Skip to comments.Benghazi Debacle Defies Logic
Posted on 05/06/2014 2:23:54 PM PDT by kingattax
I drove my little truck to the store this morning. I'm just a guitar player, but here's a little ditty that people with a hint of brain matter might want to attempt to comprehend in an America gone politically correct berserk.
On my person and in my 1974 Ford Bronco, as standard daily content, I had more security and firepower on my way to fetch some milk and bread than did the US Embassy in Benghazi, Syria, on Sept. 11, 20012.
Really think about that for a minute, if you dare.
At my American dream mile marker of 65.5 years, my spirit is tested daily beyond comprehension by the indescribable abuse of power, criminal corruption, abject dishonesty, and sheer buffoonery by my government every time I turn around.
Sure, we could give ourselves more headaches by asking long overdue and appropriate questions about the audacity of the very existence of the IRS much less its gangster targeting of political opponents and refusal to fess up in an administration that campaigned on the promise of a new honest and open transparency.
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Let me just say you have great taste in vehicles, love the old Bronco’s.
Common sense from Uncle Ted.
That right there's funny.
Because Benghazi is all about Syria, and Al Qaeda. Not Libya or lies.
Right On Nugent!
“I’m just a guitar player” he said. LOL!!!
Even for the ridiculous charade that it was, it was handled with stupefying incompetency. Four guys dying on the vine like that - unforgivable. What is most incredible about the aftermath is the success with which a cover story that wouldn’t have sufficed to get a cookie-faced 5-year-old off was allowed, even encouraged by the media in order not to hurt 0bama’s presidential campaign. There isn’t a gallows big enough for all the guilty in this wretched affair but I’ll volunteer to help build one.
The obsession with political correctness is a form of national insanity that is slowly and surely destroying a once great nation.
I had a 1976 Bronco.....Wish I’d never sold it.