Admiral and General relieved of duty in middle east

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Nobama 2012

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Oct 28, 2012
Is this due to the White House Benghazi, Libya 4 dead American scandal?
Dr Phil

United States

#2 Oct 28, 2012
Nobama 2012 wrote:
Is this due to the White House Benghazi, Libya 4 dead American scandal?
go relieve yourself
Nobama 2012

Jacksonville, FL

#3 Oct 28, 2012
Go piZZ in the lake.
snakeTracker6

San Francisco, CA

#4 Nov 2, 2012
Dr Phil wrote:
<quoted text>go relieve yourself
Thought you liberals are supposed to be enlightened intellectuals ....unlike the fly over country you distain so much. Yet you come up with a weak comeback like that when you dont have anything to say.
That admiral was right!.. it was a seven hour long fire fight.... if a rescue mission and if a RELIEF force had been sent out lives would have been saved. There are many decorated heroes today who had to disobey orders to do what was right in the moment. Always trust your intel comming from the ground!!!! not the whitehouse!
The Admiral was right! but Obama aint got the you know what... to back him now. so he's fired. But that admiral was concerned about the life of the ambassador and staff. OH YEAH ... Obama said he was concerned too...
landslide

Columbus, OH

#5 Nov 2, 2012
romney will win and we can forget the liberal obama.
Roudy

Yuba City, CA

#6 Nov 3, 2012
This judge asks Ooma how he sleeps at night.

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Roudy

Yuba City, CA

#8 Nov 3, 2012
This mess just gets murkier. sounds like oboma cannot make a decision and the people around him are confused. if he is reelected I hope nothing bad happens on his second term.

http://newmediajournal.us/indx.php/item/7353
Streak

AOL

#9 Nov 4, 2012
I know retired Generals and Admirals don't support his reelection.
Retired generals and admirals overwhelmingly support Romney. The Daily Caller.com
Gov. Mitt Romney seemingly has a greater than 50-to-1 advantage in the number of retired admirals and generals who have publicly endorsed his campaign, compared the number that have endorsed President Barack Obama’s effort.
Roudy

Yuba City, CA

#11 Nov 4, 2012
Streak wrote:
I know retired Generals and Admirals don't support his reelection.
Retired generals and admirals overwhelmingly support Romney. The Daily Caller.com
Gov. Mitt Romney seemingly has a greater than 50-to-1 advantage in the number of retired admirals and generals who have publicly endorsed his campaign, compared the number that have endorsed President Barack Obama’s effort.
This link gives the list of which admirals and generals support which candidate..

http://www.google.com/url...

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