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January 28, 2013

During the weeks before the November presidential election, questions about the Sept. 11 attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans came primarily from Republican....

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laker88

Jan-30-13 3:13 PM

Tot...Wow, that was quite the story. The National Enquirer would be proud. Architect....Blaming the press for Romney's loss??..oh please!..The GOP has moved so far to the right that the blame lies from within. Obama should send the teabaggers a thank you note.

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TiredOfTax

Jan-30-13 1:07 PM

Usedto, I have got to admit that my sentence structure needs improvement and that my huge strong fingers hit a lot of keys that are not intended but if you cannot understand the meaning of my posts it has something more to do with your comprehension than the grammar. On The Obama story, it may at first seem far fetched but it makes more sense than "how could we have known that someone was out to harm Americans" Lets look at the facts that we should agree on. 1) There are a LOT of people in the middle east that want to harm Americans. 2) On September 11th in such places there should be heightened security. 3) if it were your job to protect the presidents representatives around the world and at a time of war you fail to do just that, you should not be commended you should be fired.

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drugsrus

Jan-30-13 8:57 AM

ToT- that's a stretch, BUT a) it was Sept. 11, b) they did have intel that "something" was about to happen, and still did nothing. It has been revealed that the ambassador was a CIA op and should not have been where he was.

Either way barry and the gang mishandled the whole thing.

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usedtolivethere

Jan-30-13 7:26 AM

TOT once again abhors name calling....pot, meet the kettle

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usedtolivethere

Jan-30-13 7:24 AM

That sure was rambling

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TiredOfTax

Jan-30-13 7:15 AM

We all know who the true condescending fake is without the name calling or mention of their blog name at all. But back on topic... Benghazi was arranged by Obama as an October surprise to help him get re-elected. The ambassador who was left unprotected was to be taken hostage, his captors would hold him and negotiate with Obama until right before the election when by the act of Obama they would be freed. Yeah Obama! Except that the Navy seals that are highly skilled did not accept the stand down orders and by going in to aid their fellow Americans they killed a lot of Obama's comrades and they felt betrayed so they abandoned the deal and killed the ambassador and aids out of spite. That is why it took the Obama administration so long to switch to facts instead of the made up story where the book created the problem and HE was the hero that saved them.

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drugsrus

Jan-29-13 8:30 PM

swizzer - so you're saying that the Bengazhi thing was just a bump in the road and Hilary and Barry did the best they could being so far away from the event???

Let the impeachment begin

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 8:08 PM

TheArchitect, you haven't exactly proven yourself to be very bright. I find it mindboggling how you'd rather interpret blogs and inuendo versus facts. You're a fake and you know it.

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TheArchitect

Jan-29-13 6:34 PM

"tommylarry" has it right. This was a political cover-up from the beginning, and there was no questioning by the party in leadership and the press. When you can effectively control the flow of information to the public through the media, it is possible to re-elect a failed president. Many posters comments prove this point.

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 3:00 PM

EVRGreen, Sowell is a noted conservative; of course he's going to go against whatever the Democrat Clinton says.

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EVRGreen

Jan-29-13 2:36 PM

Thomas Sowell's article explains it: Clinton's Angry Outburst On Benghazi Was Meant To Deceive—Not Enlighten Here's the link -*******news.investors****/ibd-editorials-on-the-right/012813-642206-clinton-testimony-failed-to-address-continued-attacks-by-al-qaida.htm

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 1:36 PM

taxtired, what's there to laugh about?

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taxtired

Jan-29-13 12:58 PM

rs , We always need a good laugh.

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Hilltopper

Jan-29-13 12:47 PM

RS: Your case is dismissed on a technicality.

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 12:39 PM

Hilltopper, I was referring to Cuban-Americans, as in born here of Cuban ancestry or Cuban immigrants who have become naturalized citizens. They have always voted R.

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 12:38 PM

taxtired, 'I care not what you think. '

sure you do, or you wouldn't go bonkers whenever i disagreed with you.

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Hilltopper

Jan-29-13 12:35 PM

rs: Cubans can't vote either way, you have to be American to vote in the USA. Expanding on that, there are way too many classifications listed on applications and background checks. Are you a woman, black, hispanic, native American, oriental? What difference does it make other than affording a minority special consideration based on gender and race. I hope I live until 2035 when hispanics will be in the majority and I get to check one of those boxes for special consideration.

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taxtired

Jan-29-13 11:55 AM

rs , I care not what you think. You are a nobody hiding behide computer names tring to impress people. There is a word for that.

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 11:28 AM

taxtired you should say less 'i hear' or 'i heard' and more 'i read' if you want people to take you seriously.

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 11:26 AM

Scarecrow57, Cubans are the one hispanic group that vote Republican. See Florda if you need your example.

You lost. Give it up.

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rschweizer

Jan-29-13 11:25 AM

Scarecrow57, my wife is Hispanic (Argentine) with with a college and master's degree from two of the top engineering schools in the country. Educated? Absolutely. Republican? No way.

Also, any social scientist will tell you that statistically speaking, higher education grads are more likely to vote Democrat. This is an actual fact, unlike whatever your brain is telling you today or this hour.

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taxtired

Jan-29-13 8:22 AM

oh, And you are off topic again.

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taxtired

Jan-29-13 8:21 AM

rs, Your last comment just goes to prove you are narcissistic.

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Scarecrow57

Jan-29-13 8:15 AM

"not all 'latinos' (sic) vote democrat. in particular there is one hispanic (sic) group that never, ever, ever votes democrat. i'll (sic) bet you know that group"

I know the answer!!! The educated ones vote Republican.

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taxtired

Jan-29-13 7:53 AM

rs Yes i do know that group. They snuck across the border. They do not vote either way for fear of being sent back. I hear obama is going to give them a free pass though. it is on todays news. You might want to watch it.

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