Tag Archives: Libya

Obama playbook – when in doubt say it is all phony scandals

As the old saying goes, “the truth will out,” and in the case of the multiple scandals that have been dogging the Obama Administration practically from the beginning, it appears those sage words are starting to blow up in the talking heads’ faces. Those voices include individuals in the media that have chosen to be… Read More »

White House states that suspending aid to Egypt ‘not in best interests’

The White House stated today that aid to Egypt will continue, and that suspending it at this point is not in the best interests of the U.S. This comes as some pressure had been building over the legality of continued financial support of the embattled nation. Those that were opposed to continued support were arguing… Read More »

Flashback: Do You Remember Those Racist Condi Rice Cartoons?

As liberals continue to counter the criticism directed towards Ambassador Susan Rice with the race card, Eliana Johnson at National Review aptly noted how similar criticism was lobbied at Condoleezza Rice when she was nominated for Secretary of State. In my previous post, “Deciphering Susan Rice without Being Racist” – Katrina Vanden Heuvel was exposed… Read More »

Congress Has To Buck DC Culture And Investigate Benghazi

For whatever reason, Washington DC has a bizarre culture of failing to get the entire story out. There’s a belief in popular culture that the federal government attempts to conceal as much of the truth as possible and only puts out what the public wants to hear. This needs to be avoided with Benghazi. The… Read More »

Hurricane Sandy: Obama’s Social–Worker–in–Chief Moment

Hurricane Sandy — much like Barack Obama — turned out to be an over–hyped phenomenon that failed to deliver. Our portion of the storm in Northern Virginia was so weak the Multicultural Commissars didn’t even bother to give it a Hispanic name, like last summer’s “derecho” (formerly known as “severe thunderstorm”). I tried to lend… Read More »

THREE Denials for Help in Benghazi

Fox News has obtained information that confirms CIA operatives requested military backup 3 times during the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. According to Fox News Special Reporter Jennifer Griffin: “They knew that the consulate was under fire and that the ambassador needed help. They were told to stand down twice.” She… Read More »

Why Talking About Libya Matters

The latest Obama Administration talking point is attempting to make the September 11th attacks in Libya a campaign issue. Both Stephanie Cutter and David Axelrod claim Mitt Romney’s camp is trying to “exploit” the tragedy by mentioning it on the campaign trail. This obfuscates the problem. It’s not a campaign issue, but a policy issue.… Read More »

Granholm shamelessly pivots away from American dead in Libya, says Romney Campaign lacks information

On the October 14 broadcast of Meet the Press, Jennifer Granholm, former Governor of Michigan and host of Current’s The War Room, stated that the Romney campaign is somehow not qualified to comment on the Libyan terrorist attack because they don’t know the difference between a compound and an embassy.  It’s indicative of “a lack… Read More »

Obama, Benghazi, and the Blame Game

Scandals bring out the worst in politicians, and politicians engage in scandalous behavior on a regular basis. Of course the people only end up hearing about the latter when said politicians get caught. Normally, this would happen as the result of members of the traditional media uncovering their dastardly deeds, but the age of investigative… Read More »

On 9/11/12, U.S. Marines Were Protecting a U.S. Embassy – in Barbados

This hasn’t been a good week for the Obama administration, specifically the State Department, where Hillary Clinton is being thrown under the bus. Although, Allahpunditposted four reasons on why he’s skeptical of this maneuver.  We had the hearings  on the terrorist attack last week where Charlene Lamb, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Programs tasked with… Read More »