Saturday, September 29, 2012

Dems Want Answers While MSM Tries to Bury Libya Truth!

When Senate Democrats want answers, there's trouble for the WH!  But the Mainstream media have one goal...reelecting Barack Hussein Obama.  They may coverup.  But We won't!

Let's recap some recent events.....

4 Americans were murdered.  

White House blames filmmaker.

Secretary of State denies any knowledge.

4 Americans were murdered.

Report that Secretary of State signed off on unarmed British Security firm to "protect" the embassy. 

White House still won't call it terrorism.

4 Americans were murdered.

White House and Secretary of State says..."It was terrorism."  After reports came out they knew.

4 Americans were murdered.

American President addresses UN and says "filmmaker" did it.

4 Americans were murdered.

Filmmaker arrested.

Get my drift?  My timeline is missing some details and probably isn't in order.  But you understand I'm sure.  Right?  Dang it...

4  Americans were murdered!
And all our President and Secretary of State can do is blame a filmmaker!

Obama's Libya Lies Collapse: Senate Democrats Demand Answers 

 The wheels appear to be coming off a two week attempt by the Obama Administration to cover up its fatal security failures at our consulate in Libya and to cover up the very fact that this was a successful pre-planned terrorist attack that cost four American lives, including that of our Libyan Ambassador, Christopher Stevens.

Not only has the scandal picked up steam in the mainstream press (Jake Tapper's ABC News report tonight is a must-watch), but high-ranking members of the President's own party are now demanding answers. This includes the man most often cited as a likely Secretary of State should Obama win a second term, Senator John Kerry:
Senate Democrats joined Republicans Thursday in questioning the Obama administration's handling of the fatal Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya and why the administration refused for days to;postID=8958295783844311158

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