Skip to comments.State Dept to Senate: You can only look at Benghazi documents when you’re not here (not satire)
Posted on 11/09/2012 9:32:49 AM PST by chessplayer
After weeks of intense criticism over the White House handling of security for the Benghazi consulate before, during, and after the terrorist attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, the Senate will begin holding hearings in less than two weeks to get answers on all of these questions. The House has already begun an investigation through the Oversight Committee, but the State Department has refused to fully cooperate with either at least until now. For the first time, State has agreed to allow Senators to view diplomatic cables and other documents related to the failures surrounding the Benghazi incident, for a limited time.
How limited? They can only access the documents while THEY AREN'T WITHIN A HUNDRED MILES OF THEM:
I don’t... understand. I can generally make sense of backward liberal logic, but this is just... asinine.
Maybe it’s like Obamacare.
You will have to pass it to see what’s in it! :)
Nothing makes sense anymore. Considering the thinking processes they have, they might as well be aliens from another planet.
What? Are these documents subject to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle?
Major Major is not in his office, you can go right in now.
I think there’s a Presser going on, in need of the roof being lowered.....
Clever! Thanks! :-)
So, you’re saying we’ll have to impeach the President to find out what’s in the documents?
Works for me.
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