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Video: Romney Chokes Up Recalling Fallen Navy SEAL

"They made a deliberate decision not to secure an ambassador, based upon their erroneous belief in appeasement, formed at the top by the Muslim Brotherhood member whispering in clinton's ear. These decisions have resulted in 4 deaths, and those responsible must be criminally punished." AWESOME! The "Brotherhood mole in the State Department" tinfoil hat theory!
sergeantsnerdley Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 8:50 AM
huma abedin.

Google it, fool.

Then we'll see who is wearing what.
RG_THP Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 8:42 AM
ANY and all attacks on an Embassy has long been considered an 'Act of War'.

The American embassy is considered a territory of the United States, just as a foreign embassy in the United States is considered that Countries Territory.

ANY Embassy ANYWHERE should be as safe as your living room.
AmyDB Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 9:58 AM
Depends on where the living room is located RG

Mitt Romney shared a remarkable story at a campaign rally in Iowa today, his voice wavering and cracking slightly as he described the tragic death of a former Navy SEAL he'd met years earlier.  The young man was from Massachusetts; he died in Benghazi during the September 11 terrorist attack against the American consulate that claimed the life of US Ambassador Chris Stevens.  Here is Mitt's stirring and moving tribute: