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doubleb
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Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi

in clips taken from surveilance during the attack.

Interesting that they waited 8 months later to release the pics of the perps.

I wonder why they didn't release the pics immediately?????

But then agin, what difference does it make???

Except that in Boston it made a big difference.


Mr.Perfect
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
election brah


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a want
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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“With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. If it was because of a protest or if it was because guys out for a walk decided to go kill some Americans. What difference at this point does it make?”



fify

Might as well get it right. Of course, I know context isn't the right's strong suit. Especially after they based the RNC convention in Tampa on the "you didn't build it" theme. That was pitiful.


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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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Might as well get it right. Of course, I know context isn't the right's strong suit. Especially after they based the RNC convention in Tampa on the "you didn't build it" theme. That was pitiful.


These


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BugAC
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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If it was because of a protest or if it was because guys out for a walk decided to go kill some Americans.


It must physically pain you retards to admit that Benghazi was a planned terrorist attack.

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on the "you didn't build it" theme. That was pitiful.


I think we diagrammed the entire speech and pointed out where he said what. And everything he said eluded to the fact that Obama does not believe in individual achievement, but that Government is necessary for anything to happen.



Godfather1
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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I think we diagrammed the entire speech and pointed out where he said what. And everything he said eluded to the fact that Obama does not believe in individual achievement, but that Government is necessary for anything to happen.


They know all that.

They defend it because they agree with it. They're just not intellectually honest to come out and say so.


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L.A.
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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I know context isn't the right's strong suit
Is it the left's strong suit?

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“With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. If it was because of a protest or if it was because guys out for a walk decided to go kill some Americans. What difference at this point does it make?”
Even "in context" it's a horrible, ignorant thing to say.

What difference does it make after the fact? It makes a lot of difference. Learning from past mistakes is how we prevent future mistakes. If can figure out why these Americans died...where the errors were made in communication, decision making, policy, whatever...then hopefully we can fix these problems and prevent something like this from happening again.

Context does not ameliorate her comments.


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Politiceaux
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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Of course, I know context isn't the right's strong suit. Especially after they based the RNC convention in Tampa on the "you didn't build it" theme. That was pitiful.
Let me guess. You're going to laughably contend that he was referring to roads and bridges.



RogerTheShrubber
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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I know context isn't the right's strong suit


But I'll bet you think it is for the left, huh?


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a want
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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I think we diagrammed the entire speech and pointed out where he said what.

Yeah, and we've been over this so many times it isn't funny.

LINK

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The key question is whether “that” refers to “roads and bridges” — as the Obama campaign contends — or to a business. Yes, it’s a bit of a judgment call, but the clincher for us was Obama’s concluding line: “The point is, is that when we succeed, we succeed because of our individual initiative, but also because we do things together.” Obama appears to be making the unremarkable point that companies and entrepreneurs often benefit in some way from taxpayer support for roads, education and so forth. In other words, he is trying to make the case for higher taxes, and for why he believes the rich should pay more, which as we noted is part of a long Democratic tradition. He just did not put it very eloquently.

So we believed Three Pinocchios was a reasonable compromise, given the ungrammatical nature of Obama’s phrasing. However, in light of the GOP’s repeated misuse of this Obama quote in speech after speech, we feel compelled to increase the Pinocchio rating to Four.


Image: http://www.washingtonpost.com/rw/WashingtonPost/Content/Blogs/fact-checker/StandingArt/pinocchio_4.jpg?uuid=zmHlfEniEeCn1tWe_T6KGA


Of course it doesn't matter what I link showing clearly what he meant - it will be chalked up to "the liberal media carrying his water"... so....carry on....


Politiceaux
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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showing clearly what he meant -
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Yes, it’s a bit of a judgment call
quote:

Obama appears to be


a want
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
and....

Again, context is not your forte.
This post was edited on 5/2 at 2:02 pm


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doubleb
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
Back to the point, if you ant to effect justice, why do you wait 8 months to put out ht pictures of the perps you are trying to catch???

Second thought, how come is it that all these brilliant people; Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Barrack Obama say things and then people have to disect each sentence, each pjrase and explain to us what "is" means or exactly what point these people are trying to make.

I can understand what Hillary said, she was saying kiss my ass, these people are already dead, move on.

Obama was saying you need government or you wouldn't be anything.

Bill was saying yea I was caught, but too bad. I got some and there's nothing you can do about it.


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Revelator
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
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Let me guess. You're going to laughably contend that he was referring to roads and bridges.



Ha ha. Good one, but it does point out the extremes the left will take to protect their chosen one.


CamdenTiger
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re: Last night for the first time I saw the perps in Benghazi
Classic rope a dope! These guys love to shift the focus, and if you think its anything but timing...


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