Skip to comments.Obama Decides Maybe the Embassy Slauter "ON 9-11" Might Have Been Planned
Posted on 09/20/2012 6:09:00 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Here are three good reasons to walk back a week old inanity that everybody knows was a lie:
Terrorists celebrate Empty Chair Day in Benghazi
I guess our spooks (note: NOT racist - slang for spies) are finally getting tired of the
crap spin mis-misunderstandings going on around here and theyre refusing to keep their yaps shut about it any more:
The officials provided the information to the Washington Guardian, saying they feared the Obama administrations scant description of the episode left a misimpression that the two ex-Navy SEALs might have been responsible for the ambassadors personal safety or become separated from him.
Needless to say this sort of loose-lipped action is unheard of in the ranks of Special Forces. If thats not enough to make you wake up and smell the coffee I dont know what is. So dont forget; coming this November a brand new Presidential poll! Be sure to ...
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Breaking News on FoxNews 8:01 CDT:
Administration rep admits to Senate committee the attack was terrorism.
Admin is still tongue-tied trying to find a narrative that works.
What’s a embassy slauter?
spell check is your friend.
When the government twisted itself into knots saying it was terrorism but not preplanned, you knew the shark was jumped.
Accidental terrorism. lol
I know, but I want to know what a embassy slauter is.
Hmm.m.mmm . . . 9/11 - 9/11 - NINE-ELEVEN - 9/11 - 9/11
Duh . . . .
CALLING CAPTAIN OBVIOUS, CALLING CAPTAIN OBVIOUS!!
Do you own a spelling dictionary?
And please learn the difference between “but” and “butt.”
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