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B.T. Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 2:13 AM
So, Hillary basically signed Stevens' death Warrant by making a British 'security" team sign a "no Bullets" clause in the contract. The Marines in another Embassy were told to use only RUBBER BULLETS. Now, all I'm doing is making an observation w/zero, zero zero, intent, an observation ONLY. Now, is Hillary going to open herself up to a "No Bullet" Tuesday for her Security? What about Obama? I could just see THAT announcement. "President Obama, in solidarity with the Middle East Embassy folks has declared a "NO Bullet Monday and a Rubber Bullet Fridays from now on" Obama stated "If it's good enough for Ambassador Stevens' to have no bullets for his security, it's good enough for me" :( Obama and Hillary. Two incompetent boobs.
WodenofAzgard Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 2:25 AM
The U.S. Embassy in Libya was guarded by a Brit security team? How did that work? Does the U.S. provide security to the Brit embassy? Why wouldn't they guard their own embassies?
hrhodes Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 7:20 AM
Yes, and they hired local members of the populace to provide the security. This while 51 US soldiers have been killed by members of the Taliban who have infiltrated the Afghan Army and Security forces just this year. Keep in mind the area of Libya in question had been a strong supporter of Al-Qaeda and has supplied many foreign fighters to support the Taliban in Afghanistan. This was an act of pure incompetency.
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