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Sunday, November 04, 2012

 



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Papers Blast Obama Over Benghazi
Blasts come a day before election as other
media let Obama kick Benghazi dirt ball down the road.
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A President without Shame
Three determined women journalists who
refused to give up show Obama and his minions
for what they truly are.
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There's A Reason Why All Of The Reports
About Benghazi Are So Confusing

Clearly too many clueless people were way over their heads.
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Stand down? No, it’s time for Americans to stand up
The next few days will tell us where our media stands.
Some may never get up.
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Mud on his hands
"Barack Obama is sour with sarcasm, peevish, defensive
and even downright angry."
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Hour by hour: What to watch on Election Night
There will be better breakdowns as we move along.
For now this will do.
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Must Reads for Saturday, November 03, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]


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