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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Yes, it's become another partisian witch-hunt that Fox News runs 24/7 while certain preening republican congress-critters are using to taint potential democratic candidates in 2016. It's pretty disgraceful, that disgraceful is SOP for congress nowadays, on both sides of the aisle.

    Issa is now and always has been an exceptionally smelly partisian turd in an overflowing toilet. I'm ashamed he's from my state.
    You're just as partisan, by overlooking the fact that ABC News and other networks are now looking at this and asking questions.

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    Rep. Chaffetz: Hillary Clinton must testify again about Benghazi attacks | WashingtonExaminer.com

    Scrubbing the Truth from Benghazi - NationalJournal.com

    Obama administration e-mails raise new questions on Benghazi - CNN.com

    BBC News - Benghazi attack: Hicks 'stunned' at Rice explanation

    US officials blocked rescue efforts while Benghazi burned, Congress told | World news | guardian.co.uk

    Maybe it's time you rethink your position on this. I'm waiting for the Media Matters hit piece on CNN, now that'll be something to see.
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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Try again.....that's from Politi Fact and Fact Check. org. Moreover you missed Hicks, Thompsons and Nordstrom's Testimony? Which one do you think is the Democrat and voted for Hillary?
    I was so quick to jump on the 60 number, I missed the million behind it. I was and am still bitter about the games the House continues to play with real human beings, like the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Like the victims of sequestration. I may be jumping topics, but I could care less about Benghazi, except for the victims and their families, as gunners would say about Newtown. With Rove's new ads on Hillary, Dems keep forgetting politics is not a game and Repubs don't play. They fight 24/7 and I do too except when I sleep or teach the Creator's children.

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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    I was so quick to jump on the 60 number, I missed the million behind it. I was and am still bitter about the games the House continues to play with real human beings, like the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Like the victims of sequestration. I may be jumping topics, but I could care less about Benghazi, except for the victims and their families, as gunners would say about Newtown. With Rove's new ads on Hillary, Dems keep forgetting politics is not a game and Repubs don't play. They fight 24/7 and I do too except when I sleep or teach the Creator's children.
    Linc, why did you take nimbutt's identity?
    I don't often change my signature, but this was just too over the top to let anyone forget with what this country is up against...
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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Then Fournier printed this piece up.....course now that he works for the National Journal. He will be accused of being a Right Winger.

    Why Benghazi is a Blow to Obama and Clinton
    Both parties are wrong about the scandal: It’s not Watergate and it’s not nothing.

    Both parties are wrong about Benghazi. Existing evidence does not point to a far-reaching cover-up on the scale of Watergate, as Republicans want you to believe. But it is not, as the White House claims, nothing.

    The administration’s response to the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on U.S. installations in eastern Libya was inaccurate, irresponsible and shrouded by campaign-style spin. It belied President Obama’s oft-broken promise to run a transparent government.

    If nothing else, Benghazi is a blow to the credibility of the president and his potential successor, then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. This could be big.

    Credibility is Obama’s strong suit, a key reason why his personal approval ratings continue to buoy soft job approval scores. He can’t afford to lose that trust.

    Credibility is Clinton’s vulnerability, dating to the unjustified financial accusations that triggered the Whitewater investigation. Doubts persisted about her veracity and authenticity throughout the 2008 presidential campaign.

    Why Benghazi is a Blow to Obama and Clinton - NationalJournal.com

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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    They didn't......

    Ultimately, a final bill with slightly higher amounts than the House’s initial bill -- about $60 million more -- was passed by both chambers and signed by the president.....snip~
    Which is still short of what was originally asked for. Either this stuff is important or it isn't. Obviously Congress didn't think it was as important as State did.
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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlabamaPaul View Post
    Linc, why did you take nimbutt's identity?
    Actually, I was unaware there was a "proud nimby" out there until after the fact. My take on NIMBY is similar to yours on being a liberal. I can seethe at the GOP for not cutting in their back yards or vote for bills they used to support just to stymie O-Bam-Bam without worrying about what the Basement crew thinks around here. I do need to be more careful in being set up for infractions.

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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by MoSurveyor View Post
    Which is still short of what was originally asked for. Either this stuff is important or it isn't. Obviously Congress didn't think it was as important as State did.
    Well Like the Fact Checkers stated.....Started out with Obama's Budget for 2012. Which he himself reduced. Then like they also stated, he is partially to blame for that since he signed the Bill.

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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Actually, I was unaware there was a "proud nimby" out there until after the fact. My take on NIMBY is similar to yours on being a liberal. I can seethe at the GOP for not cutting in their back yards or vote for bills they used to support just to stymie O-Bam-Bam without worrying about what the Basement crew thinks around here. I do need to be more careful in being set up for infractions.
    There is only one person responsible for infractions and that is each poster...
    I don't often change my signature, but this was just too over the top to let anyone forget with what this country is up against...
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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlabamaPaul View Post
    There is only one person responsible for infractions and that is each poster...
    What about my response to your question? Same old AP. And JH for that matter. Sirius 26 is good right now. Knockin' on Heaven's door

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    Re: GOP Benghazi hearings a partisan disgrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    What about my response to your question? Same old AP. And JH for that matter. Sirius 26 is good right now. Knockin' on Heaven's door
    When your rhetoric is toned down, I might address your responses, but like some with some others here, I don't care to go down the rat hole of constant back and forth where there is no useful exchange...
    I don't often change my signature, but this was just too over the top to let anyone forget with what this country is up against...
    Quote Originally Posted by James D Hill View Post
    I am for gay marriage because it ticks off Jesus freaks and social conservatives. Gays are also good voters because the vote for my side so I fight next to them.

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