I quote myself: “The Obama administration affirmatively decided to abandon about 40 Americans to a terror attack, denied them rescue (Woods and Doherty were told not to go and told they would not receive backup), lied about the chain of events, lied about the choices they made, and have since tried to cover up the facts of the case, have apparently instructed those who *were* rescued not to talk, and have lied about the discipline they claim to have imposed, probably on people who did not make the decisions. ”
It’s what they’re serious ABOUT that should alarm the hell out of everyone.
Comment by apotheosis — December 26, 2012 @ 6:45 pm
Yeah, the pile of lies is so huge that it is overwhelming to the average person to even follow, much less to write a letter or do something about. Then the theoretically/potentially useful folks in congress are being distracted with the fiscal cliff and everything but the budget so they can’t do much about much even if there were cooperative agencies in the government to help them address some of these crimes.
I was heartily desiring a R&R win with the establishment of an agency to investigate and bring to justice the previous administration’s crimes and personnel.
Well really, When Obama said he would bring justice to those who are responsible for the attack and the only one arrested was the film maker who’s film we now know had nothing to do with it, some mid-level bureaucrats getting to take their Christmas vacation a little early (likely paid) seems about right.