"I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance." William Faulkner
Its not just Benghazi DA. Its all of Libya. Tripoli and the Embassy there too.
Now a failed state, breeding and training ground for terrorists. 3 different Major groups. With access to Oil and to the Atlantic Coast.
Although now Benghazi is part of ISIS and is considered an Emirate.
Hopefully they will bring out how Hillary and the State Dept hired Ansar al Sharia as security for Benghazi. Same group that left the first calling card and blowing a hole in the gate with the first attack on the Consulate. Then doing the hit on the Anniversary date.
Same group that went after the Brits and Italians Ambassadors. Then hit the Red Cross.
If this administration had been republican, they'd already have made several movies about the corruption in this white house.
Whatever happened to the "old-fashioned" bankers who wouldn't give you a loan until they verified that you had a job, weren't currently in debt over your head, had never filed for bankruptcy, made sure you could repay the loan they might make to you, and wanted you to produce the past two years of IRS filings to verify your job earnings? That used to be the rules, and banks were sound back then. Hence the saying "you can take that to the bank," which meant it was a sure thing. Not any more, I guess!
The point in my post was to show that American taxpayers are on the hook for nearly $160 trillion dollars for European derivatives - derivatives that are only pieces of paper with nothing backing them! And that's only what I know about, but it's probably more! I know that banks all over the world are tied together, but neither the American taxpayers, nor the Federal Reserve nor the FDIC have the money to cover this outrageous amount, so why does it fall on us to be responsible for it? "Too big to fail" is not our doing! They gambled with the money they received, and it's our fault? Nuts to that! :
Thank you, but the differences are too stark to ignore, and it bothers me that our government seems to be trying to make life as difficult as possible for the business world - you know, the entities that provide jobs for people so they can have their income taxed to pay for everything the government wants to spend money on, whether it makes sense or not!