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    Set aside for a moment that all we really know about this whole Benghazi coverup is that everything we know so far isn't even the surface layer. We're still trying to get through all the manure this administration continues to dump on a willfully ignorant and gullible media...

    Does this mean that Harry's going to retire?
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    Retire? I think he should, after all he does coke lines off an underage Cambodian girl he keeps locked in his office. How do I know? Well I can't name my source, but trust me they're VERY close to the whole thing.
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    No, not surprised ...just disheartened as to how low this country has sunk, It's a sad time,
    even for those too naive or ignorant to know it yet...
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    Are you saying that the republican party would not do EXACTLY the very same thing, if the circumstances were in the reverse? Come on!
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    @Sonny I think that they have forgotten that pre 9/11 that there were 33 warnings about an eminent attack about to happen on American soil. While all the republicans in charge ignored the warning. The republicans took care of their own in a congressional investigation. 3000 Americans dead on the Republican watch. No heads rolled and not one of them even got in trouble. They parred themselves on the back, stuck out their chest's and took America to war. This, they forget.
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    @VCP Maybe because at that point in time no one thought "Oh they are seriously going to do it." After 12 years of war "on terror" and knowing the extremes that terror groups will go to just to kill a few people vs. thousands should've put the Obama administration on alert...especially with it being an ambassador in a high risk country. So no, I'm not one bit surprised by this but it shows how low Democrats truly are, especially after 12 years of previous experiance vs. the threats that led up to 9/11. You should really take that into consideration before you defend one parties actions by criticizing another's.
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    I would think Obama has already issued the cover my ass order. So puppet Reid does as he is told. All this tells me is Reid also needs to be under investigation. Along with anyone that covers up the truth.
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    I think it's tragic to see John Mc Cain, one of a very few true true war hero's, legacy disappear down the drain. Now his image is, four years after losing that of a bitter old man who still can't believe he lost to the black guy... A real human tragedy to see a great man destroy himself
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    If there is nothing to hide, then why not. If there is nothing to hide then the democrats could use the findings against the republicans. But we all know there is something to hide, which is why they are so against additional investigations.
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    "But we all know there is something to hide"

    ....... No, "we all" do not know there is something to hide. Though it appears you hope there is something to hide. I have no wish one way or the other. I would just like to find out whatever we can.
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    @MRMacrum isn't there always something hidden from us? Do you really think the full truth is ever told? I think it is obvious the administration is try to cover things up. Petraeus testified he reported it as an act of terror. And in his report it was described as such. He sent the info to the administration, and it was changed. What reason would a four star general have to lie under oath? It certainly would not help him with his affair now would it.
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    @Big-R - In this case I do not even think we will ever know the complete truth. But I assume the Intelligence oversight committee will. And based on how deflated McCain was after Petraeus testified, I have a feeling it is not turning at the moment in the direction McCain would have loved to see. He is a despicable man for the way he went after Susan Rice and poisoned the process for what I can only assume now is something personal besides political. But I will hold judgement on the other unanswered questions until this investigation runs its course.
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    " ... which is why they are so against additional investigations." How many investigative panels do we need on this one incident? At whose expense?
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    @MRMacrum Agreed. I do believe Rice did what she was told to do, and said what was provided to her. To think she had some super secret knowledge other wise is preposterous. McCain definitely has a grudge against Obama, it was McCain's time to be elected after all! Lol! I do not think Rice will make it to Secretary of State no matter what though. I do not think the Muslim world would take a black female in with open arms. And that is nothing racist on my part, just a statement of their belief system. Maybe I'm wrong, we will see how it plays out.
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    Now I know what Joe Bozo Biden was laughing about, he saw an advance copy of Senator Geary (Reid) was going to say about the Benghazi investigation. For Harry to accuse anyone of "falsehoods, exaggerations, and leaks of sensitive national security information” and "baseless partisan attacks" while laying claim to beng a part of the Senates "proud tradition of nonpartisanship" is downright funny. Was Senator Geary (Reid) avoiding falsehoods or exaggerations in his shot "the elections are over" and Republicans lost. Last time I looked the Republican's retained the House, or did Fredo Corleone tell him differently while playing drunken tie up games in the whorehouse? What a maroon.
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    Wow I can't help but think that if the situation were reversed that with a republican president and a democratic controlled legislature and such an event took place that it would be an inquisition.

    Obama is lucky the senate and house of the Clinton years are not in play here or he'd probably be going the way of Nixon.
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    I agree with McCain. The closed door interrogation of Petraeus yielded the word "script" and the former general admitted not knowing when it changed from possible terrorism to local unrest because of a sacriligious video on You-tube. There was little media interest in anti-American protests occurring in the same general time frame as the Benghazi murders. What is being reported has been modified to appear less shocking than it was. There was also a report that the ambassador died of "smoke inhalation." Maybe, but initial reports indicated humiliating torture. History is being revised before our very eyes.
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    First, I would give McCain lots of room on this considerrimg the massive implications.
    Second show McCain some damn respect for his past record, and time spent as a prisoner of war.
    Also everyone knows something is wrong with the story of Benghazi deal.
    Someone is lyin by omission I suspect.
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    I used to respect McCain. But he wore through most of any respect I had for him in 2008. And now with his shameful and petty effort to use a tragedy to satisfy whatever twisted reason he may have, that tidbit of respect that still lingered is now gone. I respect his military service, but I can't respect his political career anymore.
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    @MRMacrum i still respect the man, as do lots of others.
    Since we now know that tragedy could have been avoided. As if it wouldn't have been common sense to beef up security on the anniversary of 911, as if CIA Intel hadn't warned of a planned attack 2 weeks prior, as if White House and Obama didn't watch it on real time video and audio feed, as if a seal team wasn't less than a mile away and wasn't told to stand down, as if Obama wasn't informed within 18 min that a terrorist cell had claimed responsibility, as if Obama hadn't lied for 17 days to America and the UN, calling it a protest.
    But hey, Obama still made it to his late night TV interview.
    McCain can (as can many others) connect the dots. Someone was derelict and neglectful in duty, obviously! Out of respect for those killed and for those left behind. Someone needs to be held responsible for this, as you called it, tragedy.
    To me it's obvious, Obama said, "don't pick on Rice for her part in telling what happened, come after me."
    Absolutely, the Commander and Chief, either directly or indirectly is responsible.
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    @Thegrif - This is war. In war horrible things happen. In war, ther is no truth, just results, good and in this case tragic. Finding out who is responsible is important sure. But to turn it into a political issue does not serve the truth any good service. If the leadership of the GOP is so insistent on placing the blame at Obama's door regarding the security there, then why did many of them vote to cut the funds that could have been used to cover more security. This is not a situation that has a simple answer. CIA ops gone bad most likely. The real truth will probably not see the light of day. But I think Obama will ride it out and let folks think whatever they want. Of course if there was an intention to mislead the public for any reason other than to protect the integrity of assets or the operational integrity of the clandestine efforts over there, then I will be right there demanding answers. I assume the intelligence oversight committee will know more than we. If they decide this is not an issue worth pursuing in the end. I will be satisfied.
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    Thank God that McCain is not a bot with that we will sit down and shut up attitude. Amazing that the left couldn't care less about getting to the bottom of 4 dead men. Twist is all you want,,,you'd have to be dense not to know why Reid wants it dropped.
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    And it would and is dense to think that the left has no interest in wanting to get at the truth. Also it would be dense to condone the actions of bloviaters, McCain and Graham who have only used the Benghazi incident to further their own petty "get Obama" political agenda.
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    @MRMacrum You can't have it both ways, you said that McCain and Graham are playing get Obama,,right.....but your do
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    @Buggsy888 opps, to finish. If they try to get to the truth it is an attack on Obama?? So, you do think everyone should not cover the story,,and sit down and shut up. After all this is his majesty Obama right??
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    @Buggsy888 - No I think they should not assume guilt before the fact and poison the conversation with unfounded rumors passed off as foregone conclusions. I want to find the truth. Be suspicious, but try not to prime yourself by sucking up their crap. The petraeus testimony has already absolved Susan Rice of any wrong doing and they know it. As to what Obama and his administration knew or didn't know, did or didn't do, let the five separate inquiries come to some conclusions. I don't call that having it both ways. Besides what does that even mean. What a silly phrase.
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    @MRMacrum Ok but you have eyes, ears, and common sense right?? They already said what they knew. Obama said it was "an act of terror" cause by a video. Did he not say that. Did he and Rice not continue saying that for over a week. So...if they knew that,,,how could they also know that it was a terrorist attack by Al Queda.Which is what Patreaus said he knew-so the logic is that Both Obama and Rice also knew??? I mean,,,it can't be both. How was Rice absolved?? What exactly did Patreaus say that "absolved" Rice?? If you are talking about him saying that the intell (about Al Queda) was removed before she made a statement then I got news for you,,,she should have questioned it. But no, she did not because her oblivion to Obama told her not to question it. The whole world knew it wasn't a dang riot over a movie--why repeat such idiocy?? Why did she even go around making statements anyway.
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    McCain and some of his lowlife friends are just politicizing the deaths of 4 Americans. Disgusting but unfortunately typical for the GOP. The party of no. No ideas, no common sense and no decency.
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    That is exactly the shameful thing about this. Before any facts had come in from the first round of closed door investigations, McCain and Lindsay Graham had Obama And Susan Rice pilloried and ready to be hung as soon as possible. These two losers should be ashamed of themselves using this tragedy to further the petty political agendas. I am all for finding out what happened and guess what, so far it seems that Susan Rice was repeating the same information the intelligence committee had.
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    Hahahaha, politixmary, you killing me girl You killing me. I really am trying to find the validity in your reporting. I really am. But you keep telling these jokes with no punch line. I am still waiting for it...
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    Considering that most people who are calling for further investigations already believe that they know all the answers without needing to investigate, it is likely that they will not be satisfied unless there is an investigation that confirms all of their preconceptions.
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    McCain is trolling for relevance. He's just mad that investigations are going on, but without HIM as committee chair. Time to take away Grandpa's car keys. He's become a danger to himself and his party.
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    no way does dirty harry want things checked into,he is afraid he will be checked into next and we all know how dirty he is.
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    Yeah and all the other committee already convened for the purpose of checking into things??? what you think you're gonna find some fairy magical dust?
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    @MBernard why not look? did you also support those who walked out on the holder hearing even though he committed a felony.
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    @tomincali Felony? Nonsense. Neither Rep Issa after 18 months of investigation nor the OIG found the Attorney General criminally culpable.

    Now it's your turn to explain the coverup of the conspiracy that proves most of us have been brainwashed by the non-Fox media and thus made incapable of grasping Higher Truth. In 3... 2... 1...:-)
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    @DARSB how did holder get off on those charges of lying to congress,i must have missed where they found him not guilty ?
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    @marine1
    Then maybe he should go to the intelligence meetings about it rather then holding a press conference to throw a tantrum about not having information.
    4 dead Americans sucks, but where were the Watergate style hearings when bad intelligence was intentionally used to get us into a war with a couple thousand dead American soldiers?
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    @marine1
    I don't think so considering he didn't want to remove troops from Iraq. But I will say that you came up with a plausible response rather then just marching a party line so good on you.
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    @Cheenoguy The only party that i believe in is the party of truth,justice and the american way........ Any body got a cape handy?
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