Video: Obama supporter says murdered US ambassador to Libya ‘had it coming’

Viral videos of Dems reveling in their ignorance have turned September into humiliation-palooza for the Left.

We saw an Obama banshee screeching about her Obama phone and heard from Obama voters who don’t realize Osama bin Laden is dead. And now, an “eat the rich” Obama supporter in Ohio proudly tells an interviewer Mitt Romney will raise taxes on the middle class and Ambassador Chris Stevens “probably had it coming.”

The choom is strong with this one. The morals? Not so much.

If they were smart, self-professed Obama supporters would stop talking on camera. If they were smart.

Don’t ever change, guys.

  • piper77

    looks like a union goon.

    • grais

      looks like he just crawled out of Mom’s basement.

  • MaddMedic
  • disqus_LASIg6epmj

    They peeps are the gift that keeps on giving. lol Now, I’m sure there are idiot Romney supporters too, but at least they have the sense to not go on camera. lol

    • driveswift

      No, they just hang Obama in effigy and drive around the country in front of news cameras. Do they speak for the entire GOP? No. Why can’t we all be grown ups about this? There are crazies on both sides, and it’s best to ignore, not amplify, their message.

      • TexasMom2012

        No, their side panders to these voters promising them free phones, free health care, free birth control. Never mind that nothing is ever free, someone must pay for it. Meaning the rest of us pay for it. Yes we have ignorance on our side but do not uplift it as the Dems did to OWS. We would not have exalted their trashy behavior. When our side has a rally, it has to be on a weekend so everyone can get off from work, whereas their side can apparently take a permanent camping vacation. No, I may cringe at some of our extremists but at least I wouldnt feel the need for an immediate bath when meeting one of theirs.

      • Maria

        If they go on camera and make an arse of themselves, we should laugh at it. Those of us who like humor, anyway. I shall say though it’s not funny in any way to say that Ambassador Stevens had it coming, for he did not.

  • radjahshelduck

    Meanwhile on his program, Mr. Schultz shows clips of Scott Brown supporters giving war whoops when Elizabeth Warren’s name is mentioned, and Schultz implies this is typical Republican behavior.

    • $30423294

      You mean Warren is an innocent waif who did NOT bring this on herself?

      • TugboatPhil

        I think radjah was pointing out that Special Ed was using those clips to stereotype Republican voters, while giving a pass to this union hack.

        • $30423294

          Thanks Phil — @radjahshelduck : I apologize for jumping to conclusions! Carry on, sir.

          • radjahshelduck

            That’s okay, I didn’t write it well. Obama isn’t the only middle-aged guy from Chicago who sometimes is inarticulate!

    • Jillane Kent

      The impression that typical Republicans understand irony and can call out a liar?

  • $30423294

    These people who claim they would never favor death panels seem to think an awful lot about who deserves to live and die.

    The mask is off. This ideology in fashion today is a dark and destructive one. Please let’s remove them from power and influence. Please.

  • TomJB

    Following this genius’ logic, Ambassador Stevens’ murder is justified because we are “stepping across boundaries that we shouldn’t” ???? Just having an Ambassador in a country is an act of war? Huh?

    • $30423294

      Now you’ve got it. But sodomizing him and murdering him is NOT an act of war.

      Welcome to the bizarro world of Barack Kafka Obama.

    • grais

      You don’t really believe this clown knows what the purpose of Ambassadors is, do you?

      • $30423294

        In Obamaworld, our Ambassador to the UN herself doesn’t appear to know what the purpose of an ambassador is.

  • Hiraghm

    That’s not stupidity. That, my friends, is the face of bigotry.

  • JonInVa

    The really sad part isn’t the gross stupidity of the average liberal, but the fact that there are so many of them that Obama, even after these last 4 years of failure, and when you add in the 90% mainstream media in the tank for him, has a better than 50/50 chance of being re-elected.

  • Bill

    I am at a loss for words. No shred of appreciation of what this country was founded on. I invite him to live just one month in Libya, or Egypt, or Iran, or
    Sudan, or any of the other countries that protested (and even attacked) our embassies. What a moron.

  • p2alm

    what a confused man.

  • RosiesSeeingRed

    How anyone can claim to be a liberal and not be embarrassed is beyond me. Liberals got away with calling republicans stupid for decades. I’ve read Alinsky; I now understand it thoroughly. But karma’s a bitch, you know? Now that Alinsky is a household name, and we’ve got a powerful means of communication outside of liberal mainstream media which Alinsky could not have ever foreseen, liberals are being exposed for who and what they are…. very uninformed, devoid of facts … and STUPIDLY voting for whatever makes them feel good as a result.

    • MileHighinAZ

      We all know people such as this man in the video. First are the people
      who HAVE all the media available by which to obtain valid information –
      internet, cable, newspapers, radio, but do nothing with the information,
      they don’t bother to take it in.

      Second, there are still a huge
      of people (like my mother) who only watch the MSM on cable TV, as they
      can not, or will not, avail themselves of all the forms of information
      by which to make a more informed decision.

      And third (and most infuriating) are those who REFUSE to be more
      knowledgeable – the ostriches, I call them. I encounter them the most in
      church; there can be a mindset that since God is in control/all
      politicians are crooks/we can’t do anything about it anyway, then we
      don’t have to concern ourselves with such things as politics. I’ve
      (finally) learned to control my impatience, and kindly try to mention a
      fact or two, that perhaps will start the person thinking, before they walk away.

      • RosiesSeeingRed

        So true, and very frustrating!

      • Vikki Klask

        Third point is good advice: “kindly try to mention a
        fact or two, that perhaps will start the person thinking, before they walk away” It’s frustrating (and sad) to speak to someone who doesn’t have a clue about the truth. Keep planting the seeds.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        And there are those of us that know God is in control, and in addition to praying for our loved ones’ continued safety, also pray for our leaders and the perpetrators of evil in the world. Those that say we can’t do anything aren’t willing to do anything, really. We can still pray, for it’s not God’s will that any perish… but we can still pray for God’s judgment on the wicked.

      • weRbroke

        77% of the US is connected to the internet. We can assume that 40 million of that is students, and probably use it for entertainment, social and some educational needs. They don’t vote yet, and no teacher will willingly push them to seek the truth beyond the online textbook. If they are not encouraged to Bing it, they accept it as “fact”. It sets the scene for their future, one that accepts media spponfeedings like good little mushrooms. They make for good activists when they hit college.
        I found the best way to introduce a talking point is to pick a topic most people would agree on, then let slip something that wasn’t widely reported. You will soon know if they want more info, or not. You can’t help the ones that truly don’t care about anything other than their free Obamaphone.
        My folks are connected to the internet but hardly ever use it for the news. I slip them “inside” info that the media has tried to suppress, provide a source for them to read it. my favorite is to talk NUMBERS and statistics…then I remind them of a past event where the media got caught with their pants down. My mother is livid, as she has been fighting to get an expensive medication that will help her suppress her RA. When I talked about Fluke, she nearly lost it. Evidently, to a woman on medicaid, trying to work a ft job to pay her copays insurances, taxes and living costs, having some 30 yr old college graduate want FREE birth control just put the icing on the crapcake. She’s DONE voting for Dems. I brought up why AARP advocates didn’t work on fixing the donuthole, instead congress passed obamacare and robbed Medicare…but AARP stands to make $2 Billion off seniors thru O-care. OUCH, another blow. Now, I get to work on my father…it should be easy but he watches a lot of TV and he’s been lied to every 5 minutes with the same BO-BS.

    • driveswift

      Uh, liberals are embarrassed by people like him. Just like when I was in the College Republicans I was embarrassed by Sarah Palin being our candidate. Some people just don’t know how to accept that individuals do not speak for the whole party or the whole country or even the local party. I’d rather not be in any party if it means that everything anyone says while wearing that party’s button gets attributed to me. It’s stupid, and not helpful in getting fresh new ideas on the table because anything either side says is instantly dismissed by the other side. The two-party system worked well before the 24/7 news media and transportation/ease of voting basically nullified the problems associated with a centralized government legislature. They sent representatives to congress to vote bc it was too hard to get all of the politically active people together to debate. We can change this system for the better, without destroying America or undermining the constitution, just by not being so stupid about party lines.

      • weRbroke

        Good Grief….you sound like a left leaning Paulbot…

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Not really, Ron Paul supporters actually went through the process. You have to give them credit for at least going by the rules of the system. I have to agree that the party system in America is a duopoly. That’s why we had the Tea Party movement and these other ‘grass-roots’ movements cropping up. People are recognizing that the “system” is just that. Systematic.

      • redheadgrl

        have you watched the movie, “The Undefeated”? Sarah Palin is not stupid, she just wasn’t ready for the national stage.

      • RosiesSeeingRed

        You’ve been Alinskied! The only reason why Palin embarrassed you is because the left designed it that way. They painted her as “stupid” before you even had a chance to form your own opinion about her.

        See how that works?

      • weRbroke

        “I was approached by a Dem registrar at 18, and registered as a Republican. They didn’t burn my registration form or switch my party choice behind my back, and I am still technically registered as a Republican – although this year will be the first time I’m absolutely sure I’ll be voting for a Democrat. Romney is just godawful.” <== your own words from another post. — If you were embarrassed by Palin in 2008, did you vote for McCain anyway?

        • Timothy Crenshaw

          I wonder if by the end of the day you will still be voting for the Liar in Chief.

  • WingedBishop

    I don’t think this guy knows the meaning of “middle class” either. I wonder what he says about all the members of our armed services that lose their lives fighting around the clock for his self-given right to be so ignorant and brain dead. He and OBAMAPHONE lady would make some truly hopeless children.

  • WingedBishop

    Comments disabled on the youtube video. Hopefully it’s not because more of the brain dead and ignorant Ellen Barkin types are defending him.

  • Marcy Cook

    Is it just me..or does this guy look like he’s related to the Colorado shooter?

  • TeeJaw

    For sure, Obama has the moron vote sown up.

    • Guest

      What was your decisive factor in voting for Mitt?

      • wsorrian

        That he’s NOT Obama.

      • TocksNedlog

        Vote Mormon, not moron!

      • Jillane Kent

        He appears to eschew many of the redistributionist policies of out current President, recognizes that the free market should not be unduly burdened with oppressive regulation, and has vowed to not use regulatory bodies to institute policies that failed legislatively. Now, tell me why you are voting for Obama?

        • Guest

          I’m not voting Obama. Was just using the current administration vs the Romney campaign to feel out why anyone is voting Romney. I’ve made some posts earlier that seem to get filtered out thru moderator but for me, the Libertarian candidate is much more impressive than Romney, so I’m voting for him. I don’t see many of the posts from earlier discussions where I had spoke of this, and have pretty much given up on this forum. I know 3rd party candidates are the long shot, but I have to vote for the best man, and my heart says Libertarian. I can’t find substance in Romney. Thanks anyway, I’m gone.

          • TundraThunder

            Third party candidates cannot win the presidential elections! The Electoral College can ONLY vote for Dems and Repubs. If you vote for anyone else you’re throwing your vote away.

          • Guest

            I will not vote for the inept. Instead I will split the party.

          • LibertyPhysics

            No. You won’t split crap. What you will do is help to give Obama another term which could be the tipping point for our freedoms and pitch America into a tyranny we won’t be able to stop or reverse.

            I say this a Libertarian and libertarian for over 20 years. I was the president of the Ohio Libertarian party once upon a time and take second to no one as a radical defender of liberty. This isn’t a kid game. The Left is playing for keeps and we are way, way, way past the time for “sending messages” and all that nonsense.

          • Guest

            I can not, justify a vote for Mitt Romney.

          • Amy Davis

            Then please, don’t vote at all!

          • Guest

            I am voting for the Libertarian candidate. I’ll thank you to not tell me how to vote.

          • TundraThunder

            I think Dave’s either a Dem plant or just another troll trying to cause problems. I’m finished with people like that.

          • Guest

            I’m sorry, I came here about a week ago to discuss some things about Romney that puzzle me. I work as a trucker and was gone most of the week. This morning I tried discussing some things, and the mods seemed to filter out most of my questions, so I have left. I’m not a Democrat, I’m Libertarian. Sorry to have disrupted your forum.

          • weRbroke

            mods don’t filter anything here unless it is overly racist, sexist, or full of cuss words. Nice try though, did you think you were on Fox where you can’t type black?

          • Guest

            Only thing I can tell you is some post would show for a few minutes then disappear. I don’t do Fox.

          • TundraThunder

            I’m sure many of us like another candidate, but that person cannot win due to the Electoral College, so we choose the one closest to what we believe. For me it’s Mitt Romney. You may as well vote for Obama, or don’t vote at all. I hope you’ll be happy if Obama wins. Enough people like you hand the elections to the Dems, since you don’t seem to know how the election process works. End

          • Guest

            The vote will be cast for Gary Johnson.

          • Guest

            I’m not falling for the right wing paranoia.

          • Maria

            You’re right. It’s basically like not voting at all.

          • Jedd McHead

            So you’re voting for Obama. I mean, you can talk all you want about what your heart says but, ultimately, voting for a libertarian candidate in a national election is about as useful as not voting at all. Your vote is just a spoiler for one side or the other depending on the dominant issues of the day.

            I think it’s MUCH more important to unseat Obama than, well, pretty much any other issue, since the source of so much of what’s wrong with America now stems from HIS agenda and damaging policies. Was Romney my first chioce? Nope — but I’ll be happy to vote for him.

            So if Obama wins be sure to tell everyone in the bread line you voted for the Libertarian candidate, Mr. Principles. I’m sure they’ll be really impressed.

          • Guest

            I surely cannot vote for the idiot Mitt Romney. I wouldn’t let a shoe salesman pilot an aircraft.

          • redheadgrl

            But it’s ok to let a professor, and a ‘community organizer’ pilot the Office of the President?

          • Guest

            I didn’t say I was for Obama. I’m not voting for Obama. I did say I am against Romney.

          • redheadgrl

            I didn’t say you were or weren’t; I was just making the point that if you think Mr. Romney isn’t qualified, you must admit you also believe Mr. Obama really isn’t qualified to ‘pilot an aircraft’ ie: lead as the President of the US.

          • Timothy Crenshaw

            Voting for anyone but Romney is voting for Obama as the only candidates the electoral college can consider are the two who made the national ballot which would be Romney and Obama. It really is that simple. Romney is the one who is being attacked by the Obama propaganda machine which is masquerading as the MSM. Any vote therefore that is not for Romney is a vote for Obama. Deal with it.

          • Guest

            I don’t see where the 1% should be given all the privilege. I don’t think Romney would be a very good president. He doesn’t seem to know what he’s for or against. He does seem to be prejudice, as he offends everyone fairly easily. He seems to be willing to stay in Afghanistan and probably Iran. I don’t see where picking up on Bush’s failed policies is going to do us much good. Mitt isn’t speaking to me, I’m a working man. I don’t buy into the “doom” from Obama that the Republicans seem to be so paranoid of, since most of the things that Obama tried to do the, Republicans blocked. Seems they were more interested in working against the Dems, rather than doing their jobs of getting the country on track. I just don’t see him and Ryan as the ultimate package. On the other side of the coin, I don’t agree with everything Obama has done, but I do know that I’m living way better than I was during the Bush years. I feel more in tune with Gary, so I have to go with him.

          • Maria

            Sounds like Liberal talking points to me!

          • Guest

            So because I’m voting Libertarian, and do not agree with Mitt at all, and do not agree with about 75% of Obama I’m a Liberal?

          • Maria

            All the points you spouted off about Republicans sounds like Liberal talking points to me. You didn’t list anything Dear Leader has done wrong, only that you didn’t agree with him. If you want to look “fair and balanced” you would list why you disagree with both sides.

          • weRbroke

            Dave sounds like he’s on a steadytrucker diet of NPR. Liberal talking points all the time, tempered with some libertarian spice, reinforced with a common theme, disdain for Republicans.

          • Maria

            Heh 777dave777 is now know as “Guest”.

          • Timothy Crenshaw

            Obama has not only failed to produce a budget he has never gotten a single vote for any budget even from his own party. He has printed money, spent money, borrowed money and burnt money to the point that the US dollar is being deserted as the world reserve currency. BTW the only reason we can print money to pay our debts is because the US dollar is the world reserve currency. Oops. He has done nothing to help unemployment and put half of the country on food stamps. He broke every single one of his campaign promises and the one thing he did wasn’t declared unconstitutional it was declared a tax and is driving up healthcare costs to the point where businesses are simply dropping benefits altogether. He lied through his teeth about the attacks on our embassies and our consulates. Do I need to give you more things he has done wrong?

          • Maria

            I’m sure I could fill in the blanks on what more he’s done wrong, but you’ve made a great list thus far!

          • Timothy Crenshaw

            No. You are an undecided with a decidely poor grasp of the situation at hand. Voting for anyone but Romney means Obama wins. If Obama wins we keep printing money, borrowing money and spending money until our economy collapses just like Obama wants it to. As the rest of the world will abandon the US dollar as world reserve currency by then they will just sit and watch. They already have it half done. Why not try some economic news before you gesture yourself into a living hell?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Last time I checked, we lived in America, where 100% have the privilege. It’s up to the INDIVIDUAL to maximize on their privilege, and not piss it away.

            Obama had control of the House and Senate the first 2 years of his term. He could have done EVERYTHING on his agenda the first 2 YEARS. What did he do? He took over 1/6th of the economy. No immigration reform, no GitMo legislation, instead, he increased EPA regulations and increased taxes, through regulations, on small businesses.

            Look, you can’t cross a huge river of slime by trying to jump over to the other side, which is what you’re trying to accomplish, in voting for Gary Johnson. Baby steps, my friend, baby steps. You need to build a raft first. Mitt Romney is not the end all, be-all, but he is at least the first step into getting our country back to economic integrity. “Rome wasn’t built in a day”.

          • weRbroke

            You SEEM to run on emotions instead of reality. Please get out of the echo chamber, it’s addled your wits. You said you are a trucker, by any chance to you spend your miles listening to NPR? That crap will rot your brain…it is mindless blathering so seriously maytagged(spun) that I have a hard time swallowing the intellectuallized talking points as anything other than mushroom fodder. A little bit of investigating, some reading, and you will find that what you believe may just be a manipulated story, leaving some info out. Not a day goes by that they don’t continually drone on about how terrible Romney is and how wonderful Obama is, and they spoonfeed the sugar and bury the truckloads of lemons O has delivered in his term. ALL of the owner operators that I know, are mad as hell for the high fuel prices and other regs that have cut deeply into their ability to pay their business expenses. It does not look good. I live on a federal hwy that runs from border to border, it’s not so busy anymore.

          • Timothy Crenshaw

            I am glad you are having a nice little party before the end. Obama had half of his time with complete control and his budgets were voted down unanimously by the Senate and the House. Not one single vote from his own party. The American credit rating is dropping like a rock and when Obama takes it down far enough you will be paying four times the price on everything. Pay attention and talk to an economist or read something. Voting for anyone but Romney is asking to lose everything or have it taken away. You cannot blame the Republicans when his own party would not give him a single vote. Please learn something before the election arrives and don’t help cut your own throat.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Really? What is it, exactly, that ‘impresses you’ about the Libertarian candidate? What substance does Romney not have? Oh… all the intoxicating substances, for starters, I suppose. Never smoked/drank/used drugs.

  • John Hanover

    Stay the F( blank ) out of Colorado! These sheep are still saying ” tax cuts for the rich baa baa baa bad…tax cuts for rich Democrats better “. The ignorance, if that idiot had paint smeared on his face from huffing or we watched him use drugs I could understand the ignorance. I hope those sheep get stoned and go vote on Wednesday instead.

  • Tam16601

    Be afraid American’s, be very afraid….if this is the type of people voting this election cycle.

  • Paul C.

    These are the lemmings that follow Obummer, blind, stupid, etc.


    another supper mind for the drones following the big 0 (zero)

  • Craig Edwards

    I can understand having cynicism, but blind arrogance based on deliberate ignorance of the facts makes you very stupid.

    • orringtonmom (D)

      well stated.

  • DANEgerus

    By Had it coming I assume he meant the rape part, I mean he is Occupy right?

  • stuckinIL4now

    The lefturds are just supplying the campaign commercial videos straight up for Romney/Ryan, eh?

    • Linda Ponzo

      But Romney/Ryan won’t use them. They’re playing too nice. It’s up to us on the net, talk radio, etc., to show the public what this country is coming to.

      • redheadgrl

        I don’t think the Romney/Ryan campaign could legally use this in an ad? Not without the guys consent, anyway. They can use clips of Mr. Obama and other media figures in their ads, which I think are very effective, but they can’t just take an average citizen’s video off youtube and use it for promotional purposes.

  • orringtonmom (D)

    i didn’t need to see this today. i guess i’ll need to go back and look at the Rob Lowe thread for recovery purposes… yeah, that’s it.

    it is one thing to be stupid and vote accordingly. it is another to explain your stupidity to a total stranger into a camera and not think it will make it to youtube. bless his heart.

  • James Neal

    This just in: Romney has the Mormon vote
    locked up (except -1 for Harry Reid who somehow thinks he is a Mormon,
    although he exhibits no characteristics thereof). Obama has the Moron
    vote locked up (see this video and the Howard Stern interviews with some
    really brilliant New Yorkers — reflecting the reality of the
    uninformed voting for the clueless). I’ll take the Mormon over the Moron
    (the chief moron) any day….

  • Kenyan Me

    Go and play in traffic you
    #Obamaphone recipient; your existence was an accident you POS!

    • PennyRobinsonFanClub

      Now now, let’s not be as bad as they are.


    Annnnnd, that would be a 47%’er

  • PennyRobinsonFanClub

    Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, a smart Democrat, and a dumb Democrat are each in one corner of a room with a cookie in the middle of it . . .

  • lana ward

    Would he feel the same way if Chris Stevens was his brother??

  • MikenPA

    Too bad his parents didn’t get free contraceptives…….

  • TundraThunder

    Hmmmm – – I’m curious why the ratings and comments have been disabled for the video.

  • Pushbroom

    Oh my, Silverman and this guy should team up for a comedy central liberal routine. Good, intelligent stuff there.

  • a fellow patriot

    We’re done.

  • CalCon10

    Has this fine young-feller-me-lad ever held a job?

  • Wulfheard

    Democrat voters are more intelligent and more informed that Republican voters, lol. at least that’s what a lot of Dementiacrats say.

  • ZoriahShepard

    Heaven help the stupid. Thank goodness they’re on BHO’s side.

  • Cedric James

    Hilarious, you think that a guy like that who isn’t really all that articulate somehow proves your point? He did not say that the ambassador had it coming, he used the term “we” as in all of us. Gawd, at least get it right. Funny thing about the extremists in either party. not real good listening skills.

    • Timothy Crenshaw

      He said, “We probably had it coming.” That means that he does not blame the government for failing to protect its people. It means that he thinks it is okay that our people are being killed because when you overstep your bounds in foreign policy everyone gets to kill your people. He chooses not to assign blame to Obama for his failure to improve relations in the middle east. So, yes, his statements are just as bad as specifically stating that our people had it coming.

  • pinksugar

    This genius either said ‘He’ or ‘They’ had it coming.. not WE had it coming.. also, at the end, he asked if Obama was still working on it (relations with the Middle East) – the answer would be – NO, he isn’t because he is too busy hangin out with all the old hags on The View while the UN is in NYC and the Middle East continues to burn..

  • Kari OBrien

    What a frickin moron!!! PLEASE Obama supporters are so uninformed..keeping spewing your ridiculous statements!! ROMNEY RYAN 2012

  • Polly Esther

    Oh.My.Gosh. That guy is totally unaware of the state of affairs in the country. That is sad. What is sadder is that there are lots of voters just like him. I am so sad for my country.

  • CoffeeNerves

    Stupid, brain-dead ObamaBOT……….classic Room Temperature IQ!