May 3, 2014
"Where was the president and what was he doing?"
So the first relevant question is not about the cover-up, but about the president's involvement in shaping events that night: "Where was the president and what was he doing?"
Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 3, 2014 6:18 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.
He might have been upstairs playing "Old Maid" with his body man.
Posted by: Denny at May 3, 2014 7:20 PM
The MSM has written this story off.
The only way, THE ONLY WAY this will become an issue and STICK is if Queen Hitlery has opposing her [not necessarily Republican] a MAN with spine, convictions, morals, fortitude, and can RIP THE MSM A NEW ASSHOLE with such flabbergasting eloquence that there will be no question in any Americans mind. Voter fraud be damned.
Posted by: Doug at May 3, 2014 9:09 PM
"The key question asked by the Senate's special committee was that of Howard Baker (R-Tenn.).
During the committee's proceedings, he captured the essence of the committee's inquiry with a succinct question that became a Washington mantra: 'What did the president know, and when did he know it?'"
The question now is, "What did the President know and when did he decide to not know what he knew?"
Bubba Clinton opined that Obama took a huge risk to authorize the Bin Laden take down. Think how it would look if it failed like the Iran hostage rescue. That is the way they look at things. It's all about the political risk, not about what's right. Panetta and Dempsey couldn't assure him a clean operation. Thus, no operation was ordered. It's as simple as that. The question is, "Is that the way the citizens want the C-in-C to do things?"
Posted by: Jimmy J. at May 3, 2014 9:16 PM
There was never really any question but that Obama turned in early for an a.m. fundraiser while those men were still fighting for their lives. I don't think he'd lose any sleep before his own execution.
Posted by: james wilson at May 3, 2014 9:45 PM
james: that is one thing I would really like to know is if that half-breed faggot loses any sleep before his execution. Next time he takes a trip he might enjoy Dallas, somewhere near that grassy knoll.
Posted by: chasmatic at May 3, 2014 10:13 PM
@ James and chasmatic…..I know very well that I would lose sleep before his execution. I'd be up late, having a few delicious adult beverages while hosting a count down party.
Posted by: Jack at May 4, 2014 5:56 AM
James, so much for that 3am phone call. Both Obama and Hillary ignored it.
Posted by: Potsie at May 4, 2014 6:27 AM
I'd get up off of a goodly sum of my favorite legal tenders to witness that execution even if only by video. The pixels would kiss my eyes.
Posted by: ghostsniper at May 4, 2014 7:07 AM
It was very nice to see Lame Cherry inform us how Obama was stoned out of his gourd and playing with his procured butt boys all that evening. I look forward to the perverse truth coming out in full.
However, I still suspect that the O-Team was also busily engaged over there in "Fast and Furious II - Libyan Muslim Edition", and I'm even more eager to see this dastardly scheme uncovered.
Posted by: Dr. Frahnkensteen at May 4, 2014 9:43 AM
". . . I'm even more eager to see this dastardly scheme uncovered."
Good luck with that. The man in charge of appointing the investigating panel, Mr. Boehner is a member of the Gang of Eight which most likely WERE in the know during the whole Benghazi episode.
Why do you think Mr. Boehner is so concerned with the "Immigration Reform" process all of the sudden. His neck is totally submerged in the Benghazi shit hole. He knows what went down and is therefore an accomplice in the cover-up along with the rest of the Gang of Eight. That's my opinion/view from what information is out there which is considerable.
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