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Confirmed: Obama Made No Calls, Took No Action During Benghazi Attack

Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 7:58 PM
hospitals, factories and other structures with mass capacity? Should we have closed down nuclear power plants, water processing plants, electrical facilities, and all other utilities? We probably should have shut down interstate commerce, the interstate highway system and banned all heavy trucks and SUVs, which could be used as car bombs. It probably would have been prudent, since no specifics were given in the PDB, to order all Americans to bubblewrap their homes, drink only boiled water, eat only foods that they grow, remain indoors listening to Alex Jones after receiving a bevy of immunisations or just plain kill themselves. After George Bush had issued all of those Executive Orders protecting Americans from every conceivable danger,
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 7:59 PM
Yes, I'm sure that you would have applauded Shrub, if he had taken all of those actions on unactionable intelligence in a PDB. Snarkfreakalicious!
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 7:59 PM
he then could have sent Congress home, revoked habeas corpus as Abraham Lincoln did, declared martial law, and instituted laws like Woodrow Wilson did that criminalised criticism and protest of the government and its national security and defence actions, including making war. In fact, people making antiwar statements at their own dinner tables could be charged under the Espionage Act...just like during the Progressive administration of President Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat.

So, while we waited for Osama's "determined strike," we could have just destroyed our Constitution, civil liberties, civil society, and economy....thereby rendering any attack by al Qaeda unnecessary.

Last week, Lindsey Graham's unrelenting line of questioning compelled Defense Secretary Leon Panetta to confirm under oath that not a single military asset was deployed to help rescue besieged US personnel in the course of a terrorist raid in Benghazi, Libya.  The September 11, 2012 attack lasted nearly eight hours, during which four Americans died, including our sitting ambassador.  Multiple requests for increased security in the weeks and months leading up to the massacre were denied.  Urgent warnings that the Benghazi consulate couldn't withstand a...