O'Reilly: Benghazi is Obama's Watergate! Yeah, That's the Ticket

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Look, Bill: All that happened after the horrendous incident in Libya was that Susan Rice went on air and repeated to the media what information was given to her by the CIA.
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what has Romney got to do with Bush and Cheney ?
Romney could have improved the economy. now suffer the consequences of reelecting Obama who will make the economy much worse.
Romneycare use the same template as Bush and Cheney did with Senior Citizen prescription drug bills of 2003 & 2006.

All American Seniors are still paying the highest prices for medicines in the world.

..... are you connecting .....

.... any dots?

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The 12 million illegal immigrants benefit the top 1 percentile of the wealthiest

Former Harvard Business School Prof Blasts Bush
7/16/2004 http://tinyurl.com/z555z

Business scholar says president was 'shallow,''flippant' in 1970s class

Tsurumi—now a professor of international business at Baruch College in the City University of New York—said he remembers the future president as scoring in the bottom 10 percent of students in the class.

The White House did not reply to requests for comment on Bush’s time at HBS.

Tsurumi said he particularly recalls Bush’s right-wing extremism at the time, which he said was reflected in off-hand comments equating the New Deal of the 1930s with socialism and the corporation-regulating Securities and Exchange Commission with “an enemy of capitalism.”

“I vividly remember that he made a comment saying that people are poor because they’re lazy,” Tsurumi said.

Tsurumi also said Bush displayed a sense of arrogance about his prominent family, including his father, former U.S. President George H.W. Bush.

“[George W. Bush] didn’t stand out as the most promising student, but...he made it sure we understood how well he was connected,” Tsurumi said.“He wasn’t bashful about how he was being pushed upward by Dad’s connections.”

Tsurumi said that the younger Bush boasted that his father’s political string-pulling had gotten him to the top of the waiting list for the Texas National Guard instead of serving in Vietnam. When other students were frantically scrambling for summer jobs, Tsurumi said, Bush explained that he was planning instead for a visit to his father in Beijing, where the senior Bush was serving at the time as the special U.S. envoy to China.
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what has Romney got to do with Bush and Cheney ?
Romney could have improved the economy. now suffer the consequences of reelecting Obama who will make the economy much worse.
CHARLESTON, S.C.— Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday announced a team of dozens of foreign policy and national security advisers, tapping an array of Bush administration veterans and former lawmakers to help him shape his defense, intelligence and counterterrorism proposals.

The announcement of 22 special advisers as well as leaders of 13 separate regional and issue-specific working groups comes as Romney, a former Massachusetts governor and businessman, prepares to deliver a major foreign policy address at the Citadel here on Friday.

That's what we need more neocon chickenhawks.

He would have been Bush part DUH.

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..My favorite, was when Fox, Drudge, Limbaugh and Michelle Bachmann reported on President Obama's trip to India costing $200 million a day....involving 40 airplanes and 334 US Navy ships.....Does'nt get much more b*llshitty, than that....
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James Ridgeway on the 2008 Democratic Contenders Video
With the Iowa Caucus less than a month away, James Ridgeway, co-author of The Contenders, discusses “the two John Edwards’s,” Governor Bill Richardson’s “run” for the vice presidency and Sen. Chris Dodd’s ties to the banking industry
http://www.democracynow.org/2007/12/6/james_r...

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OH NO You Did not wrote:
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Like you say Fox news does not count and thus, your lies that it has been covered in the MSM is an outright lie once again or are you telling me that Fox News is now MSM? Rice and many others in the Obama administration called it a "popular uprising" against an anti-Islamic film and the MSM reported / covered it up in that way for about 2 weeks. I guess you missed this:
http://www.newsday.com/opinion/oped/saletan-e...
"The intelligence from Libya was confused all along. The attack took place in the midst of uprisings against the video across the Muslim world, aimed particularly at U.S. embassies. The rage, though real, was ignited and stoked by anti-American extremists. That's how it often is with mob violence: One man's motivation is another man's pretext. In Benghazi, witnesses saw attackers and onlookers. The problem was figuring out the relationship between them. The CIA's initial assessments suggested a hybrid scenario: a protest "spontaneously inspired by the protests at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo" that "evolved into a direct assault" by extremists.
If you look back at the administration's early statements, you'll see signs of this uncertainty. Spokesmen talked about the video in the context of the Muslim riots generally. On Sept. 14, ABC's Jake Tapper asked White House Press Secretary Jay Carney whether this was true in Benghazi. "We certainly don't know," said Carney. In her now-infamous tour of the Sunday talk shows on Sept. 16, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice parroted CIA assessments, asserting that a protest at the consulate "seems to have been hijacked" by "extremists who came with heavier weapons." On Sept. 18, Carney repeated that the video had "caused the unrest in Cairo" and "precipitated some of the unrest in Benghazi." But he added, "What other factors were involved is a matter of investigation." On Sept. 20, Obama said protests over the video "were used as an excuse by extremists to see if they can also directly harm U.S. interests." On Sept. 26, Libya's president, Mohammed Magarief, told NBC News that the video "has nothing to do with this attack." But he offered no evidence other than the sophistication of the weapons and tactics. A week later, a former intelligence chief for the Libyan rebels echoed Magarief's assertion, but again added no evidence.
The Obama administration's story began to shift during a State Department conference call on Oct. 9, when a reporter asked what had "led officials to believe for the first several days that this was prompted by protests against the video." A department official replied, "That was not our conclusion." This was a renunciation of the protest story, not the video's relevance. But nobody noticed. "
GEE, IT LOOKS LIKE THEY WERE PUTTING THE UPRISING THE VIDEO STORY FIRST UNTIL THEY SPOKE THE TRUTH AS BEING SHOWN THROUGH THE MEMOS.
I've never mentioned fox news. that, like you whhole cover-up theory is pure fantasy.

all you to do to see this is true is go back over te pages of te treads on this topic right ere on Topix and look at link after link people have been putting up since day one from network news sites, cable news sites, internet news sites. all the major media outlets. Your most basic premise is faulty, tus your whole whhackjob theroy is also faulty.

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Canepole wrote:
<quoted text>All I said was that I do not feel threatened by others who are different than me. I was not implying that you do. I do not care if you agree with me on foreign policy or anything else for that matter. It is not my intention to sway others. I'm just offering my opinion and I believe that a more hands off approach abroad will be beneficial in more ways than one. I would love for you to elaborate on your claims that Ron Pauls' positions failed before I was born.
isolationism doesn't work. That is how it was proved wrong before you were born.

Neither of your rants addressed the very clear post i put up. removing our presence around the globe will not work for our nation.

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Canepole wrote:
<quoted text>When it comes to foreign policy, I side with the Libertarians. I feel that it is pointless to have an embassy loaded with staff in any country that we do not consider an ally. The Benghazi incident, while unfortunate, is a good example why. Blaming the president will only result in increased staffing and security everywhere which will of course raise cost's.
Ok.. Let's take this apart. If you have an embassy in any country you have eyes and ears in that country. By the way have you seen how the Soviets "protect" our embassy, and all the electronic servaillence surrounding that embassy? It ain't for the protection of personnel inside???
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<quoted text>I've never mentioned fox news. that, like you whhole cover-up theory is pure fantasy.
all you to do to see this is true is go back over te pages of te treads on this topic right ere on Topix and look at link after link people have been putting up since day one from network news sites, cable news sites, internet news sites. all the major media outlets. Your most basic premise is faulty, tus your whole whhackjob theroy is also faulty.
Don't lie to the nice people!

You post so much crap YOU can't even keep track!!!

LOL

I don't even HAVE a T.V. and you accused ME of getting ALL my "news" from them!

Could you TRY to keep your lies straight?
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<quoted text>isolationism doesn't work. That is how it was proved wrong before you were born.
Neither of your rants addressed the very clear post i put up. removing our presence around the globe will not work for our nation.
Works for Canada, you slavering slave.

GODS!

The way you lap up the squirt coming out of washington is AMAZING!

You MUST be , what? 450lbs + by now!

Chowing down on the poop nuggets that flow from the obamma information service known as "the media", is a MAJOR heath "issue".

Take a walk or something.

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<quoted text>Ok.. Let's take this apart. If you have an embassy in any country you have eyes and ears in that country. By the way have you seen how the Soviets "protect" our embassy, and all the electronic servaillence surrounding that embassy? It ain't for the protection of personnel inside???
I just do see what good it does. If the people we are sending overseas don't feel safe then we shouldn't send them. They should feel as safe as we do in this country. Intel comes from those who work behind the scenes, not from the receptionists and security guards at the front door. Undercover agents who are already in place do all the dirty work.

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<quoted text>isolationism doesn't work. That is how it was proved wrong before you were born.
Neither of your rants addressed the very clear post i put up. removing our presence around the globe will not work for our nation.
Oh....OK....It doesn't work because wooddick says so and wooddick was saying so before I was born. I get it now. BTW, I'm not promoting total isolation. I never said that.

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<quoted text>I just do see what good it does. If the people we are sending overseas don't feel safe then we shouldn't send them. They should feel as safe as we do in this country. Intel comes from those who work behind the scenes, not from the receptionists and security guards at the front door. Undercover agents who are already in place do all the dirty work.
I just DON'T see
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We will keep talking about BenGhazi every day until the truth is known, and the people responsible are punished.

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We will keep talking about BenGhazi every day until the truth is known, and the people responsible are punished.
Talk all you like. Nothing will become of it. It will not change a thing.
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It will change a great deal. It will end up impeaching a President unless he begins to tell the truth, and he won't, because he is a sociopath. He cannot tell the truth. We don't have a King.

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This is the same, Bill O'Reilly that told us all that President Obama was spending $200 million a day, on his trip to India...that Bill O'Reilly?

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Cat74 wrote:
It will change a great deal. It will end up impeaching a President unless he begins to tell the truth, and he won't, because he is a sociopath. He cannot tell the truth. We don't have a King.
Spare us your sore loser wishful thinking. Obama will not be impeached. He will be president until 2017 so get used to it....With your logic, Bush should have been impeached for lying about WMD in Iraq.....

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We will keep talking about BenGhazi every day until the truth is known, and the people responsible are punished.
How do you think Benghazi should have been handled?? What actions should Obama have taken to make you happy?

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This is the same, Bill O'Reilly that told us all that President Obama was spending $200 million a day, on his trip to India...that Bill O'Reilly?
He did, A CPA you're not.. All the ancillary expenses added in it was easily that much.

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<quoted text>He did, A CPA you're not.. All the ancillary expenses added in it was easily that much.
$200 million a day, 40 airplanes used, 334 US Navy ships....all proven to be TOTAL B*LLSHIT....JUST LIKE YOU...IF NOT, PLEASE PROVE?

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