Friday, September 28, 2012

Associated Press Still Spreading “Video Meme” in Benghazi Terrorist Attack

How much longer will the liberal/Obama Press continue to ignore the planned terrorist attack on the Libyan consulate? As of today, Sept. 28th, the Associated Press is still “on board”. Sep 28, 3:08 AM EDT Calif. man behind anti-Muslim film ordered jailed By GREG RISLING Associated Press
The full story about Nakoula and the video "Innocence of Muslims" still isn't known more than two weeks after violence erupted in Egypt and Libya, where Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others were killed in Benghazi. Violence related to the film has since spread, killing dozens more.
Keep up the good work AP.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

A Random Act of Journalism: Chuck Todd Refutes White House Stance on Benghazi (Video)

Via Breitbart, in what must be called a “random act”, this video has NBC Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd stating the facts about what happened in Benghazi, Libya. Also included is Susan Rice, claiming “there was a significant number of security personnel”.

Once again, the liberal media got “way ahead” of this story by projecting a competent White House and State Department, when in fact, the ineptness of this serious breech in security for our Embassies, (on the anniversary of 9/11), clearly shows deadly leadership failures. Susan Rice should have been ashamed to go on the Sunday news shows perverting her “spontaneous” excuses in this travesty.

(Disclosure: I picked up/used the “random act of journalism” meme from a commenter at Breitbart by the name of Michael---credit where credit is due.)

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

We've Heard It All Before

No explanation needed here:

Barack Obama's "rinse and repeat" speech just reeks with a boat-load of empty promises.  Can we really afford four more years this administration's policies? Or its failures to keep any commitments?

"Obama’s pattern is this: Make a promise; break the promise; insist that you’ve kept the promise, and hope the press gives you a free pass. When called out, resort to absurd word parsing." ~ Washington Examiner