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This Benghazi horror just gets worse and worse every day. Obama and Hillary and everyone else involved should be thrown in jail.
Per Rush this is worse than Iran Contra. Libtards won’t care and nor does the MSM.
Thanks for the thread; didn’t see any pings yet.
Still using 2 browsers to get in here; Opera for WMAL/Rush and Firefox on FR. Slow as heck now, as compared to this morning. Did a hamster go to sickbay? LOL. Better late than never, I guess.
Good for Reuters:
Yes, FR very slow.
This is not surprising:
Is Newly Appointed Libya Investigator an Islamist-Sympathizer With Ties to CAIR?
Slow to respond.
misuse/misrepresented use of $$
reluctance toward ANY semblence of tranparancy
Are we certain this site isnt being run by the obama administration?/s
Reuters, Rush, FOX and Drudge.
The MSM will have to pick it up. I keep checking NYT.
I find it helpful if I don’t get a refresh right away I stop it and then try again and it usually goes through.
The “undecided” (dumbest, most unread, unintelligent, unprincipled, uninformed) people (or liars)are the targets of the debates.
What the candidates say is really unimportant. Most would not understand half of any policies they would talk about.
The uninformed are not going to become informed by three debates
What is going on with FR?
I am shocked!! shocked!!
Say it ain’t so
I wish your tagline was a yard sigh.
These statements are not equivalents;
TRANSCRIPT: Presidential Debate on Foreign Policy at Lynn University
Obama Now with respect to Libya, as I indicated in the last debate, when we received that phone call, I immediately made sure that, number one, that we did everything we could to secure those Americans who were still in harms way;
Transcript of Second Presidential Debate
OBAMA: So as soon as we found out that the Benghazi consulate was being overrun, I was on the phone with my national security team and I gave them three instructions.
Number one, beef up our security and procedures, not just in Libya, but at every embassy and consulate in the region.
Number two, investigate exactly what happened, regardless of where the facts lead us, to make sure folks are held accountable and it doesnt happen again.
And number three, we are going to find out who did this and were going to hunt them down, because one of the things that Ive said throughout my presidency is when folks mess with Americans, we go after them.
From the last debate, Freedom came up 4 times, all Romney,
ROMNEY: I wish that, looking back at the beginning of the presidents term and even further back than that, that wed have recognized that there was a growing energy and passion for 1. freedom in that part of the world, and that we would have worked more aggressively with our friend and with other friends in the region to have them make the transition towards a more representative form of government, such that it didnt explode in the way that it did.
But once it exploded, I felt the same as the president did, which is these 2. freedom voices and the streets of Egypt, where the people who were speaking of our principles and the President Mubarak had done things which were unimaginable and the idea of him crushing his people was not something that we could possibly support.
ROMNEY: Well I I absolutely believe that America has a a responsibility, and the privilege of helping defend 3. freedom and promote the principles that that make the world more peaceful. And those principles include human rights, human dignity, free enterprise, 4. freedom of expression, elections.