MARCH 2012 : (LEON PANETTA CLAIMS "NOT-SO-FRIENDLY FIRE" INCIDENTS IN AFGHANISTAN ARE NOT PART OF A BROADER PATTERN ----LIAR OR IDIOT?) In December 2009, our commander in chief went to West Point and proclaimed that he would withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by 2014. Since then, he has proudly emphasized that "We are on a course to end this war responsibly."Now U.S. and NATO troops and loyal Afghan soldiers and police officers are reaping the bitter harvest of the seeds that Barack Obama planted with those words. In March, after an insider attack that killed two British commandos, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the assaults by individuals wearing Afghan police or military uniforms weren't part of "any kind of broad pattern of activity." That perception has been altered by events on the ground in Afghanistan. ..(Excerpt) Read more at creators.com ------Bitter Harvest (Oliver North), Creators Syndicate ^ | August 17, 2012 | Oliver North , Posted on Thursday, August 16, 2012 8:47:42 PM by jazusamo
Goes along with the Obama admin claim that the the Ft Hood massacre was not an act of terrorism, as well as the recruiting center shootings in Arkansas, which denied those troops and their families their due recognition in the WOT in spite of those attacks sharing AQAP figure Anqar al Awlaki, as did 9/11, the Toronto 18, the missing Somali cases, and undybomber Abdul Mutallab.
More lying by omission on the part of the Obama admin:
The letter to Attorney General Eric Holder and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta suggests the administration waited until Daqduq was in Iraqi custody before filing murder, terrorism and other charges. It also states the administration intentionally kept information from Capitol Hill lawmakers, who learned about the purported charges and Daqduqs ordered release through New York Times stories. Eight pages of charges ... appears to indicate that either the administration was purposefully withholding information from Congress or it had not done the due diligence required to file charges, states the letter signed by Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the committees ranking GOP lawmaker,... Hill GOP wants answers on Hezbollah leader tied to soldiers killings, set for release , foxnews.com ^ | 5/17/12 | foxnews , Thursday, May 17, 2012 2:43:22 PM · by ColdOne http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/05/16/hill-gop-wants-answers-on-hezbollah-leader-tied-to-soldiers-killings-set-for/?test=latestnews