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Libya Aftermath: Commander-in-Chief Attends Vegas Campaign Rally

Serpentdove Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 11:58 PM
Dot, I understand your argument, but I have to ask, who says that "war" must be in accordance with your definition. Of course terrorism is a tactic, but that does not eliminate a tactic as being an ACT of war. And if we follow that logic, then the war is the nation that harbors, supports or encourages such "tactics". That makes us at war with Libya, if you need to put a label on whether it is a "war" or a "tactic". You can play with words if you like, but your words cannot define out of existence the fact that the Libyans declared war on the United States, by your use of the words.

Since our beloved media has chosen to go wall-to-wall with their absurd "gaffy-horserace-optics" meta narrative, might they also get the vapors over what our sitting Commander-in-Chief is up to tonight?  Do me a favor and go read (or re-read) these posts.  How many urgent, distressing, open questions still remain in this ongoing crisis, as the American death toll climbs to six?  With all that in mind, ta-da:

President Barack Obama’s Wednesday afternoon speech in Las Vegas is being delayed by about 45 minutes, according...