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  • agolferbogie agolferbogie Nov 4, 2012 11:20 AM Flag

    Finally, newspapers finding a story in Benghazi

     

    Piece it all together, and there you have it: a narrative that provides context to the administration's rapidly-falling-apart storyline on Benghazi.

    Some in the mainstream media have attempted to minimize the administration's Benghazi missteps as the product of understandable confusion given the "fog of war." Others see a Fox News hatchet job on a vulnerable Democratic incumbent president. Hopefully, most will at least ask themselves why a now-discredited explanation about a video few have ever seen was so feverishly peddled to the American public — and the world.

    An American ambassador and three other Americans are dead. Inexplicably, one of the most dangerous consulates (and most vulnerable ambassadors) in the world lacked a Marine detail. A no-name amateur filmmaker is still being held in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Detention Center without bond. Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice remain silent.

    The American people deserve the truth, Vegas fundraisers and important elections notwithstanding.

    Copyright © 2012, The Baltimore Sun

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    • He did what his hero Hittller did and D mon ized someone else, in this case, the film maker, in order to divert the blame from HIM, where it belongs.

      We now know for a fact that Hussein and his henchmen watched those men die from the situation room and DID NOTHING other than call out for pizza so that they could enjoy their bird's eye view of everything going on over there before heading off to campaign in Sin City.

 
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