Skip to comments.Benghazi documents available to senators only when they are out of to
Posted on 11/08/2012 11:02:12 AM PST by Nachum
Under pressure from senators, the State Department is allowing some lawmakers to look at cables and other documents related to the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, but only today and tomorrow, when most senators are not in Washington. Congress is gearing up for a full week of Benghazi-related hearings next week, including a Nov. 13 hearing behind closed doors of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, led by Chairman John Kerry (D-MA). Kerry has written two letters to the State Department requesting congressional access to information and documents related to the circumstances
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Enough with the peep-show crap, Obama a-holes!!
The crooks don’t get to decide what the judge is allowed to see.
It is way past time to put these lawless crooks behind bars for the rest of their lives.
I don’t expect to learn anything useful from the Senate for the next two years, at least.
Of course they will only let Republicans view thousands of pages of worthless crap.
Then, months from now, if an incriminating document gets leaked by a whistle blower and Republicans demand to know why it wasn’t produced, Obama will claim, “It was in the documents that we produced back in November. You just must not have noticed it.”
Useless democrat controlled senate.
McConnell needs to step aside for DeMint.
You may find this list I keep on the Benghazi scandal useful
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I update that file every day.
If the Republicans could not take back the Senate in 2010 or 2012, I am not at all hopeful about 2014.
I am very afraid that Harry Reid will be running the Senate until they have to cart him off like Robert Byrd.
An author was on C-SPAN saying that Valerie Jarret kept stopping the raid to get Bin Laden because of her concerns of a repeat of Desert 1. And her concerns were political concerns. She felt Desert 1 kept a Democrat from being re-elected. You think she put in her two cents about sending military rescue to Benghazi? If they took action, and it failed, it would make them look incompetent. That’s why the story about the movie. They wanted everyone to think “Oh! Gosh! They surprised us! There was nothing we could do.” They made the decision at 5pm eastern time to write-off the 30 plus Americans in Benghazi. And that decision was based on how it would affect the Democrats politically. How would you like to be one of those 30 Americans? Obama basically said, “My re-election and keeping the Senate Democrat is worth 30 American lives.” Democrats are Democrats first....being Americans is way down on their list. The problem with their thinking is that it makes you wonder, “How many Americans are they willing to let die to save their political hides? 100? 500? 10 million?” There are lots of Democrats in the big cities of the US. I would think that our enemies would attack our big cities. Dear Democrats; how many of you are the Democrats willing to sacrifice? Have another latte and go see the ballet.
A more meaningful question is : “ Where was Valarie during Benghazi
And still no one is taking up arms against the criminal enterprise that is the federal government.
Thank you for all your work, Nachum.
We are now Officially in a coup, and the only question is if more Rs are going to find courage and principles. I know some have but enough to make a difference is the question.
“And still no one is taking up arms against the criminal enterprise that is the federal government.
Read Vince Flynn’s “Term Limits”.
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