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Libya Attack: Clinton Claims Responsibility For Libya Consulate Security

Last week, I asked if President Obama would throw Secretary of State Hillary Clinton under the bus as a consequence of the tragic errors that left US Ambassador Chris Stevens vulnerable to attack in Libya. Today, on the eve of … Continue reading

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Will Obama Throw Hillary Under The Bus After State Dept. Meltdown at Benghazi Hearing?

The State Department mishandling of the situation in Benghazi Libya has hurt what many believe was President Obama’s strong suit — foreign policy. With Bill Clinton out stumping for him, Obama can’t throw Hillary under the bus. Mitt Romney will … Continue reading

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ABC News: Email Shows State Department Rejecting Request of Security Team at US Embassy in Libya

No, this is not a “bombshell” email.  It’s connection to the possible security unpreparedness at the Benghazi Consulate is tenuous at best. An anonymous State Department official provided ABC News with an internal email where Undersecretary for Management Patrick Kennedy … Continue reading

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Former Navy SEALs died after coming to the aid of others – CNN.com

As we put time and distance between the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya, the clearer we understand what transpired that day. We now know that Ambassador Chris Stevens, who perished, traveled in an armored vehicle and had, … Continue reading

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Our choice for President…

Obama! That was my reply to a friend who in response to a recent posting, What Wikileaks cables tell us about Abu Qumu Hamouda, replied, “our choice for president.” President George W Bush authorized Hamouda’s release and Secretary Condoleeza Rice‘s … Continue reading

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What Wikileaks cables tell us about Abu Qumu Hamouda — Updated 1X

    I was looking at the Wikileaks cables [To/From Washington & Embassy Tripoli, 2007-2009] and it appears the late US Ambassador Chris Stevens was aware of Ben Qumu Abu Sufian Ibrahim Ahmed Hamouda. Since his name appears on a … Continue reading

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Barack Obama’s Libya intel failure—Editorial – NYPOST.com

I’m pleased that the Obama Administration has come around to my conclusion that terrorists planned the assassination of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi, Libya. No one, however, has said that the alleged pretext for the Muslim protests was a … Continue reading

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Time for President Obama to call in ‘Jack Bauer’ – Updated 3X

The nation’s first black President faces a tough re-election. His opponent is  a telegenic but vapid, panderer to the religious right-wing. On the anniversary of the greatest terrorist attack on his nation, Muslims in the Arab world are incited to … Continue reading

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Credit due Obama for demise of Qadhafi

Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril announced Thursday that former ruler Muammar Qadhafi was killed, according to the Associated Press. A U.S. official also said the Libyan government has informed the United States that Qadhafi is dead, the AP reported. The … Continue reading

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