Not sure which would be worse, in this case. Normally, I prefer shining a light on all things governmental, but this circus is outta control.
My children are my legacy.
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Keeping the focus on the "most transparent ever and 'evah" helps to keep the meddling shenanigans of the central regime in focus. The exposure of the idiotic and unjustified 'secrecy' policy of the USIC/regime is but one of the positive outcomes to have resulted from this latest Obamanian Bushblundering.
The CIA were obviously caught with their pants down by this attack, so any time they could buy, without telling the American people the truth was to the advantage of the Intelligence community while it circled the wagons to get their act together.
Obviously the timing also benefited the White house in the lead up to an election and although I doubt that there was any direct interference from the White Hose there would certainly not be any rush by the White House to get the true story out.
Anyone surprised that politicians would use politics with this situation are very naive at best.
The irony of course is that the Republicans who played political football with the death of dead Americans from day one and in Romney's case before day one are the ones shouting foul!
Seems like sour grapes to me by a party that was beaten at their own game. Best advice I can give them is don't start by playing politics and then complain when the other side wins the game!
2. They did not want to let on that there was a problem with terrorists in the area, especially Al Qaida types because it would make their campaign slogan of "GM is alive and Bin Laden is dead" nothing but a cheap tactic to win votes.
Not for me to advise the Republican Party on damage control but I would respectfully suggest that their time might better be spent extending the middle-class Bush/Obama tax cuts and addressing the Fiscal Cliff and Dept Ceiling as the American voter obviously wants them to do. Rather than wasting time trying to sabotage Susan Rice so they can get John Kerry in at State and have Scott Brown contest his Senate seat.
Republicans playing politics again? Say it ain't so!
The Republicans have settled into their talking points and are very comfortable with McCain, Ayotte, Collins being out front and all of whom went to Massachusetts to personally campaign for Scott Brown. A lot of people are starting to see through this naked political attempt to give Brown another shot at a U.S. Senate seat.
Everyone remembers McCain's support for Condelezza Rice when she was in a similar position in 20004. Now he is doing a 180 on Susan Rice. Of course with his boy toy Lindsay in tow whining all the way.
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