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Last night, it was revealed that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had ordered more security at the U.S. mission in Benghazi before it was attacked where four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens were murdered by Al-Qaeda but President Obama denied the request.
Klein also said that those same sources said that former President Bill Clinton has been “urging” his wife [Hillary] to release official State Department documents that prove she called for additional security at the compound in Libya, which would almost certainly result in President Obama losing the election.
Klein explained that everyone knew what was happening in Benghazi from the CIA to the National Security Agency and that there’s intelligence cables that have not been released.
Wilkow asked, “If everybody knew this including the White House, who would have given the order to go in and save the ambassador?”
There were four lives lost in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th, 2012, each just as special and important as the other. But the name that headlines the tragedy is that of our Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.
The Ambassador is the top official link between our White House and the host country. He serves as the representative of our great Nation.
While there are many questions yet to be answered, beginning with the incompetent “spinning” from the White House, the one that keeps resonating within is “Where is the outrage and leadership from the President?” Our Ambassador was brutally attacked and grossly tortured as a part of his murder. Have you seen the pictures? Are you outraged? This is an AMERICAN CITIZEN. Our President was so angered about this incident that after addressing the issue on September 12th in the Rose Garden, condemning a “movie trailer” for the violence, he boarede Air Force One and headed off to Las Vegas for fundraisers and interviews with rapper shows! THE VERY SAME NIGHT.
Are you outraged??
The incompetent Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, paraded through the Sunday talk show circuit minimalizing the attacks by insisting that they were tied to this anti-Muslim movie, and Jay Carney harped on the fact that there was NOT an organized terrorist plot, despite the words of Libya’s President to the contrary.
Then the ever-pompous Carney spours on Air Force One yesterday, EIGHT DAYS LATER, that it is “SELF EVIDENT” that the attacks in Libya were a planned terrorist attack.
Pardon me Mr. Carney, but “NO S*** !!!!”
Have you seen the pictures of the Ambassador? Are you outraged? My God, I hope so!
Last November Barack Obama sent a personal letter of condolence when rapper Heavy D passed away at 44.
Al Sharpton read the note at the funeral.
“We extend our heartfelt condolences at this difficult time. He will be remembered for his infectious optimism and many contributions to American music. Please know that you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.”
But when 17 members of the elite Navy SEALs were killed in the crash in Afghanistan back in August 2011, he sent their parents a form letter.
Americans are fascinated by the anonymous U.S. Navy SEALs who daringly raided Osama bin Laden’s Abbottabad, Pakistan compound this week, but one canine commando is attracting especially fervent interest.
According to the New York Times and the British tabloid The Sun, a military dog (not pictured) was strapped onto one of the assault team members as he was lowered out of a Black Hawk helicopter and began the operation that killed the notorious terrorist on Monday. But who is this canine hero?
Sadly, we know very little, and the Pentagon hasn’t confirmed that a dog was even on the mission, much less release information about the canine’s name or breed.
“Little is known about what may be the nation’s most courageous dog,” the Times’ Gardner Harris writes. He speculates that the dog was most likely a German shepherd or a Belgian Malinois, since those are the breeds most often found in the military’s 2,700-strong military dog program. (A new breed, however, is becoming popular with the troops. Labrador retrievers have begun to “wander off-leash 100 yards or more in front of patrols to ensure the safety of the route.”)