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May 6, 2013

"There have been many fascinating things about the Benghazi incident."

The terrible story itself, and the abysmal and seemingly deliberate failure of the administration to provide enough security to protect.

The initial coverup. The coverup of the coverup. The coverup of the coverup of the coverup. The eager cooperation of the MSM in the coverup. The indifference of a huge swath of the American public. The left's talking points in the MSM and the blogosphere. The Candy Crowley incident, which seemed to effectively quash Mitt Romney's attempt to bring it to attention during the debates. The Hillary Clinton story, and the ironic fact that it is Hillary Clinton who is involved, she of the 3 A.M. phone call anti-Obama advertisement back in 2008. And now the whistleblowers have come to the forefront.... -- neo-neocon Benghazi: why now?

Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 6, 2013 11:56 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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In related news: "a whistle blower said to be an economy sized case of Hostess Ding Dongs has told investigators that Candy Crowley is a fat dog faced tub of goo."

Posted by: bill at May 6, 2013 12:43 PM

Maybe Benghazi: what next? would be more apropos.

Posted by: BillH at May 6, 2013 2:41 PM

But watch how excited the conservatives get if some commielib in the media arrives at a conservative conclusion. Conservatives are the only reason Joe 'Morning Schmoe' Scarborough has a job. They comprise 99% of his audience, monitoring for an outrage, yet each of them is dying to have someone on The Left validate their significance in the world by agreeing with them just once. Conservatives give battered wives a bad name. At least 1% of battered wives eventually set the abuser's bed on fire or stab him in his sleep after 30 years of abuse. Conservatives, wait until every other November. Then they will re-elect some RINO, but with 3% less enthusiasm than they have had in the past.

Posted by: Scott M at May 6, 2013 10:49 PM

Scott - I wonder what percentage of O'Reilly's or Hannity's audiences 99% of Joe's audience would be? I'll start the bidding at .01%.

Posted by: BillH at May 7, 2013 7:44 AM

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