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CIA Holding Secret Prisoners in Benghazi?

ShesKindaHot Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:10 PM
Here is what I do know. The USA, essentially, had a balanced budget at the end of Bubba Clinton's presidency. The Republican party, then, single-handedly pisssed it all away. Let's see, social engineering project in Iraq, nation building in Afghanistan, pork barrel spending explosion, No Child Left Behind, ethanol mandates, Medicare Prescription, Faith Based Initiatives, airline bailout, auto bailout, insurance company bailout, Wall Street bailout, federally regulated bank bailout and federally non-regulated bank bailout. And all paid for with our precious George W. Bush tax cut. Who said "when the Iraqis stand up, we can stand down"? And when did he say it?
Jefferson's Ghost Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 1:09 PM
Did you graduate from high school? If so, were you asleep during US government?

1. The president cannot cut taxes. Only Congress has the power to tax and spend. Bush may have proposed the cuts, but a majority voting block comprised of Dem and Repubs approved them.
2. If you want to talk about social engineering, don't forget the War on Poverty (estimated to cost $20 trillion since 1960). This year alone, welfare programs will cost just under $1 trillion.
3. Congress is composed of both a Senate and a House. These bodies have switched between Dem control and Repub control several times since 2000. Congress spends the money, remember?
MudontheTires Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:25 PM
"Here is what I do know. The USA, essentially, had a balanced budget at the end of Bubba Clinton's presidency."

You obviously know nothing but prog propaganda. The last time America had a ballanced budget was in 1957. Look at The US Treasury website for proof.

GFY Sybil.

According to David Petraeus' mistress number one, Paula Broadwell, the CIA annex and U.S. consulate in Benghazi may have been attacked on 9/11 in an effort to free Libyan prisoners the CIA was secretly holding.

In 2009, the Obama administration signed an executive order banning secret CIA interrogation prisons overseas.

Saying that “our ideals give us the strength and moral high ground” to combat terrorism, President Obama signed executive orders Thursday ending the Central Intelligence Agency’s secret overseas prisons, banning coercive interrogation methods and closing...