 

 

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Jueseppi B.:

Somehow I missed this last year….very good post Mr. Angrymanspeaks.

 

 

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obama in tearsIt never fails to impress my wife how feeling Barack Obama is.

You know it impresses me. But my wife’s comments are especially telling and especially true.

I came in from the back yard today to the news about Sandy Hook. She said,

“You should have seen the President commenting about the shooting; he had tears running down his face as he spoke about it.”

I said I wasn’t surprised. She said,

“I know but it never ceases to amaze me that he is willing to show his feelings to the public; you can tell he’s sincere. I have never seen a President actually shed tears like he has. Even when 9/11 happened; George W. Bush never showed any real emotion. What sadness he did show always seemed put on; as though he really didn’t care. But you can see and feel that Obama really cares and really grieves about…

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Nightclub Fire Results In 233 Lives Lost In Brazil.


By Jueseppi B.

 

 

Policeman and rescue workers help a man in front of Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria

A policeman and rescue workers help a man in front of Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, in this picture taken by Agencia RBS, January 27, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Germano Roratto/Agencia RBS.

 

 

 

Fire-fighters try to extinguish a fire at Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria

Fire-fighters try to extinguish a fire at Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, in this picture taken by Agencia RBS, January 27, 2013.

 

 

 

Relatives are helped by a healthcare worker after identifying the body of a victim of the fire at Boate Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria

Relatives are helped by a healthcare worker after identifying the body of a victim of the fire at Boate Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, January 27, 2013.
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Brazil's President Rousseff consoles relatives of victims of a fire which occurred at the Boate Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria

Brazil‘s President Dilma Rousseff (R) consoles relatives of victims of a fire which occurred at the Boate Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, January 27, 2013.
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From Reuters:

 

Nightclub fire kills 233 in Brazil

 

 

By Ana Flor

SANTA MARIA, Brazil | Sun Jan 27, 2013 5:58pm EST

 

 

(Reuters) – A nightclub fire killed at least 233 people in southern Brazil early on Sunday when a band’s pyrotechnics show set the building ablaze and fleeing partygoers stampeded toward blocked and overcrowded exits in the ensuing panic, officials said.

 

The blaze in the university town of Santa Maria was ignited by sparks from pyrotechnics used by the band for visual effects. They set fire to soundproofing on the ceiling and the club rapidly filled with toxic smoke, local fire officials said.

 

Most of those who died were suffocated by fumes, fire brigade Sergeant Robson Muller told Reuters. Others were crushed in the stampede.

 

“Smoke filled the place instantly, the heat became unbearable,” survivor Murilo Tiescher, a medical student, told GloboNews TV. “People could not find the only exit. They went to the toilet thinking it was the exit and many died there.”

 

Fire officials said at least one exit was locked and that club bouncers, who at first thought those fleeing were trying to skip out on bar tabs, initially blocked patrons from leaving. The security staff relented only when they saw flames engulfing the ceiling.

 

The tragedy, in a packed venue in one of Brazil’s most prosperous states, comes as the country scrambles to improve safety, security and logistical shortfalls ahead of the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament and the 2016 Olympics, both intended to showcase the economic advances and first-world ambitions of Latin America‘s largest nation.

 

In Santa Maria, a city of more than 275,000 people, rescue workers and weary officials wept alongside family and friends of the victims at a local gymnasium being used as a makeshift morgue.

 

“It’s the saddest, saddest day of my life,” said Neusa Soares, the mother of one of those killed, 22-year-old Viviane Tolio Soares. “I never thought I would have to live to see my girl go away.”

 

President Dilma Rousseff cut short an official visit to Chile and flew to Santa Maria, where she wept as she spoke to relatives of the victims at the gym.

 

“All I can say at the moment is that my feelings are of deep sorrow,” said Rousseff, who began her political career in Rio Grande do Sul, the state where the fire occurred.

 

News of the fire broke on Sunday morning, when local news broadcast images of shocked people outside the nightclub called Boate Kiss. Gradually, grisly details emerged.

 

 

“BARRIER OF THE DEAD”

“We ran into a barrier of the dead at the exit,” Colonel Guido Pedroso de Melo, commander of the fire brigade in Rio Grande do Sul, said of the scene that firefighters found on arrival. “We had to clear a path to get to the rest of those that were inside.”

 

Officials said more than 1,000 people may have been in the club, possibly exceeding its legal capacity. Though Internet postings about the venue suggested as many as 2,000 people at times have crammed into the club, Pedroso de Melo said no more than half that should have been inside.

 

He said the club was authorized to be open but its permit was in the process of being renewed.

 

However, Pedroso de Melo did point to several egregious safety violations – from the flare that went off during the show to the locked door that kept people from leaving.

 

The club’s management said in a statement that its staff was trained and prepared to deal with any emergency. It said it would help authorities with their investigation.

 

When the fire began at about 2:30 a.m., many revelers were unable to find their way out in the chaos.

 

“It all happened so fast,” survivor Taynne Vendrusculo told GloboNews TV. “Both the panic and the fire spread rapidly, in seconds.”

 

Once security guards realized the building was on fire, they tried in vain to control the blaze with a fire extinguisher, according to a televised interview with one of the guards, Rodrigo Moura. He said patrons were getting trampled as they rushed for the doors, describing it as “a horror film.”

 

Band member Rodrigo Martins said the fire started after the fourth or fifth song and the extinguisher did not work.

 

“It could have been a short circuit, there were many cables there,” Martins told Porto Alegre’s Radio Gaucha station. He said there was only one door and it was locked. A band member died in the fire.

 

 

CLUB OWNER QUESTIONED

One of the club’s owners has surrendered to police for questioning, GloboNews reported.

 

TV footage showed people sobbing outside the club before dawn, while shirtless firefighters used sledge hammers and axes to knock down an exterior wall to open up an exit.

 

Rescue officials moved the bodies to the local gym and separated them by gender. Male victims were easier to identify because most had identification on them, unlike the women, whose purses were left scattered in the devastated nightclub. Local authorities said 120 men and 113 women died in the fire.

 

Piles of shoes remained in the burnt out club, along with tufts of hair pulled out by people fleeing desperately. Firemen who removed bodies said victims’ cell phones were still ringing.

 

The disaster recalls other incidents including a 2003 fire at a nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island, that killed 100 people [ID:nL1N0AW2NR], and a Buenos Aires nightclub blaze in 2004 that killed nearly 200. In both incidents, a band or members of the audience ignited fires that set the establishment ablaze.

 

The Rhode Island fire shocked local and federal officials because of the rarity of such incidents in the United States, where enforcement of safety codes is considered to be relatively strict. After the Buenos Aires blaze, Argentine officials closed many nightclubs and other venues and ultimately forced the city’s mayor from office because of poor oversight of municipal codes.

 

The fire early on Sunday occurred in one of the wealthiest, most industrious and culturally distinct regions of Brazil. Santa Maria is about 186 miles west of Porto Alegre, the capital of a state settled by Germans and other immigrants from northern Europe.

 

Local clichés paint the region as stricter and more organized than the rest of Brazil, where most residents are a mix descended from native tribes, Portuguese colonists, African slaves, and later influxes of immigrants from southern Europe.

 

Rio Grande do Sul state’s health secretary, Ciro Simoni, said emergency medical supplies from all over the state were being sent to the scene. States from all over Brazil offered support, and messages of sympathy poured in from foreign leaders.

 

(Additional reporting by Guillermo Parra-Bernal, Gustavo Bonato, Jeferson Ribeiro, Eduardo Simões, Brian Winter and Guido Nejamkis.; Writing by Paulo Prada and Anthony Boadle; Editing by Todd Benson, Kieran Murray and Christopher Wilson)

 

 

 

Relatives of the Kiss nightclub fire victims cry in the southern city of Santa Maria

Relatives of the Kiss nightclub victims cry in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, in this picture taken by Agencia RBS, January 27, 2013.
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Relatives of the victims of the Kiss nightclub fire cry in the southern city of Santa Maria

Relatives of the victims of the Kiss nightclub fire cry in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, in this picture taken by Agencia RBS, January 27, 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff speaks during a address about a nightclub fire in southern Brazil, at the hotel in Chile

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff (L) speaks, next to an unidentified woman, during a address about a nightclub fire in southern Brazil, at the hotel in Chile in this picture provided by the Brazil Presidency on January 27, 2013. Rousseff will cut short a visit to Chile and will be return to Brazil following the blaze, her spokesperson said. Rousseff is in Chile to attend at the summit of the Community of Latin American, Caribbean States and European Union (CELAC-UE).
REUTERS/Roberto Stuckert Filho/Brazil Presidency/Handout.

 

 

 

Police officer helps a woman next to Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria

A police officer helps a woman next to Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, in this picture taken by Agencia RBS, January 27, 2013.

 

 

 

Man carries a victim in front of Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria

A man carries a victim in front of Kiss nightclub in the southern city of Santa Maria, 187 miles (301 km) west of the state capital of Porto Alegre, in this picture taken by Agencia RBS, January 27, 2013.

 

 

 

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff speaks during a address about a nightclub fire in southern Brazil, at the hotel in Chile

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff (L) speaks, next to an unidentified woman, during a address about a nightclub fire in southern Brazil, at the hotel in Chile January 27, 2013. Rousseff will cut short a visit to Chile and will be return to Brazil following the blaze, her spokesperson said. Rousseff is in Chile to attend at the summit of the Community of Latin American, Caribbean States and European Union (CELAC-UE).
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Brazil Nightclub Fire

A victim of a fire in a club is carried in Santa Maria city, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, early Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013.

 

 

An exterior view of Boate Kiss nightclub is seen after a fire occurred, in the southern city of Santa Maria

 

 

 

 

 

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Jueseppi B.:

I want to see this dumbasses birth certificate because she looks foreign and she talks funny.

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Don Irvine with Award winner Michelle Malkin at the Omni Shoreham Hotel on March 1st, 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Go figure!!! Michelle Malkin is on the opposite side of sanity-once again. The link above, shows this consistently irritating, ultra-right-winged twit-waxing yet another illogical, philosophical viewpoint. Of course, this insultingly ignorant discussion is with Faux News’ bat-shit crazy, Sean “Lack of Sanity” Hannity

This non-indigenous, direct result of immigration-is irrepressible, in spewing forth her theories about the number of bullets allowed in magazine clips, as well as accusing President Obama of  intentionally using children as props to help bring about needed common sense gun law reform. Malkin, when it’s all said, and done, will be one of the morons responsible for the permanent destruction of her beloved, beyond rational, party full of  sociopathic sludge. Her lips, are on borrowed time, after all of the hypocritical hyperbole that they have blown…

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