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  • ricky1820l ricky1820l Sep 25, 2012 10:01 PM Flag

    Are the killers of the Libyan embassy staff Obama's bin laden

    Will these killers ever be brought to justice under Obama? bin laden was found by using intellgence gathering tactics under W but Obama has eliminated these and released terrorists from Gismo that lead the attack on this embassy. Dr Shakil Afridi, a government surgeon who helped the CIA uncover Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts, was sentenced to 33 years for treason Obama has made no attempt to obtain his release, how willing will informants be to assist knowing Obama will not protect them?

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    • Bin Laden died in 2001. Bush and now the Kenyan kept the fairy tale alive to further their NWO agenda and have an excuse for the massive police state they've built. Suggest too that you do some checking on the "Ambassador" that was killed. Apparently his Ambassadorial duties entailed the delivery of weapons to those that killed Khadaffi. If so, then he got what he deserved.

    • Congress is calling for more and complete answers about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya -- where four Americans were killed – the administration’s response so far bizarre.

      It seems that with each passing day, the situation surrounding the administration’s response to the terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya becomes more bizarre. The United States Congress and the American people are still waiting to get straight answers.

      the strike a “deliberate and carefully planned terrorist attack.

      Rep. Peter King who heads the House Homeland Security Committee, on Friday called for Rice to resign over her "misleading" statements.

      The consulate, as well as U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and the three other Americans killed, did not have adequate security and why FBI investigators have yet to reach the crime scene.

      Just 18 days ago the administration judged that it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded and it was safe for our ambassador to come through the city with a small security detail. What has changed in Libya in such a short time that even FBI agents, our most elite investigative personnel, cannot safely enter the city? What has led to such a precipitous decline?

      America wants answers.

    • BO has failed to defeat al-Qaida, and quell anti-American sentiment in the Muslim world. BO has shown a failure of foreign policy message and leadership. Will the organiziers of this attack ever be brough to justice. BO has yet to identify who they are, America wants justice and little is being done under BO.

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      • Unfortunately he or no other US President will kill al-Qaida. It is a loose organization, but a wide organization. It is not so much of an organization these days as it is a philosophy of life for radical Islam. There are too many of them to kill them all. There are too many 'leaders' in this vast organization to kill them all.

        The US has to realize that we cannot change their minds or their hearts. We don't need to isolate the US from this threat; we need to isolate them from us. Stop giving them open opportunities like our soldiers in Afghanistan to kill. Bring them home, politically and economically isolate Afghanistan, Pakistan, and all the other 'stans' and let them kill each other.

        All Obama did was issue the order for the Seal’s to do the dirty work and all that action did was to slow them down for a few steps. The attacks in Libya are being called something other than a terror attack because it would make Obama look less effective than he really is.

        He claims that Romney politicized this event, but is that really worse than ignoring the true cause of this and other events like it and then telling false hoods to cover it up? Really?

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