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To: Berlin_Freeper

While I realize there are a lot of factors involved in the race, with the economy being number one, I can’t help but believe that the average American doesn’t like what he/she sees with regards to the Libya fiasco. Any patriotic American and veterans in particular, can’t like the building evidence that our “I will be honest with you” President not only let four Americans die but went on to try to bury the incident and condemn the Republicans for “politicizing” it. Worse yet, was the fact that the press spent the first three days slamming Romney for “politicizing” it when they should have been spending that time trying to get ot the bottom of what happened.

Bottom line, this issue may not cause a large shift in voting but even a couple percentage points could result in an Obama loss - with the cover-up hurting him even more than the event, itself.


5 posted on 10/28/2012 5:24:31 AM PDT by onevoter
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To: onevoter

I agree. I also must say that I am impressed with CBS and CNN for at least covering parts of the story - it is unusual to see this.


17 posted on 10/28/2012 6:26:20 AM PDT by PghBaldy
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