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    Re: Rand Paul Calls Benghazi "Worst Tragedy Since 9/11"

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    The Bush administration did everything to protect Americans in Iraq, the Obama/Hillary duo did nothing to protect the lives of the Ambassador and three other Americans in Benghazi. They left them them alone to die. That was never the case in Iraq. Americans always helped each other.
    The best way to protect Americans in Iraq would have been to not start yet another war without a declaration from Congress. That would have been the best way to have protected the Constitution that every elected official has sworn to uphold as well.
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    Re: Rand Paul Calls Benghazi "Worst Tragedy Since 9/11"

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Because that was the second attack on the WTC and the planning for it occurred during the Clinton Administration. If George Bush had been at all responsible you can bet that the Democrats would have been all over it.
    What about invading Iraq? He was accused of lying to invade? Was there ever a hearing on that?

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    Re: Rand Paul Calls Benghazi "Worst Tragedy Since 9/11"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    The best way to protect Americans in Iraq would have been to not start yet another war without a declaration from Congress. That would have been the best way to have protected the Constitution that every elected official has sworn to uphold as well.
    Iraq Liberation Act - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    On Thursday, October 10, 2002, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 296-133 and, on Friday, October 11, 2002, the U.S. Senate voted 77-23 to "authorize President Bush to attack Iraq if Saddam Hussein refuses to give up weapons of mass destruction as required by U.N. resolutions."

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    Re: Rand Paul Calls Benghazi "Worst Tragedy Since 9/11"

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    What about invading Iraq? He was accused of lying to invade? Was there ever a hearing on that?
    All higher levels of the US Government had the same access to information George Bush had and some of them had it much earlier.

    Your question has been raised many times by those unfamiliar with US history and what led to the invasion of Iraq. The following quotes should clear things up and avoid any historical confusions.

    If The Bush Administration Lied About WMD, So Did These People — Version 3.0 | Right Wing News

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    Re: Rand Paul Calls Benghazi "Worst Tragedy Since 9/11"

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I don't carry a credit card. I think they're all cut up. My ATM card does not appear to have a chip.

    The big difference is you are not required to have a credit card, and even if you do have one you are not required to carry it. You are saying everybody should have a national ID card with a microchip. You're one sentence from requiring everybody to carry it at all times. Since elections are carried out on a state by state basis, under what authority can the Feds require a state to accept such a card as valid ID? Basically, you want to create more government where it doesn't exist. Personally, I prefer no government where it is unnecessary.
    Since when are Democrats against more government?

    A recent interesting article on the subject Thomas Fleming: A Jersey Lesson in Voter Fraud - WSJ.com
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