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State Department Benghazi "Fall Guys" Retain Jobs

Matt in N.C. Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 7:29 PM
From the beginning of this disaster the regime has steered the discussion down a series of dead ends in a successful attempt to wear everyone out. First it lied, blaming the attack on a protest and the protest on a movie trailer seen by 20 people. Exposed as dishonest by its own subservient press, the regime started a diversionary wrangle over who used some form of "terror" when. Then it tried to start another over "attacks" on Susan Rice. Then Hillary was struck by a meteorite. Then the Accountability Review Board ceremoniously did nothing. To this day no one has even asked, never mind answered, the salient questions:
Matt in N.C. Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 7:36 PM
1. Why was security so lax in Libya?
2. What in Benghazi was so important that it drew the ambassador from the relative safety of Tripoli on the anniversary of 9/11?
3. Why did the attack on the consulate coincide with his visit?
4. Why was there a CIA station near the consulate?
5. Who ordered the CIA employees to stand down?
6. Why was no help sent?
7. What was so sensitive in Benghazi that the regime was willing to sacrifice 30 employees to keep it quiet?
8. Why were ADM Gaouette and GEN Ham relieved?
gjmlb Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 11:54 PM
All salient points, most especially the one where it asks who asked or told the CIA employees to stand down. I figure it was one of two possibillities,, Obomination or Hillary.

The four state department officials reported to have "resigned effective immediately" or been "relieved of their responsibilities" in the wake of the State Department internal analysis on the U.S. Consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya aren't going away after all.

The New York Post is reporting that the highest ranking of the group, Assitant Secretary of State Eric Boswell, is "just switching desks" within the State Department.  The other three are on "administrative leave and are expected back" on the job.

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