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Disturbed by Benghazi

May 19, 2013

Clayton Kleppen, Columbus I think it is time to stop the chatter about if they covered up facts about the Benghazi incident. It is obvious they have lied about the facts....

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May-19-13 8:44 AM

Time to drag them all in under oath and ss if they wish to "change" their stories again!!!

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May-19-13 10:01 AM

The right wing fuzz machine claims another in Columbus. There is a reason the Repubs have backed down, there is nothing there. This was a CIA hangout. 7 diplomats and 28 CIA operatives there. More political garbage from the right. The obstructionist are running wild. But, goofy in Columbus watches Fox News and listens to Rush. Ha

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May-19-13 11:56 AM

Strong assertions, wanna back them up with facts buster?

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May-19-13 2:57 PM

with our administration lying and doing nothing about the murder of our ambassador it sends a huge message of weakness to the world wait till the next shoe drops...

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May-19-13 4:11 PM

Clayton Kleppen is apparently fighting his own personal war on terror . . . and losing . . .

But, Clay does bring up an intriguing legal question:

If Americans die in a terrorist attack, can we prosecute our own Commander-in-Chief for negligence or dereliction of duty?

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May-19-13 4:14 PM

During the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks under George W. Bush -- 2,977 Americans were killed.

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May-19-13 6:31 PM

The POTUS is an ineffectual simpleton in over his head, simply unable to control his own government.

Something like this that shakes the very foundations of our trust in our government and it's institutions and is possibly illegal is described as "customer service"? I don't care how high up it was known about. It happened on Obama's and Geithner watch and they are accountable. It's their people, they appointed or hired them, and they failed in their due diligence obligations

He spent his time appointing Czars and 122 days on the golf course. The Czars were mostly all of left wing radical persuasion. Is this what we want enforcing Obamacare? Is this what 51% voted for.

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May-19-13 11:49 PM

Real issues.

Like, is the unemployment rate significantly below 8%?

Do people have confidence in this current economy?

Has there been real bipartisan support for any issues in DC?

Why can't this administration face allegations head on?

Why isn't this administration held responsible for its actions?

Why all the deflection from issues?

Is nobody supposed to question those in government anymore?

Since when?

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May-20-13 8:21 AM

the real scandel is the media covering up for Obama like cats cover up stuff in the litter box... our media is in the same league as PRAVDA and could be run by Goebbels

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May-20-13 11:57 AM

The Media are Pretending that Republicans aren't Lying?

Horse feathers.

Since when have the Republicans had advocates in the media, other than what the libs fondly refer to as Faux News?

What I'd like is some honest reporters interested in digging up facts & figures to do either of the following: 1) help to prove the allegations against the administration or 2) help to dismiss them.

Sensational stories aside, responsible investigative journalists should be applying for this situation.

Where are the Bob Woodwards of today?

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May-20-13 11:59 AM

The new billdoesnt's schtick is pretty lame. Yeah, that GIT IT persona.

What are you, in third grade?

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May-20-13 7:04 PM

Polls Schmolls

Why should I trust those opinions?

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May-21-13 9:33 AM

willgrr, broad supposition again.

I don't believe ANY poll.

They're all good, bad and ugly.

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May-21-13 9:37 AM

Republican Meet the Press?

Oxymoron, billgitmo.

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