Hey Barry.. it's ONLY been 12 weeks since the TERROR ATTACK

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    I appreciate your humor.

    I simply can't imagine this nation being attacked by terrorists with Americans killed and then... lies followed by .... silence. 

    Does this sound like a 'policy failure' ?

     

    Do you find this acceptable ?

     

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    What "policy failure" are you talking about?  We know that there were terrorists involved.  It took a while to sift through the information to reach that conclusion.  Big deal.

    At least we didn't have the wrong facts and discovered the right facts only after invading a country...  Now that is a real policy failure.

     
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    There were only 700 views of "the video" at the time of the protests.  That's an awful lot of protests for a video so far down the youtube food chain.

     

    Unless, of course, mere knowledge of the video's existence - passed mouth to mouth / over the internet - is enough.

    I doubt that even a majority of the crazies rioting over prior mohammed cartoons actually took the time to dig them up. They just heard "depiction of my invisible man !?!?!?!?!?" and lost their sh!t.

     

    Religion, especially fundamentalist religion, can be quite dangerous.

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    Right.  So, following your scenario, the "crazies" flip out over a youtube video, watched by 700 people.  Hillary pushes for and gets the "film maker" arrested and thrown into jail.  Why?  Doesn't that disturb you?  Do oyu realize how unlikely this sounds?

    This whole video excuse is nonsense.  I want to know WHO pushed this as the official story in the face of no evidence, and why.

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    You're really sticking to your 700 views narrative?  So McClatchy is in on the coverup now, too?

     

     

    The scene aired on al Nas blurred the face of the woman, in accord with Salafist beliefs that a man should not engage with an uncovered woman who is not his wife. But it left the man’s image clear, even though Muslims are forbidden to make any attempt to recreate Muhammad.

    “What is this stupidity?” Abdullah asked, after the station aired the clip, concluding later that the creators of the film “want to inflame Egypt.”

    Abdullah asked if anyone had apologized for creating such a film. His co-host responded, “An apology is not enough. I want them convicted.”

    That same day, the Mufti of Al Azhar University, the chief source of Sunni Islamic thought in the Arab world, condemned the clip for “insulting the prophet” and noting it was produced by “Copts living abroad.”

    Facebook pages started appearing, urging Islamists and youth to protest Tuesday, the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Jones had called for putting Muhammad on trial that day in a web message, which is why, protest organizers said, they scheduled it for that day. Calls started coming into the U.S. embassy as well, catching everyone there by surprise.

    “People were writing to us asking what the role of the U.S. government has in this video. What are you going to do? Who produced this?” said one U.S. official at the embassy who did not want to be identified because he was not authorized to speak publicly. “Our initial response was: What video?”

    But as the embassy learned about the planned protests and the video’s content, officials there said, they immediately recognized the potential problem. They called leaders of the groups calling for the protest and apologized for the film, according to recipients of the call. They told them the film does not represent how Americans see Islam. In a statement posted on the embassy’s web page, they condemned the video.

    But it was too late. Nader Bakkar, a spokesman for the conservative Islamist Nour Party and one of those who received a phone call from the embassy in the hours before the scheduled protest, said there was no going back. It was now a religious duty to defend the prophet, he said.

     

    On Monday, a day before the scheduled protest, newspapers reported on the upcoming protest, saying it was called because Americans must pay for allowing such a movie to be produced. Major newspapers wrote about the Coptic church disavowing the movie. Islamic groups called for those who produced the movie to be punished. Bakker told another the newspaper, al Masry al Youm, there should be a law that forbids insulting the prophet. “This is the least” that needs to happen, he said.

    By mid afternoon Tuesday, protesters started gathering in front of the embassy, chanting against the United States. By 5 p.m. some scaled the 12-foot wall protecting the compound, set a ladder against the flagpole and brought down the American flag. They replaced it with an Islamic one. A protester handed the American flag to those sitting on top of the wall, and they began tearing at it. Whatever remained of the flag was eventually burned.

    Five hours later, in neighboring Libya, attackers launched an assault on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, killing Ambassador Christopher Stevens, tech officer Sean Smith and former Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.


    Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/09/15/168613/anti-us-outrage-over-video-began.html#storylink=cpy

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    So, the VERY article you put up shows how this was manufactured as an excuse, timing it around 9/11, AND no mention of the video in the Bengazi portion of the attck.

    So, again, I ask:  Who in the U.S. government put fprward the video excuse for Bengazi?  

    We already know for a fact that the government knew that the bengazi attack was not related to the Bengazi attack.

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    Manufactured as an excuse by whom?  Al Nas television?  Egyptian newspapers?  Thousands of Muslims throughout the region?  Are you suggesting Al Qaeda had a hand in all of these elements?

    This article says demands for apologies and explanation reached the embassies - the embassies didn't even know what they were talking about initially.  So the answer to your question is that the protestors told us what this was all about, not the other way around.  Is it possible that the Benghazi attack had nothing to do with the youtube video?  Sure, it's possible.  Is it likely?  Of course not.  19 violent protests in embassies across the regions - television coverage, newspaper coverage - you saw how violent these protests were; if every country had the access to heavy artillary that Libya has, there would have been Benghazis all throughout the Middle East.  

    Ansar al Sharia is (was) a group of religious fanatics.  You really think the Benghazi attacks had nothing to do with what the rest of the region perceived as an assault on their prophet?  

     

     

     

     
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    There were only 700 views of "the video" at the time of the protests.  That's an awful lot of protests for a video so far down the youtube food chain.

     

    Unless, of course, mere knowledge of the video's existence - passed mouth to mouth / over the internet - is enough.

    I doubt that even a majority of the crazies rioting over prior mohammed cartoons actually took the time to dig them up. They just heard "depiction of my invisible man !?!?!?!?!?" and lost their sh!t.

     

    Religion, especially fundamentalist religion, can be quite dangerous.

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    Right.  So, following your scenario, the "crazies" flip out over a youtube video, watched by 700 people.  Hillary pushes for and gets the "film maker" arrested and thrown into jail.  Why?  Doesn't that disturb you?  Do oyu realize how unlikely this sounds?

    This whole video excuse is nonsense.  I want to know WHO pushed this as the official story in the face of no evidence, and why.

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    You're really sticking to your 700 views narrative?  So McClatchy is in on the coverup now, too?

     

     

    The scene aired on al Nas blurred the face of the woman, in accord with Salafist beliefs that a man should not engage with an uncovered woman who is not his wife. But it left the man’s image clear, even though Muslims are forbidden to make any attempt to recreate Muhammad.

    “What is this stupidity?” Abdullah asked, after the station aired the clip, concluding later that the creators of the film “want to inflame Egypt.”

    Abdullah asked if anyone had apologized for creating such a film. His co-host responded, “An apology is not enough. I want them convicted.”

    That same day, the Mufti of Al Azhar University, the chief source of Sunni Islamic thought in the Arab world, condemned the clip for “insulting the prophet” and noting it was produced by “Copts living abroad.”

    Facebook pages started appearing, urging Islamists and youth to protest Tuesday, the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Jones had called for putting Muhammad on trial that day in a web message, which is why, protest organizers said, they scheduled it for that day. Calls started coming into the U.S. embassy as well, catching everyone there by surprise.

    “People were writing to us asking what the role of the U.S. government has in this video. What are you going to do? Who produced this?” said one U.S. official at the embassy who did not want to be identified because he was not authorized to speak publicly. “Our initial response was: What video?”

    But as the embassy learned about the planned protests and the video’s content, officials there said, they immediately recognized the potential problem. They called leaders of the groups calling for the protest and apologized for the film, according to recipients of the call. They told them the film does not represent how Americans see Islam. In a statement posted on the embassy’s web page, they condemned the video.

    But it was too late. Nader Bakkar, a spokesman for the conservative Islamist Nour Party and one of those who received a phone call from the embassy in the hours before the scheduled protest, said there was no going back. It was now a religious duty to defend the prophet, he said.

     

    On Monday, a day before the scheduled protest, newspapers reported on the upcoming protest, saying it was called because Americans must pay for allowing such a movie to be produced. Major newspapers wrote about the Coptic church disavowing the movie. Islamic groups called for those who produced the movie to be punished. Bakker told another the newspaper, al Masry al Youm, there should be a law that forbids insulting the prophet. “This is the least” that needs to happen, he said.

    By mid afternoon Tuesday, protesters started gathering in front of the embassy, chanting against the United States. By 5 p.m. some scaled the 12-foot wall protecting the compound, set a ladder against the flagpole and brought down the American flag. They replaced it with an Islamic one. A protester handed the American flag to those sitting on top of the wall, and they began tearing at it. Whatever remained of the flag was eventually burned.

    Five hours later, in neighboring Libya, attackers launched an assault on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, killing Ambassador Christopher Stevens, tech officer Sean Smith and former Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.


    Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/09/15/168613/anti-us-outrage-over-video-began.html#storylink=cpy

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/09/15/168613/anti-us-outrage-over-video-began.html

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    So, the VERY article you put up shows how this was manufactured as an excuse, timing it around 9/11, AND no mention of the video in the Bengazi portion of the attck.

    So, again, I ask:  Who in the U.S. government put fprward the video excuse for Bengazi?  

    We already know for a fact that the government knew that the bengazi attack was not related to the Bengazi attack.

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    Manufactured as an excuse by whom?  Al Nas television?  Egyptian newspapers?  Thousands of Muslims throughout the region?  Are you suggesting Al Qaeda had a hand in all of these elements?

    This article says demands for apologies and explanation reached the embassies - the embassies didn't even know what they were talking about initially.  So the answer to your question is that the protestors told us what this was all about, not the other way around.  Is it possible that the Benghazi attack had nothing to do with the youtube video?  Sure, it's possible.  Is it likely?  Of course not.  19 violent protests in embassies across the regions - television coverage, newspaper coverage - you saw how violent these protests were; if every country had the access to heavy artillary that Libya has, there would have been Benghazis all throughout the Middle East.  

    Ansar al Sharia is (was) a group of religious fanatics.  You really think the Benghazi attacks had nothing to do with what the rest of the region perceived as an assault on their prophet?  

     

     

     

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    Look, the numbers are against youi.  How do you get hundreds of thousands of protesters over 12 countries with only 700 view of a stupid youtube video?

    It has been PROVEN that the video had nothing to do with the attack on Bengazi, and the White House knew from the get-go.  So, who in the Obama administration decoded to promote that as the reason for the bengazi attack?

     
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    What "policy failure" are you talking about?  We know that there were terrorists involved.  It took a while to sift through the information to reach that conclusion.  Big deal.

    At least we didn't have the wrong facts and discovered the right facts only after invading a country...  Now that is a real policy failure.

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    It was his phrase Rubie, not mine. I assume he was trying to minimize and consolidate the many 'grey' areas surrounding this tragedy.

    3 months is a "while" agreed but is a big deal especially at the end of a campaign. There's no debate here except why nothing has been divulged after 3 months. I personally expected more from this administrtion of transparency... didn't you?

    You aren't refering to the war authorized by both houses of Congress... were you?

    I'm not sure comparing invading a country with congressional approval to a video attack on our embassy is fair sir.

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    But information has been divulged.  You just don't like it that a vast conspiracy has NOT been proven.  You have your prepared conclusion already, just no real facts to back it up.  But keep ranting as if you do.  It seems to amuse you.

     
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    Look, the numbers are against youi.  How do you get hundreds of thousands of protesters over 12 countries with only 700 view of a stupid youtube video?

    It has been PROVEN that the video had nothing to do with the attack on Bengazi, and the White House knew from the get-go.  So, who in the Obama administration decoded to promote that as the reason for the bengazi attack?

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    The facts are against you.  You are simply guessing that there is more here than meets the eye.  You think Al Qaeda was behind all these protests?  They are  a terrorist organization, not a protest group.  It is not even clear tthat it was involved in the Benghazi attack.  You desperately want a conspiracy here so you can smear the lefties.  That is your ideology talking not anything like rationality talking.  But why let real facts get in the way of a good rant, right?

     
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    No amount of reality will convice the rabid whacko wingnut conspiracists of anything other than what their echo chamber talking points tell them.

    It is the nose-to-rectum herd mentality at it's finest.

     

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    Right wing fringe types will never be satisfied.  Obama is the Great Satan.  He was born in Kenya, is a Muslim, with doctored transcripts who is a secret socialist and communist bent on destroying America and stealing our bodily fluids.  No amount of contrary facts will persuade these ideologues of anything different.


    Same question to you..

    Are you satisfied with this administrations expeditious management of this tragedy?

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    There were only 700 views of "the video" at the time of the protests.  That's an awful lot of protests for a video so far down the youtube food chain.

     

    Unless, of course, mere knowledge of the video's existence - passed mouth to mouth / over the internet - is enough.

    I doubt that even a majority of the crazies rioting over prior mohammed cartoons actually took the time to dig them up. They just heard "depiction of my invisible man !?!?!?!?!?" and lost their sh!t.

     

    Religion, especially fundamentalist religion, can be quite dangerous.

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    Right.  So, following your scenario, the "crazies" flip out over a youtube video, watched by 700 people.  Hillary pushes for and gets the "film maker" arrested and thrown into jail.  Why?  Doesn't that disturb you?  Do oyu realize how unlikely this sounds?

    This whole video excuse is nonsense.  I want to know WHO pushed this as the official story in the face of no evidence, and why.

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    You're really sticking to your 700 views narrative?  So McClatchy is in on the coverup now, too?

     

     

    The scene aired on al Nas blurred the face of the woman, in accord with Salafist beliefs that a man should not engage with an uncovered woman who is not his wife. But it left the man’s image clear, even though Muslims are forbidden to make any attempt to recreate Muhammad.

    â€ÂÂœWhat is this stupidity?” Abdullah asked, after the station aired the clip, concluding later that the creators of the film â€ÂÂœwant to inflame Egypt.”

    Abdullah asked if anyone had apologized for creating such a film. His co-host responded, â€ÂÂœAn apology is not enough. I want them convicted.”

    That same day, the Mufti of Al Azhar University, the chief source of Sunni Islamic thought in the Arab world, condemned the clip for â€ÂÂœinsulting the prophet” and noting it was produced by â€ÂÂœCopts living abroad.”

    Facebook pages started appearing, urging Islamists and youth to protest Tuesday, the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Jones had called for putting Muhammad on trial that day in a web message, which is why, protest organizers said, they scheduled it for that day. Calls started coming into the U.S. embassy as well, catching everyone there by surprise.

    â€ÂÂœPeople were writing to us asking what the role of the U.S. government has in this video. What are you going to do? Who produced this?” said one U.S. official at the embassy who did not want to be identified because he was not authorized to speak publicly. â€ÂÂœOur initial response was: What video?”

    But as the embassy learned about the planned protests and the video’s content, officials there said, they immediately recognized the potential problem. They called leaders of the groups calling for the protest and apologized for the film, according to recipients of the call. They told them the film does not represent how Americans see Islam. In a statement posted on the embassy’s web page, they condemned the video.

    But it was too late. Nader Bakkar, a spokesman for the conservative Islamist Nour Party and one of those who received a phone call from the embassy in the hours before the scheduled protest, said there was no going back. It was now a religious duty to defend the prophet, he said.

     

    On Monday, a day before the scheduled protest, newspapers reported on the upcoming protest, saying it was called because Americans must pay for allowing such a movie to be produced. Major newspapers wrote about the Coptic church disavowing the movie. Islamic groups called for those who produced the movie to be punished. Bakker told another the newspaper, al Masry al Youm, there should be a law that forbids insulting the prophet. â€ÂÂœThis is the least” that needs to happen, he said.

    By mid afternoon Tuesday, protesters started gathering in front of the embassy, chanting against the United States. By 5 p.m. some scaled the 12-foot wall protecting the compound, set a ladder against the flagpole and brought down the American flag. They replaced it with an Islamic one. A protester handed the American flag to those sitting on top of the wall, and they began tearing at it. Whatever remained of the flag was eventually burned.

    Five hours later, in neighboring Libya, attackers launched an assault on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, killing Ambassador Christopher Stevens, tech officer Sean Smith and former Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.


    Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/09/15/168613/anti-us-outrage-over-video-began.html#storylink=cpy

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/09/15/168613/anti-us-outrage-over-video-began.html

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    So, the VERY article you put up shows how this was manufactured as an excuse, timing it around 9/11, AND no mention of the video in the Bengazi portion of the attck.

    So, again, I ask:  Who in the U.S. government put fprward the video excuse for Bengazi?  

    We already know for a fact that the government knew that the bengazi attack was not related to the Bengazi attack.

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    Manufactured as an excuse by whom?  Al Nas television?  Egyptian newspapers?  Thousands of Muslims throughout the region?  Are you suggesting Al Qaeda had a hand in all of these elements?

    This article says demands for apologies and explanation reached the embassies - the embassies didn't even know what they were talking about initially.  So the answer to your question is that the protestors told us what this was all about, not the other way around.  Is it possible that the Benghazi attack had nothing to do with the youtube video?  Sure, it's possible.  Is it likely?  Of course not.  19 violent protests in embassies across the regions - television coverage, newspaper coverage - you saw how violent these protests were; if every country had the access to heavy artillary that Libya has, there would have been Benghazis all throughout the Middle East.  

    Ansar al Sharia is (was) a group of religious fanatics.  You really think the Benghazi attacks had nothing to do with what the rest of the region perceived as an assault on their prophet?  

     

     

     

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    Look, the numbers are against youi.  How do you get hundreds of thousands of protesters over 12 countries with only 700 view of a stupid youtube video?

    It has been PROVEN that the video had nothing to do with the attack on Bengazi, and the White House knew from the get-go.  So, who in the Obama administration decoded to promote that as the reason for the bengazi attack?

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    So what exactly do you believe?  That there were no protests?  Or that Al Qaeda orchestrated the protests?

    You don't believe that the youtube video was covered on TV and in newspapers in the region?  Does that mean that Mcclatchy was part of the conspiracy to get Obama re-elected?

    It has not been PROVEN the video was not involved - it is still the opinion of the intelligence community that Benghazi occured as a reaction to the protests in Cairo and throughout the region.

    Why can't you source any news reports that back up your point of view?

     

     
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    Will you EVER tell the American people what happened?

     

    I'm NOT expecting you to DO anything about it... meaning the terrorists.

     

    WHO changed the talking points baby for the blind parrots that only say what your administration tells them despite knowing the truth?

    You can run but not hide Barry.

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    While this is admittedly a policy failure that hasn't been explained satisfactorily IMO, I think you should check out the HAARP site; it's right up your alley.

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    I appreciate your humor.

    I simply can't imagine this nation being attacked by terrorists with Americans killed and then... lies followed by .... silence. 

    Does this sound like a 'policy failure' ?

     

    Do you find this acceptable ?

     

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    No, but compared to other screwups and lack of candor the last 15-30 yrs, this is making a mountain out of a molehill. Regardless, I don't like it; but he's not going to get impeached for it either; that's a pipe dream.

     
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    Will you EVER tell the American people what happened?

     

    I'm NOT expecting you to DO anything about it... meaning the terrorists.

     

    WHO changed the talking points baby for the blind parrots that only say what your administration tells them despite knowing the truth?

    You can run but not hide Barry.

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    While this is admittedly a policy failure that hasn't been explained satisfactorily IMO, I think you should check out the HAARP site; it's right up your alley.

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    I appreciate your humor.

    I simply can't imagine this nation being attacked by terrorists with Americans killed and then... lies followed by .... silence. 

    Does this sound like a 'policy failure' ?

     

    Do you find this acceptable ?

     

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    No, but compared to other screwups and lack of candor the last 15-30 yrs, this is making a mountain out of a molehill, in part to the Right's frustration over what their message was in this election. Regardless, I don't like it; but he's not going to get impeached for it either; that's a pipe dream.

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    Re: Hey Barry.. it's ONLY been 12 weeks since the TERROR ATTACK

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    No amount of reality will convice the rabid whacko wingnut conspiracists of anything other than what their echo chamber talking points tell them.

    It is the nose-to-rectum herd mentality at it's finest.

     

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    Same question to you..

    Are you satisfied with this administrations expeditious management of this tragedy?

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    How do you manage a tragedy?

    insurgents armed to the teeth with RPGs and mortars attacked a consulat that is supposed to be protected by the host Government.  The insurgents attacked with an overwhelming force.  2 Americans were killed before the host country was able to muster sufficient troops and counter attack.  The US sent additional resources to the Consulate from the embassy when they were told that the consulate was under attack.  Hours later, the insurgents attacked again and 2 more Americans were killed by a mortar round before the attack could be suppressed. 

    All things considered, the attacks could have resulted in more many more deaths had it not been for the actions of the host nation and the embassy.

    Any other questions?

     
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    I want to know why Obama didn't put on his magic cape, fly out there, raise those people from the dead, then kill all the bad people in the world! That's what McCain would have done!

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    That's a good question.  Why didn't Obama do that?  He is God, after all.

     

    McCain?  you are really lost.  Check your medications.

     
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    I want to know why Obama didn't put on his magic cape, fly out there, raise those people from the dead, then kill all the bad people in the world! That's what McCain would have done!

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    Maybe he's not the messiah the right hopes him to be...

     
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    I want to know why Obama didn't put on his magic cape, fly out there, raise those people from the dead, then kill all the bad people in the world! That's what McCain would have done!

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    Maybe he's not the messiah the right makes him out to be...

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    Or, maybe we just want him to tell us the truth about Bengazi, instead of rolling out a new person to blame every couple of weeks.

     
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    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:
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    I want to know why Obama didn't put on his magic cape, fly out there, raise those people from the dead, then kill all the bad people in the world! That's what McCain would have done!

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    Maybe he's not the messiah the right makes him out to be...

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    Or, maybe we just want him to tell us the truth about Bengazi, instead of rolling out a new person to blame every couple of weeks.

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    Yup, hang on to that.

     
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    Re: Hey Barry.. it's ONLY been 12 weeks since the TERROR ATTACK

    This is hardly in the news lately anymore, and that includes FOX.

     
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    Re: Hey Barry.. it's ONLY been 12 weeks since the TERROR ATTACK

    In response to NO MO O's comment:
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    I want to know why Obama didn't put on his magic cape, fly out there, raise those people from the dead, then kill all the bad people in the world! That's what McCain would have done!

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    You dishonor those that died.

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    I think you do.  Politicizing this tragedy is wrong.  You are just trying to score ideological points. You don't have facts, you don't have alternatives, you just have the need to smear the liberals.  These tragedies happen all the time, but they only count for you if a liberal is in charge.

     
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