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Report: Obama Was Briefed on Benghazi Terrorism Connection Days Before Susan Rice's Public Denials

theoriginalbryce Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 2:35 PM
Buck O, "Benghazi, a one of attack at a distant consulate..." is an example of a noun phrase followed by an adverb phrase and a locative prepositional phrase. You did not print the full sentence that's all I can tell you. Please print the full sentence.
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 2:53 PM
"You did not print the full sentence that,s all I can tell you," is an example of a fused sentence. You ran two independent clauses together with no punctuation whatsoever. "Benghazi" is a noun, not a noun phrase. "One of attack" is an adjective phrase, not an adverb phrase. That's not all I can tell you, but it will suffuce.
Henry VIII Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 2:39 PM
brycie, you've got big IQ problems, I don't think correcting Buck's sentence structure is time spent wisely.
Buck O Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 2:38 PM
You print it. Then explain it. Your "sentence" has no subject or predicate.
Buck O Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 2:39 PM
Oh, and lest I forget, "illiterate" - "Marked by inferiority to an expected standard of familiarity with language and literature."

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Just last week, the president adamantly defended his Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, who is widely rumored to be a leading contender to replace Hillary Clinton at State.  Rice appeared on all five Sunday morning shows on September 16, five days after the deadly 9/11 attacks.  She advanced three core assertions for public consumption:

(1) The the violence had spilled over from "spontaneous" protests over an internet video.  (There were no protests outside of the Benghazi consulate leading up to the...