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McCain on Benghazi: Yeah, I Got a Pretty Good Idea Why Obama Would Mislead the American Public

djandle88 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 11:08 AM
Obama was elected by a majority of the citizens who equated the Presidency to a home coming king election. His was a campaign of popularity. I read about someone who ran for homecoming queen only to lose when her opponent offered free ice cream to everyone despite not having the ability to deliver on that promise.
Frank568 Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 6:20 PM
For the life of me I am clueless about why a serial liar, incompetent leader, and valueless individual could be popular.
cramsey Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:22 PM
He did not "win". He cheated. He has never earned a damn thing honestly in his sorry, mis-spent life. No wonder he's a liberal.
JoAnne127 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 5:14 AM
So true. People do not think for themselves, and the left media (most of it) lures them with words that do not have the right meanings...such as "Choice," for abortion killing, and women's rights making the dim witted believe they cannot get an abortion if Mitt won. Now, the media has "guests" on The View, but I noticed last night on "Jay Leno," who sneak in lots of words to distract us that Obama, Hillary and Susan Rice LIED on purpose...when they start speaking in circles around a question asked, beware...then, the talk shows, etc. push it. Right now they are trying to make us believe our children and the second closest to poverty. I read the REAL statistics. Imagine showing our poor eating pizza which wasn't the best?

On CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday morning Arizona Senator John McCain made an astute if obvious observation about why the Obama administration would feel inclined to mislead Americans about the deadly raid (read: terrorist attack) on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya last September: It interferes with their erroneous “al Qaeda is on the run” talking point (via Mediaite):