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CBS & MSNBC: Biden’s security answer on Libya could be big trouble for campaign

by Jonathon M. Seidl

As the dust of Thursday’s vice presidential debate settles, one of the storylines is Joe Biden’s bold statement that the administration was not told that officials in Libya requested more security before an attack that led to the death of several Americans, including our ambassador. The fact-checkers have found that to be patently false. And now, even the mainstream media is predicting it could be a problem. Continue reading


The Scandalous Obama Benghazi Cover-up

by George LandrithObama Benghazi Gate

It has now been over a month since the al Qaeda terrorist attack on America’s consulate in Benghazi, Libya that resulted in the assassination of four American diplomats, including the American ambassador, Chris Stevens.

It may be true that in the first few hours after the attack, it was unclear precisely what had happened, why it happened, or who did it. But within only hours — not days — the basic facts were clearly obvious, and well known and understood. It was a well-organized and planned terrorist attack. There was no movie. There was no protest — spontaneous or otherwise. Continue reading


Biden’s Debate Deceptions

During the debate, Paints on FireVice President made history by surpassing Al Gore for bad, boorish, and rude behavior. He laughed uncontrollably, signed, groaned, and laughed some more and engaged in generally childish antics throughout the debate. Biden’s rude and unprofessional behavior overshadowed the substance of what he said.

But as bizarre and unbalanced as his behavior was during the debate, the substance of what he actually said was perhaps the most troubling. Here are a short list of several of the most obviously false things that Biden said:

1.  Afghanistan and Iraq:  Biden accused Rep. Paul Ryan of putting two wars on the “credit card” and then bragged that he voted against both of them because he understood America could not afford them. “I was there, I voted against them,” Biden said. “I said, no, we can’t afford that.” But the truth is Sen. Biden voted for the Afghanistan resolution on Sept. 14, 2001 the Iraq resolution on October 11, 2002. It takes some brass to tell whoppers like this one! Continue reading


Video: Benghazi Timeline proves Obama White House not telling the truth

The press is asking questions and connecting the dots. Guess what? President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, UN Ambassador Susan Rice, Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney, and Obama campaign officials have consistently and repeatedly and knowingly misrepresented and misstated the facts surrounding the attacks on Benghazi.

What this report from Sept. 28, 2012. More facts have come to light since this report and none of them help Obama. This is now officially a full blown cover-up. And these events bring into question the success of Obama’s foreign policy and his leadership as commander in chief. And that is precisely the reason why Team Obama are misleading the public. Obama hopes to avoid accountability prior to the election by pulling the wool over the electorate’s eyes.


Hard questions about Benghazi are coming from all over

by Mike HashimotoSmith on CNN Obama Lies

Nothing moves the news-cycle needle like an unraveling narrative, which certainly appears to be the case with the Obama administration’s dramatically shifting versions of events of the who, what, why and when in Benghazi, Libya. Continue reading


Krauthammer: Benghazi is a double scandal

Charles Krauthammer:  It’s beyond a disconnect, it is utterly damning. There are two scandals going on. The first is the coverup. We now know, and they knew earlier there was no mob, there was no demonstration, there was no incentive about the video. It was all a completely false story. This was simply an attack of our men who infiltrated and killed our people.  Continue reading


Obama’s Terror Victory Is A ‘Major Lie’

Terrorism: The Obama victory lap following Bin Laden’s death has had its share of hurdles, none higher than the one presented this week by a CBS reporter who knows the facts.

‘Did we mention that we killed Osama bin Laden?” That pretty much sums up the Obama administration’s case for its foreign policy, which — save for this much-hyped rub-out — has been marked by confusion, timidity and failure. Continue reading


Obama’s Benghazi cover-up

Here are excerpts from articles Benghazi Coverup2all across America reflecting the growing realization that Obama and his spokesmen and his administration purposefully misled the American public for weeks about the attack on the consulate in Benghazi that resulted in the deaths of four Americans. It is revealing that the President and his team refused to come clean until Congress held hearings. Only then, the truth started to leak out.

The White House never had any evidence that the attack was the result of a spontaneous mob that got out of control. They made that up. It was a lie. The White House never had any evdience that a movie caused the attack in Benghazi — none at all. They made that up too. That too was a bald faced lie. These lies were told by the President himself and by his personal spokesman and by his Ambassador to the UN who was sent out to sell the lies on TV.

This is a serious scandal — far bigger than Watergate. Four Americans are dead and the White House tried for weeks to cover up the details because it is an election year and Obama hopes to avoid accountability.  Continue reading


Ex Dem Radio Talker: Enough of Obama, Supporting Romney

by Craig Silverman

I support Mitt Romney for President and Paul Ryan for Vice President. For most of my life, I have been a Democrat, and I very publicly voted (C-Span, live radio, The New York Times) for Obama-Biden in 2008.

As I studied Obama’s performance as President, I could no longer support him. Continue reading


On Muslim Uprising, Obama says its a Bump in the Road

by Chris StirewaltBump in the Road

“But I was pretty certain and continue to be pretty certain that there are going to be bumps in the road because, you know, in a lot of these places the one organizing principle has been Islam.” — President Obama in an interview with 60 Minutes.

President Obama is asking voters to take the prospect of economic recovery on faith: That the weak indicators of restoration are early signs of a more robust revival in the near future. The bad indicators, meanwhile, are just “bumps in the road.”

Whenever the unemployment picture darkens or the economy falters, voters are likely to hear the president or one of his advisers talk about “bumps in the road.”  Continue reading


Ideology, political calculation put Obama in a bind on Muslim uprisings

by Chris Stirewalt

“I saw that report.  It is hilarious to me — He gets it every day, okay?  The president of the United States gets the presidential daily briefing every day. There is a document that he reads every day when he is not — well, he always reads it every day because he’s a voracious consumer of all of his briefing materials.”  — White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on Sept. 10 responding to a question about President Obama attending fewer than half of his daily national security briefings, first reported by Washington Post Columnist Marc Thiessen.

The ongoing unrest in the Muslim world, including riots at multiple diplomatic outposts, chaos in unstable nuclear power Pakistan and attacks on U.S. forces in Afghanistan, is shaping up to be a bigger threat to President Obama’s re-election bid than it first appeared. Continue reading


The best analysis of the week …

“Name a single thing that has improved under [Obama’s] rule….romney-obama

“Almost the entirety of the Muslim world is now rioting against an American president who promised that his olive branches to Muslims would secure peace….

“Domestically, our debt has increased by 50 percent in just four years, by some $5 trillion, with not a single observable benefit from the spending. Our bond rating already has been downgraded….

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Presidential Deceptions: Why won’t Obama tell the truth?

By George Landrith

Pressure is mounting on the Obama Administration to come clean about the terrorist attacks on the American consulate in Libya and the other embassy attacks throughout the Middle East and beyond. The past week has revealed a deeply cynical attempt by both the Obama White House and much of the mainstream media to deceive the American public and to help Obama avoid responsibility for his failed and naive foreign policy.

From day one and continuing for more than a week, the Obama Administration has said that the attack that killed an U.S. Ambassador and three other diplomats was a spontaneous protest that got out of hand and was caused by an obscure YouTube movie. That was manifestly absurd at the time it was first uttered and the facts have since proven that it was a false narrative.

But what is most bizarre is that more than a week later, the Obama Administration is reflexively refusing to admit the full truth about the attacks. The reason is politics. Obama is putting his re-election over national security.

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Flashback: The day I am inaugurated Middle East tensions will subside

On November 23, 2007, then candidate Barack Obama made a bold prediction about himself and how his mere election to the nation’s highest office would ease tensions in the Middle East. No doubt, many Americans believed him and many others optimistically hoped he was right. However, the events of the past week prove that Obama was wrong and that his prediction was just more self-aggrandizing blather. Obama can’t change the level of the sea, he can’t fix the deficit or the economy, and can’t ease tensions in the Middle East. Continue reading


So, Mr. President, is Egypt an Ally or Not?

Last night Barack Obama Media Lap Dogwas asked about whether Egypt was still an ally of America. His response was pretty clear: “I don’t think we would consider [Egypt] an ally, but we don’t consider them an enemy.”

But today, the Obama Administration backed away from that statement and provided an alternative answer or a “clarification.”

Wasn’t Obama just boasting that he is very careful and practiced in matters of foreign policy? Wasn’t it Obama who said Romney “seems to have a tendency to shoot first and aim later”?

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