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McCain on Benghazi: Yeah, I Got a Pretty Good Idea Why Obama Would Mislead the American Public

Seawolf Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 9:56 AM
The very simple answer to all of this is obama didn't want a possible Blackhawk down which would prove the bad guys were NOT "on their heels" but quite active. He put his re-election ahead of his duty to protect Americans and he got these heroes killed. Then, he lied, sent Rice out to cover his a$$ with HER lies, blackmailed Petreaus into spouting the regimes lies and tried to ride it out. If we do this right, we can rid ourselves of this commie usurper....this is 1000 times worse than Watergate, no way should this guy escape removal, 4 men are DEAD because of him.
Frank568 Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 6:21 PM
I think you hit the nail on the head. Enough said.
O.C. Lady Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 11:07 AM
Impeaching and removing a president from office is not easily done. The Senate would never agree to it - NEVER. I would imagine Mr. Obama is not surpirsed to hear these words mentioned in rrelation to him, but he has an army of syncophants and idealogical butt-kissers who will stop at nothing to protect him and his regime, and no matter how it was managed - whether with internet media watchers and programmers and stylists or fraudulent voting or paying people off - no matter WHAT it was - he got re-elected - by hook or by crook. And he's NOT worried. It is now full steam ahead, nothing can stop him for a while at least, and I don't believe the American public has the stomach or the inclination to take anyone on the Left to task .
Frank568 Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 6:23 PM
The demos would NEVER vote to impeach even if he deserted the country to join Al Qaeda.

On CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday morning Arizona Senator John McCain made an astute if obvious observation about why the Obama administration would feel inclined to mislead Americans about the deadly raid (read: terrorist attack) on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya last September: It interferes with their erroneous “al Qaeda is on the run” talking point (via Mediaite):