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The Smoking Gun of the Benghazi Cover-up

RHSimard Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 10:45 AM
It's increasingly clear that anything this administration tells the public is concocted either for advantage or damage control. Whatever best suits the purpose that the public will buy is what we get. Truth is involved only when convenient. Look above at "We recommend": "Carney: We Didn't Lie About Libya, We Just Had Different Facts At the Time"
DedeGreene Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 11:20 AM
Cowardice?

I beg to differ, sir. Its cold, . . calculating, . . and sinister. I haven't been this ashamed of a U.S. President in all my life. Richard Nixon/Watergate was "boys skipping school" compared to this. How can any president watch Americans, their own people, die in real time, . .and wave it off like its nothing ought to offend every damn body, 'R' or 'D'!.

Its. time to vote to have a patriot in the Oval Office of all places; .A president has to defend the nation's sovereignty/citizens - whether he/she abhors war/bloodshed or not.

PO isn't willing so its time for Barack and "Chelle" to go home..
same10 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 12:11 PM
...just bumps in the road!
DedeGreene Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 11:19 AM
Cowardice?

I beg to differ, sir. Its cold, . . calculating, . . and sinister. I haven't been this ashamed of a U.S. President in all my life. Richard Nixon/Watergate was "boys skipping school" compared to this. How can any president watch Americans, their own people, die in real time, . .and wave it off like its nothing ought to offend every damn body, 'R' or 'D'!.

Its. time to vote to have a patriot in the Oval Office of all places; .A president has to defend the nation's sovereignty/citizens - whether he/she abhors war/bloodshed or not.

PO isn't willing so its time for Barack and "Chelle" to go home..
On June 6 of this year, a bomb planted at the U.S. compound in Benghazi ripped a 12-foot-wide hole in the outer wall.

On June 11, the British ambassador's motorcade was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade, wounding a medic and doctor. The next day, the ambassador was gone and the British Benghazi post was closed.

At the same time, the Red Cross, after a second attack, shut down and fled the city.

"When that occurred," says Lt. Col. Andrew Wood, who headed the military security team in Tripoli, "we were the last flag flying in Benghazi; we were the last thing...