Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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Like Mission Accomplished?
The original mission WAS accomplished.

Unfortunately, the enemy thought it was just beginning.
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Newly released emails are raising additional questions about the Obama administration's story-line on the Benghazi attack, showing top-level efforts to downplay terrorism ahead of public statements by UN Ambassador Susan Rice.

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sonicfilter wrote:
Bushís 9/11 coverup?
Family members of victims of the terror attacks say the White House has smothered every attempt to get to the bottom of the outrageous intelligence failures that took place on its watch.
http://www.salon.com/2003/06/18/911_4/
Guess the UN was a bunch of dopes too. Huh?
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<quoted text>That's a lie__what's the need to lie???
You have to admit Realtime - Obama, Hillary and Susan Rice do what they do best LIE... AND YOU TOO!!
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Benghazi: Fox News' distraction

If you havenít yet seen ďWag the Dog,Ē go watch it right now. Iíll wait. And donít worry, this article isnít actually about Benghazi, but something that really matters.

The movie is about how the art of manipulation is used by the media to distract people from events of actual importance. It was cited regularly when the GOP had their Clinton witch hunt. The GOPís latest witch hunt over Benghazi is simply more wagging of the dog. Fox News is trying really, really hard to make it into Obamaís Watergate to keep us all distracted from some incredibly populist moves in the Senate.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/benghazi-fox-news-...
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Will Fox Correct The Record On The GOP's False Benghazi E-mail Claims?

The New York Times, however, obtained a copy of the e-mail in question and reported that the phrase conservatives are putting in the mouth of the State Department official -- "Islamic terrorists" - is in fact not used to describe the perpetrators of the attack. Rather, the official describes the perpetrators as having ties to "Islamic extremists" -- a distinction with a difference, according to the Times report:

[A] copy of the e-mail reviewed by The New York Times indicates that A. Elizabeth Jones, the senior State Department official who wrote it, referred to "Islamic extremists," not terrorists.

The distinction is important, administration officials said, because while the White House did not initially characterize the attack as terrorism, senior officials, including Ambassador Susan E. Rice, acknowledged the possibility that extremists had been involved in the assault.

Fox News is no stranger to carrying water for the Republican Party, and the network has led the charge to push Benghazi cover-up conspiracies. But now that the latest GOP line on Benghazi has been exposed, will Fox inform its viewers?

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/05/10/will-...
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sonicfilter wrote:
Benghazi: Fox News' distraction
If you havenít yet seen ďWag the Dog,Ē go watch it right now. Iíll wait. And donít worry, this article isnít actually about Benghazi, but something that really matters.
The movie is about how the art of manipulation is used by the media to distract people from events of actual importance. It was cited regularly when the GOP had their Clinton witch hunt. The GOPís latest witch hunt over Benghazi is simply more wagging of the dog. Fox News is trying really, really hard to make it into Obamaís Watergate to keep us all distracted from some incredibly populist moves in the Senate.
http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/benghazi-fox-news-...
If NOT for obama, Benghazi would NOT be an issue you idiot. It was obama's war in libya you fool...

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The only thing you do is drivel in minutia and obfuscate using side issues? You are so FOS, Dumb Dave. You have no credibility.
So, you think social security & Medicare work the same way??
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<quoted text>That's a lie__what's the need to lie???
No, the truth.
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Obama lies two weeks before Benghazi:

Al-Qaeda is on the run and Bin Laden is dead!

Mission accomplished!

How wonderful Obama followed the French into Libya!

Reality and happening today:

The U.S. military has alerted two elite military units in Europe to be on standby if needed to respond to a deteriorating security situation in Tripoli, Fox News has learned.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/05/10/us...
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According to Associated Press reports, President Obama spent part of the day on the golf course, but cut his round short to return to the White House for a meeting where he and top national security aides reviewed final preparations for the raid.
According to the Washington Times, when Mr. Obama finished his golf game, he held a national-security briefing after he returned to the White House at 2:04 p.m. At 3:30 p.m., U.S. forces landed helicopters inside bin Ladenís compound, the terrorist resisted the assault force and a firefight ensued.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/may/...
Eman said that Obama was on the golf course "during" the raid and that was a lie. I don't get the need to lie__particularly when most of the posters her know it's a lie.

I guess if that's all one has__one would be better off over on the game threads.

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This is what really got me about Carney's tap dance this afternoon.

He tried on several occasions to get the heat off himself and this administration by eluding to Republicans "politicizing" Benghazi.

I was literally willing someone in the media to ask, "Wasn't it this administration who politicized Benghazi?"

Unfortunately, they didn't Sure wish I had been there as part of the press.
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Will Fox Correct The Record On The GOP's False Benghazi E-mail Claims?
The New York Times, however, obtained a copy of the e-mail in question and reported that the phrase conservatives are putting in the mouth of the State Department official -- "Islamic terrorists" - is in fact not used to describe the perpetrators of the attack. Rather, the official describes the perpetrators as having ties to "Islamic extremists" -- a distinction with a difference, according to the Times report:
[A] copy of the e-mail reviewed by The New York Times indicates that A. Elizabeth Jones, the senior State Department official who wrote it, referred to "Islamic extremists," not terrorists.
The distinction is important, administration officials said, because while the White House did not initially characterize the attack as terrorism, senior officials, including Ambassador Susan E. Rice, acknowledged the possibility that extremists had been involved in the assault.
Fox News is no stranger to carrying water for the Republican Party, and the network has led the charge to push Benghazi cover-up conspiracies. But now that the latest GOP line on Benghazi has been exposed, will Fox inform its viewers?
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/05/10/will-...
You have to admit sonicfiller - Obama and Hillary do what they do best LIE.
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<quoted text>Pretty sure Lindsey's statements will back burner the boring WH presser. And what about the goofball from the Heritage Foundation?
Where have we heard that sort of talk before?
You mean the thesis approved by Harvard that points out uncomfortable facts about illegal immigration?
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Guess the UN was a bunch of dopes too. Huh?
the UN?

The Bush administration yesterday said it would not wait for the UN security council to approve an attack on Iraq....

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2002/nov/11/i...

i think the next illogical FOXbot move would be to try to lay the Iraq war solely at the feet of the democrats who voted for it. never mind all of the republicans who voted for it, just stick to the FOX propaganda meme and you'll do just fine.

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I didn't say what time he went to bed.
But he had to have gone to bed eventually, right? Since no one knows where he was the rest of the evening and he wasn't in contact with anyone.
You are really pathetic. You lied. You know it.

You knew who Obama met with yet you implied he met with just some officials. You thought that meeting was at 11PM DC time.

You know it.
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sonicfilter wrote:
Benghazi: Fox News' distraction
If you havenít yet seen ďWag the Dog,Ē go watch it right now. Iíll wait. And donít worry, this article isnít actually about Benghazi, but something that really matters.
The movie is about how the art of manipulation is used by the media to distract people from events of actual importance. It was cited regularly when the GOP had their Clinton witch hunt. The GOPís latest witch hunt over Benghazi is simply more wagging of the dog. Fox News is trying really, really hard to make it into Obamaís Watergate to keep us all distracted from some incredibly populist moves in the Senate.
http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/benghazi-fox-news-...
The entire Obama Libyan operation was a "Wag the Dog" plan to divert attention from the rotten economy.
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Benghazi: Fox News' distraction
If you havenít yet seen ďWag the Dog,Ē go watch it right now. Iíll wait. And donít worry, this article isnít actually about Benghazi, but something that really matters.
The movie is about how the art of manipulation is used by the media to distract people from events of actual importance. It was cited regularly when the GOP had their Clinton witch hunt. The GOPís latest witch hunt over Benghazi is simply more wagging of the dog. Fox News is trying really, really hard to make it into Obamaís Watergate to keep us all distracted from some incredibly populist moves in the Senate.
http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/benghazi-fox-news-...
Hey thread propaganda Queen!

How nice of you to vindicate Richard Nixon.

Watergate must have also been a distraction due to your libtarded logic.
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Immigration activists are praising the Heritage Foundation for accepting the resignation of researcher Jason Richwine, who argued in recent years that groups of non-white immigrants have inherently lower IQs that could make it impossible for them to adequately assimilate in America. Heritage distanced itself from his past statements, but stood by his work co-authoring a recent study claiming immigration reform would cost $6.3 trillion in large part because undocumented immigrants would fail to improve their education or income levels.

ďWe welcome Mr. Richwine's resignation, but are still waiting for the Heritage Foundation to renounce the findings of his research, which like his claims about Latino IQ's are false and unbecoming of a research institution like the Heritage Foundation,Ē Arturo Carmona, executive director of Latino advocacy group Presente.org said in a statement.ďHiring racists like Richwine is unacceptable, but whats worse is putting their organization's name on a report laden with faulty research.Ē

Journalist-turned-activist Jose Antonio Vargas also released a statement through his immigration advocacy group Define American.

ďRacism and xenophobia have no place in the debate on immigration reform, period," Vargas said. "I hope this is a lesson for all sides that what the public is looking for is a fair and honest debate on immigration reform, not long discredited racial theories designed divide us rather than unite us.Ē

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/i...

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RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> That post is a lie.
The President was scheduled to golf the day when it was decided to do the raid. If he canceled, the press would wonder what was up so he went ahead but returned immediately prior to the attack.
You right whiners are so pathetic.
He had 2 days to reschedule his golf game, stupid.

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