Discussion in 'Politics' started by Freewill, Nov 4, 2012.
The Case Against Obama | Editorials - NYPOST.com
One reason he does: Mitt Romney.
(the extent to which the right doesnt get it is remarkable
Bin Laden is dead......General Motors is alive
You have original thoughts?
Al Qaeda is alive and well. GM is owned by the US taxpayer and has a long way to go to break even.
I agree that Obama doesn't deserve a second term. But this Nation does not deserve what a Romney presidency will do to it. So the unhappy but obvious solution to the dilemma is to elect the lesser of the two evils and focus on finding a better choice in 2016.
The choice between Romney and Obama is analogous to the choice between lung cancer and asthma, respectively. Take your pick.
Al Qaeda is cowering waiting for the next drone strike
GM is doing the best it has done in years
Obama Admin Must Answer for Delphi Pension Scandal | Speaker.gov
AQ wasn't cowering so much in Benghazi.
U.S. Names al Qaeda in Libya Attack - WSJ.com
The acknowledgment of a possible al Qaeda role came at a congressional hearing in which government officials were peppered with questions about the adequacy of security at the U.S. Consulate in Libya, where the Sept. 11 attacks killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other State Department officials.
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that U.S. intelligence officials were examining evidence that operatives for al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb had a series of conversations with members of Ansar al-Sharia, a local militant group sympathetic with al Qaeda, on the day violent protests broke out in Cairo.
Testifying before a Senate committee on Wednesday, Matthew Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center, said intelligence officials are examining the possibility of such links. "We are looking at indications that individuals involved in the attack may have had connections to al Qaeda or al Qaeda's affiliates, in particular, al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb," he said, calling the assault on the consulate a "terrorist attack."
Tell that to the family of the Lybian ambasador.
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