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Benghazi Denial Syndrome: Clinical or Cynical

Raymond90 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 11:03 AM
William... the only statement with an element of truth is your first one. He didn't the Ambassador killed because he's a Muslim and hates American... although he probably is, and probably does. Ambassador Stevens was probably taken out because he knew the depth of Obama's involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood's Middle East takeover goal. That's not to say Obama had anybody killed, just that it's a fact that Stevens was supplying weapons to Al Qaeda... in doing so, he had to work with alot of Muslim Bros, like the PM of Turkey, Endogan, and Al Qaeda leaders... Steven's had Obama's whole movie figured out... and certainly had enough to bring down a presidency... Stevens probably caught pneumonia breathing that "fog of war".
Barnlady Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 12:48 PM
Wow, never thought about Stevens being targeted... It would be a very good explanation for not sending help...

To a large group of Americans, the Benghazi story looks simple. Only the fog of politics and the media’s protection of the president obscure an ugly narrative.  This article is long because the extent of denial, dissembling, and delusion is hard to describe briefly.

It’s possible, though unlikely, there are reasonable explanations for the administration’s policies leading to September 11, for the command decisions made that night, and for the government’s still-shifting stories since about all that happened.

It’s not possible there’s an honorable explanation for the national media’s dismissive refusal to press...