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What We Know Now

wbonnie Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 4:04 AM
“Mission Accomplished.” On this 11th anniversary of 9/11, we are finally out of Iraq. We soon will also be leaving Afghanistan, where a Marine base on Tuesday flew a flag in honor of fallen FDNY Captain Pat Brown of Ladder 3. He was a Marine in the Vietnam War, a never accomplished mission perpetuated by IKEs in the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations. He was called a baby killer when he returned home, and he became an uncommonly brave baby saver with the FDNY

There are several facts that are now beginning to trickle out into the MSM, and important to note for anyone with eyes to see:

(1) A local security official in Benghazi says he warned Americans three days before the 9/11/12 attacks that the security situation was deteriorating.


(2) Heavy machine guns and rocket propelled grenades were used to attack the consulate from three sides simultaneously (hardly the indicia of a spontaneous anti-movie protest).



(3) The information about an American...