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Saturday, October 27, 2012


President Obama Begs Off Answering Whether
Americans in Benghazi Were Denied Requests for Help

Exploding Arrogance Meter: "These are folks who
served under me who I had sent to some
very dangerous places."
Obama: 'Not personally aware' of security
requests before Libya attack

Must have been in the Choom Room when
the word came down.
Panetta Says We Lacked Real-Time Benghazi Intel
Something is wrong here, really wrong. Let's spend
the weekend finding out what.
(Video) Obama dodges question on denial
of help for Americans in Benghazi

Here's Obama on yet another show ducking
the Big B. question
Petraeus Throws Obama Under the Bus
This is all getting very kabuki.
If Reelected, Obama Should Be
Impeached over Benghazi

See note below on Biden.
Controversial book skewers Biden
but is ignored by media

Anyone getting an eerie feeling we should pay
more attention to Biden?
Must Reads for Friday, October 26, 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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