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How Long Does It Take to Tell a President His CIA Director is Under Investigation?

Rick 2811 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:00 AM
Won't it be great if the salacious details of Pretrasus' illicit affair that both "Times" has avoided leads of us to the true details and reporting of the terrorists murders in Benghazi. The NY&LA Times can avoid reporting on Benghazi--especially before the election--but now being stuck having to report on a sex scandal to sell papers might give America the avenue for finding truth about those murders. Of course, doing this after Obama's election will be less costly...not embarrassment though that they missed it to begin with...ethics. truth and results for a determined Machiavellian are not a problem !!

Here is the answer Americans are now supposed to believe: longer than it took for the White House to discover a YouTube video did not inspire the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.

In June 2010, President Obama fired Gen. Stanley McChrystal as the U.S. commander in Afghanistan because McChrystal had criticized civilian administration officials in the presence of a writer from Rolling Stone. Obama immediately named Gen. David Petraeus -- hero of the Iraq surge -- the new field commander in Afghanistan.

While Petraeus was in Afghanistan, a woman named Paula Broadwell "embedded" in...