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Wednesday, October 10, 2012


White House Comes Clean: No Protest Outside Libya Consulate
Absolutely everything we were told by our
government was 100% wrong. Not to put
too fine a point on it, they lied. (Hearings start this morning.)
Obama Defiantly Declares 'Al Qaeda Is on Its Heels,'
Even After Successful Terrorist Attacks

Then, less than a month ago the Loyal Order of the
Muslim Raccoons burned down our consulate
and murdered our men.
When Will Obama Respond to Benghazi Attack?
State and WH somewhere between molten sheep ghee and
a hard place a month after attack with no answers.
Mitt Romney rides new wave of popularity
as poll numbers surge

The Romney boys begin to surface as near clones,
good looking, whip smart and funny.
I Was Right About That Strange Jobs Report
A relentless Jack Welch gives the pot of cooked
numbers a dash of Tabasco.
A Look at Chuck Todd and Conspiratorial Media Incest
Here's a fascinating Who's Married to Whom of
the beltway. It's one big threesome, husband,
wife and Barack Obama.
Must Reads for Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]


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