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Sunday, October 28, 2012

 





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Obama says he is 'ultimately' responsible
for Benghazi security

Obama will say this on Morning Joe tomorrow.
No word on full blown press conference.
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Obama knew about the attack, ignored
three requests for help

Cold political play could cost him the election
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A Case Study In Incompetence
Iran builds the bomb; Syria burns: Turkey awaits
its fate... Egypt prepares a Muslim Brotherhood-enforced
Sharia state." And Heart Beat Biden asks a grieving SEAL's
father about the size of his son's testicles.
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Stand Down Obama and Biden, Stand Down
"...crass and vulgar and without regard for truth,
law or common decency and deserve to be
drummed out of office."
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Media Blackout: Why Obama Dodged the Libya Question
When reporters not totally submerged in the Obama
Love Tank ask questions, things begin to happen.
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Has General Ham Been Fired?
A rumor, for now, gains credence. Will the "New Media"
continue to save us all?
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Why did Obama choose to “stand down” in Benghazi?
It's all falling into place. If you look hard enough,
a divine hand can be seen reaching through the Fog of War.
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Ldotter Note: Trouble getting on site?
We are getting spotty reports of readers not being
able to reach the site. If that's you please send LinkLady7.com
your ISP number and our techs will get you back on.
Remember, big old storm on the way here, too.
May have power out.
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Must Reads for Saturday, October 27, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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