Benghazigate: All the President’s Men

The magician makes you look in one direction so you miss his sleight-of-hand. In this way, you are distracted, and then made the fool.

Barack Hussein Obama’s regime is thrilled that the media are feasting on the “thousands of e-mails” between General David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell, between Paula Broadwell and Jill Kelley, between Jill Kelley and General John Allen, and, finally, a shirtless photos sent by an FBI agent to who-knows-how-many women.

And you thought this behavior ceased in high school.

It’s all there: powerful men, powerful bimbettes, adultery, jealousy, sex, lies, and e-mails.

But: this is a magic trick, a political sleight-of-hand. Obama and his hacks held back the Petraeus scandal because had it been revealed before voters cast their ballots, the vote might have gone to Romney.

In any case, this is all just sound and fury. It’s the magician distracting us, the nation, from Benghazi.

We have been told that Petraeus cannot testify because he’s no longer director of the CIA.

We’re also told that Hillary Clinton can’t testify because she’s busy in Australia.

Okay, simple: subpoena Petraeus, Clinton, Rice, and every member of the Obama administration who is suddenly too busy, or conveniently out of a job, to testify.

They can either testify or take the Fifth.

True, you cannot subpoena Obama, but all the others have a moral and legal obligation to step forward and tell us what they knew, when they knew it, and what they did when American soil and American citizens came under attack and were massacred.

Further: We need to know what President Obama knew, when he knew it, and what he did as commander-in-chief when IslamoNazis attacked an American consulate.

We already know that Obama and members of his administration lied when they said that a mob protesting an obscure video no one ever saw got out of hand and attacked the Benghazi consulate.

Obama and his people knew, that very night, that the massacre was a well-coordinated attack by an Al Qaeda affiliate.

Congress needs to start knocking off all the president’s men, one by one, until the wall around Obama starts to crumble, as it inevitably will, and either Obama tells the truth to the American people or he is impeached for dereliction of duty.

It’s that simple, that complicated.

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  1. Johnny
    Posted November 13, 2012 at 6:50 pm | Permalink

    Compare the tumbleweeds blowing through the deserted town with what happened in Libya to the gusher of facts about the extramarital affair. Does anyone doubt the media are getting fed the Petraeus/Broadwell story?

    It’s so much easier to sit at your desk and take phone calls “on background” about sex that are better suited to the National Enquirer than the Washington Post. Meanwhile you can count on one hand the reporters that have dug up facts about the killing of four Americans in Bhenghazi. Two of those reporters, Catherine Harridge and Jennifer Griffin, work for Fox News. Where are the rest of those seeking to speak truth to power?

    The sex stuff is the magician’s assistant getting us to take our eyes off the sleight of hand. Let’s not forget the four Americans that died so Obama can win his “mandate”. 

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  2. exdemexlib
    Posted November 13, 2012 at 12:24 pm | Permalink

    Obama and his hacks held back the Petraeus scandal because if it had been revealed before voters cast their ballots, the vote might have gone to Romney.
    In any case, this is all just sound and fury. It’s the magician distracting us, the nation, from Benghazi.

    It’s a shame that Romey and his advisors decided to let Benghazigate go during the last debate.

    Maybe they, and the Republican House,  can make up for it now, and push for the full truth and then impeachment when the truth comes out, and it becomes known that Obama himself ordered the military to stop from saving them.

    This is incomparably worse than watergate, or the Bill Clinton sex follies,
    both of which led to impeachment.

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  3. Posted November 13, 2012 at 11:52 am | Permalink

    Impeach the modern day messiah?? Perish the thought… 
     
    (remember, the last “movie guy” with “ties to the M.E.” is in prison!)

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