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Wednesday, May 01, 2013

 









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Saudi Arabia warned the United States in writing about
Boston Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2012

Denials of this story fly down the night wires. So far it's holding.
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GOP persists with questions about Benghazi attack
Perky lugs. Like annoying flies they are. Even Kerry
getting annoyed. Dead heroes families are too.
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Obama, King of Glib, whines ‘This stuff is hard’
Positively Seinfeldian: Lighter than air and about nothing.
President whimpers through an unstructured presser. Threatens to pack.
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Attorney: Benghazi Whistle-Blowers Threatened by White House
Underestimate Victoria Teonsing at great risk.
She's amazing. Just watch.
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Poll: Obamacare Support Slumps to 35 Percent
....and that's with 47% not even knowing it is
the law of the land.
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Issa: Obama ‘aids those’ who are intimidating
Benghazi whistle-blowers

O called talk of intimidation a "notion." (1. A belief or opinion.
2.A mental image or representation; an idea or conception.
3.A fanciful impulse; a whim.)
More than a dozen US workers falling silent isn't a whim.
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30 Reasons To Dislike Barack Obama
Just read this. You'll undertand why it's here.
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Must Reads for Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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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