Skip to comments.Facebook censors Navy SEALs for claiming Obama denied them help
Posted on 11/01/2012 3:31:51 AM PDT by tobyhill
Social media giant Facebook has removed a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS), which shed negative light on US President Obama for denying a request for military support in Benghazi before the deadly attack on the consulate.
The message came in the form of a meme, accompanied by an image of Obama, smiling while holding his ears, next to an image of former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Obama called the SEALs and THEY got bin Laden, the meme states. When the SEALs called Obama, THEY GOT DENIED.
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America (the stupid America) is addicted to the instant communication phenominom (sp?), whether twitter or facebook or whatever
(In MY day it was ICQ .. )
It has become common, following a news article (f'rinstance), to have hyperlinks at the end to send that article to someone, and many of those articles don't provide a link for regular e-mail, but a whole bunch of these girly sounding things.
AND, they demand, for the truly insane, up to TWO "words" that test an old man's ability to read before being "allowed" to send it.
America needs to get away from itself and and stop saying "follow me on twitter" but start talking to their neighbors.
America might find that those ugly or weird people next to you (SO uncool and unsophisticated) really DO think like you and that you should never had bought into the lie that you should not talk about sex, religion and politics.
And stop tsk tsk'ing under yoour breath every day when you open the newspaper, or the mail, or the e-mail, or FreeRepublic, or ANYthing and find America swamped in the mire of sexual, religious and political problems that should never had been ...
if we had only coalesced around a solution
with our neighbors beforehand.
if you like this article .. copy and paste it to your ego tripping, instant gratification account of choice
Why aren’t we hearing from the people that were rescued in Bengazzi? There were plenty that are still alive. Why aren’t they speaking?
Facebook says it was a “mistake”.
Of course it was.
If only we could boycott Facebook.
yes, you would expect reporters swarming to get interviews from them, over such a dramatic story of survival, wouldn't you?
Most likely they were told that one word of conversation with a reporter would cost them their jobs and pensions.
Not speaking because they are CIA agents. Not supposed to speak in any circumstance.