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Return of the Credibility Gap

Kim560 Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 11:14 AM
Ambassador Wright was to be kidnapped not killed and then traded for the blind sheik in a deal brokered by the President of Egypt and Obama just before the election. The Navy Seals disobeyed orders and began shooting the bad guys. The bad guys didn't expect this to happen. That's why there was no security at the compound and none was sent to save them.
traitorbill Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 9:54 PM
If so, why didn't the eared messiah try to contact the terrorists and save the Americans? Were they just so much campaign collateral damage?
Milt37 Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 12:23 PM
Kim,

Ambassador Wright? Wrong!

It was Stevens, not Wright, but all your other points are...er...wright ;-)
Rick 2811 Wrote: Jan 01, 2013 11:46 AM
certainly plausible with Obama
Lyndon Johnson, step aside. Barack Obama is far more deserving than you ever were of the term "credibility gap."

The latest Benghazi lie to crumble like a cigar ash was the assurance from White House spokesman Jay Carney that four State department employees had been fired for their mishandling of the situation following an internal report that found security to have been "grossly inadequate." On Dec. 20, Carney told reporters "Accountability has been brought to bear with regard to four individuals, who are very senior." Major news organizations reported that Eric Boswell, assistant secretary of state in charge of security,...