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

HalibutornThrockmorton3rd Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 10:47 PM
You just said that big govt and big business should work together. Now you want big govt to ignore big business and do something their contributors don't want. This is why the CONservative Extreme Court's Corporation's United decision is bad. But we're stuck with it. So I live in the real world, not the 'what if' one, and since money=speech, elected reps will alweyas do what those with the most speech want. It's a good thing according to CONservatives. That's how they were going to buy Mitt the white house. Now all they're left with is Grover, and he decides which Republican will get re-elected. Who is going to lobby for anything that makes those with the most sopeech pay more speech? It's just not logical.
jkash1776 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 11:11 PM
Clearly you don't believe that. Anybody who had won honestly, and knew so, if they were even REMOTELY a real American, would not come over here such a hostile winner.

You know your party cheated, lied and manipulated and you just want us all to be quiet so that there is no backlash as there was in Watergate.

In WAtergate nobody died. Both Benghazi and Fast and Furious cost soldier and agent lives and those families aren't going anywhere.

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):