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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

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    Thanks. I've never heard of them.

    I figured it must be an insult. It just wasn't a good one since I didn't get the reference.

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Hows this working out now since the Administration has pulled back the FBI stating that it is to unsafe for them to go into Libya? What gives the Right of the FBI to go into other foreign countries to investigate something of this matter? What because the FBI says they can investigate acts of terroism? Sounds real nice for those in our Country. Now how does it apply with any country.

    Especially when they can tell the FBI.....STFU! Kizz my azz and get the Frick out of our country?

    Do you honestly think that after 2 weeks to a month they will be able to pick up any forensic evidence from the Scene of the Crime?

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Seems the Media doesnt want to talk about the Protests so much now. As they sure dont have much up on those......on-going activities as Hot News or Most Popular anymore.

    Do you think it was due to the Sunday Political Talk Shows and this Administration coming out on all cylinders and stating all of this commotion is from that Video? All of it Spontaneous and nothing more.

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Yeah...Obama and Co. kind of stepped in it big-time and now they...and their lap-dog media...want to sweep it all under the rug. They tried lying. That didn't work. Now they'll try just ignoring the whole thing.

    But hey...that Kate Middelton thing happened at just the right moment, didn't it. For Obama, that is. Helps take the heat off of him.
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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    Yeah...Obama and Co. kind of stepped in it big-time and now they...and their lap-dog media...want to sweep it all under the rug. They tried lying. That didn't work. Now they'll try just ignoring the whole thing.

    But hey...that Kate Middelton thing happened at just the right moment, didn't it. For Obama, that is. Helps take the heat off of him.
    Deflecting from that fact the Country was Hit on their Watch and around the Anniversary of 911. Which it's not on just 2 Embassies. It's over 23 US Embassies and or Consulates(USA-Property) plus Now Afghanistan is Protesting all of our US Military bases as we speak!

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    I don't know the legalities. But, I'm guessing that the FBI is probably allowed to investigate, because an embassy is considered like US property. I heard the president of Libya speak. He may come up with some "supposed" perpertrators. However, I'm thinking he's probably on such shakey ground himself, that he's being very cautious.
    "The measure off intelligence is the ability to change." Albert Einstein

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie1 View Post
    I don't know the legalities. But, I'm guessing that the FBI is probably allowed to investigate, because an embassy is considered like US property. I heard the president of Libya speak. He may come up with some "supposed" perpertrators. However, I'm thinking he's probably on such shakey ground himself, that he's being very cautious.
    They have.....more than the initital 2 they started with. Do you think this matter should be left for Military Intel to investigate? What about CID?

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Pakistan too, as of this morning. The Sudan refused to allow Marines into the country to protect the embassy and consulate. This is bad. Im not talking just for Obama, this is bad for the US.

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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    CID, military..it may take that. We'll see.

    That's awful news about Sudan. Have we evaced our embassy personnel from there? Isn't Sudan's government supposed to be among the worst?
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    Re: State Department: Stop asking us about the Beghazi attack

    Quote Originally Posted by OpportunityCost View Post
    Pakistan too, as of this morning. The Sudan refused to allow Marines into the country to protect the embassy and consulate. This is bad. Im not talking just for Obama, this is bad for the US.
    They have ordered all non-essential personell out of Tunisia and the Sudan. Also now Pakistan is rising up. Plus the Afghani's are protesting all our bases in As we speak.

    Moreover Saturday night Sunday morning.....some taliban dressed up in US uniforms and shot our guys in the back. I put up a thread on it in the Military Room.

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