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Obama: My "Biggest Priority" is Bringing the Benghazi "Folks" to Justice

Andrew292 Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 10:39 PM
Look we all know exactly what happened in the situation room that day. EVERYONE knew exactly what was going on. The subject of sending in help came up, and some political hack such as Valerie Jarrett pointed out how bad it would look politically if the rescue went wrong. It was perceived as more politically palatable to mourn an attack on Americans than it was to actually try and stop it and risk failure. This is what Leon Panetta outright said to us yesterday. (Here's a hint. No, we do not need to know every piece of the situation before sending in help. We have quite a few HRT's and Special Forces teams dedicated specifically to doing this sort of thing. believe me their most common drill is "Embassy Rescue".)
traitorbill Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 11:37 PM
Just like Obama's lackeys said that he took a great risk in ordering the raid to get Bin Laden.

I wonder if Panetta ever learned that we don't leave our men behind? And, as for the ambiguity of the situation, we had real time video. What more could we have asked us. Just like Clinton made everybody around him lie to cover for him, Obama is doing the same thing. When real men cover for others they use ammo, not lies. Obama has no character.
RedTruck Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 10:56 PM
you are probably right about Valerie Jarrett. This entire matter is so upsetting on many levels.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 10:44 PM
Besides they didn't want to brown off... "folks."

The president appeared on Michael Smerconish's radio program earlier today and addressed the Benghazi attack:
 


 

“What happened in Benghazi is a tragedy. We’re investigating exactly what happened. I take full responsibility for that fact. I send these folks in harm’s way, I want to make sure they’re always safe and when that doesn't happen, that we figure out what happened and make sure that doesn't happen again. But my biggest priority now is bringing those folks to justice and I think the American...