"He never gives up, he will argue this for four years if it means he gets the last word and says you are a liar."
Only losers "give up" when they are right and there is not benefit in letting it ride. I will and have move(d) on if I can see where you may have a point or reason to believe as you do.
Your "Obama said it was an act of terror the next day" is without any support and indeed debunked by the left wing moderator herself, you should move on and try to think of a good reason the President lies and covers up so you can defend that because that story is far beyond the "president didn't lie" stage.
"There is something wtrong with him. For the third time I think it is, I am done with him."
Sounds to me like that suggests there's something wrong with you. You're like a little kid coming inside with welts all over him and saying "no, mom, I didn't prod at the wasp's nest again, really."
Your "Obama said it was an act of terror the next day" is without any support and indeed debunked by the left wing moderator herself
THAT'S QUITE A WHOPPER, SINCE THE TRANSCRIPT, SAYING IT, HAS BEEN SHOWN TO YOU, AND CROWLEY, AS WE ALL SAW HER SAY LIVE, "HE DID SAY ACTS OF TERROR" TO YOUR LOSER BOY ROMNEY, OR WHATEVER HIS NAME WAS.. HAW HAW HAW HAWR
SHOW THE PROOF IF YOU ARE RIGHT, WHICH OF COURSE IS IMPOSSIBLE, ALL YOU HAVE IS YOUR IDLE CHATTER.
I find it disgraceful that the Republicans are politicizing the tragic events at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
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A paramilitary soldier guards the U.S. Consulate in Karachi, Pakistan, in 2002, after an attack in which 10 people died. There were several lethal attacks on U.S. diplomatic stations when George W. Bush was president, but Democrats didn't call for a "Watergate-style commission," as Republicans have in the Benghazi, Libya, attack, a reader says.
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Not long before these horrific events, the same Republican lawmakers voted against a request by the State Department for additional funding at diplomatic facilities in troubled countries. As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, these funding cuts would be "detrimental to America's national security."