Petraeus to Congress: CIA believed early on that terrorists were behind Libya consulate attack

  • Article by: KIMBERLY DOZIER and NEDRA PICKLER , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 16, 2012 - 8:05 PM
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drfranktNov. 16, 1212:43 PM

It could not have been terrorists. The messiah assured us, during his busy campaign schedule, that he killed Bin Laden and had Al-Quida on the run. He wouldn't have had his people lie to us, would he?

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drichmnNov. 16, 12 4:54 PM

Another conservative conspiracy theory bites the dust.

"The recently resigned spy chief explained that references to terrorist groups suspected of carrying out the violence were removed from the public explanation of what caused the attack so as not to alert them that U.S. intelligence was on their trail, according to lawmakers who attended Petraeus' private briefings.

He also said it initially was unclear whether the militants had infiltrated a demonstration to cover their attack."

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drichmnNov. 16, 12 4:58 PM

"He wouldn't have had his people lie to us, would he?" .... try reading the article. "The general was adamant there was no politicization of the process, no White House interference or political agenda," said Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. "He completely debunked that idea."

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luzhishenNov. 16, 1210:42 PM

"He wouldn't have had his people lie to us, would he?" If he thought it would help him get the people who killed our people, why not? Countries do it all the time, even if Rove and Limbaugh think they should be in the loop. Were you also upset when he attended the White House Press Corps event and didn't spill the beans about the Bin Laden attack?

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barbjensNov. 17, 12 7:24 AM

This is why I often wonder WHY is it that people want "instant" answers. I suppose Obama should have notified the Public about his "journey" in finding Bin Laden also. There are some things that if public has too much knowledge it can hinder what they are trying to achieve.

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