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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

 





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White House: Libya attack may have been preplanned
What's the universal sign for rolling eyes?
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No, the new Romney video is not the end of the world
Ask four people what this was about next week.
Crickets. Ask five people what it's about right now. Same.
  •  
Libya: We gave US three-day warning of Benghazi attack
Amb. Stevens and his colleagues could have used
a phone call, email, tweet, whatever.
  •  
Obama’s Middle East Delusions
While dems are getting their onesies in a twist
over Romney, pay attention to what's really important.
  •  
Jimmy Carter’s ‘looking for work’ grandson
claims credit for surfacing Romney video

Seems trolling the web is a hobby. Someone should
hire the kid. He recognizes truth.
  •  
Mitt Romney defends video: Not ‘elegantly stated’
"My campaign is about helping people take more
responsibility,” Somehow that sounds refreshing.
  •  
Leaked videos show Romney dismissing Obama
supporters as feeling entitled to handouts

A discussion of the "Where's Mine?" mentality is overdue.
  •  
Rodeo clown media frantically distract from
Obama's foreign policy disaster

If the Romney tape is the left's 'A' material there
will soon be grim proof that the object isn't shiny enough.
  •  
U.S. Intel: Benghazi Attack Wasn’t Spontaneous
And yet, UN Amb. Susan Rice does a Full Ginsburg
visiting five nat'l TV shows in one day to lie. Amazing.
  •  
Must Reads for Monday, September 17, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
  •  
Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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