Benghazi returning as big scandal - Salon.com
This article is about how I think things will work out, it will blow over and it will be Faux's fault.
God Bless the Marine Corps.
From the piece, what the hell could this possibly mean ... "Unlike the vast majority of the new information brought forward by the conservative media since the attack, the three whistle-blowers seem credible."...
since the W.B. merely confirmed what Fox had been saying. So what were the "... bogus story lines on Benghazi" the author claims. The example he mentioned ... wasn't.
But if the president had a hand in keeping people from testifying, which I doubt, they perhaps he should be impeached. If he told the military to stand down when they could have made it on time, that may fall into the dumb decision category, but a lot depends on what the Libyan government would authorize or not. He may have thought it was over after the first attack and who knew that there would be a second one. I am not making excuses, but it is hard in these situations to put oneself in anyone of the participantís shoes.
So many times over the years, I have seen various administrations try to hide a embarrassing detail or event which later develops into something big. If they had just admitted it in the first, headline news for a couple of weeks and then it is over. Americans are a forgiving people, most Americans that is. Iíll not take a guess as to what happened or when. I think all of us know, Obama supporters and those who want him out of the White House to those non-committal and those who do not care, that no video caused the attacks in Libya and the president on down knew this. Outside of that, putting for bogus talking points, which again all presidents have at one time or another, is wrong, but is no impeachable offense. Politicians lie, that is one reason that far more Americans distrust their government than do.
Time will tell.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.