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What a great week for Romney. What a bad week for the American public thanks to the lying media.
First off, the "lie of the year" turns out to be true. Romney told the truth, the media lied to protect Obama.
Secondly, during the debates, Romney said Al-Qaeda was overtaking northern Mali. Obama's reaction to that statement: a smirk and chuckle.
Gotta love this stuff.
Seems like there was a lot of news misinformation in this story. I would like to know about the Americans involved. What were these Americans doing there? Were they US bred and born Americans of naturalized "Americans".
Seems like the weakness and capitulation towards Muslim terrorists across the globe by the Kenyan-In -Chief has cost even more lives. Benghazi was only another in a deadly progression. Iran, Egypt, libya, mali, Algeria... yes bammy will give us an unrepayable debt, ecomonic collapse, rationed very expensive healthcare, a disarmed populace so he can remain in power indefinitely ala Chavez and Putin, and "peace in out time". right, Mr.
president"? But hey, Evita Obama got a haircut and that's the real news, right Obama media?
It was an Algerian-led operation; 55 are dead. If the US had been allowed to handle this, we would have at least 32 new militants enjoying the sun and fun at GITMO, and by Tuesday, they'd be eligible for unemployment, welfare, and food stamps. OUR military would have extracted live bodies; our politicians would have granted the benefits.
It was refreshing to see Leon Panetta immediately call this for what it was, a terrorist attack and not a spontaneous protest caused by a video. Good thing to see al-Qaida is decimated and on the run. At least that’s what we were told during the election. How is it that Obama can deal with the Sandy Hook shooting within a month of it happening but I haven’t heard squat from him on how he plans to deal with the fallout of Benghazi and that’s been 3+ months now? Nothing to see here folks, move along.
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