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Bumper Sticker of Truth: “Benghazi Liars”

Bumper Sticker of Truth: “Benghazi Liars”

I couldn’t have said it better myself.

From John in Richmond, VA, who spotted this in the rear window of the vehicle in front of him:

With all the scandal news breaking it may be hard to get to bumper stickers but these are timely. I have never seen the lower bumper sticker before. Inside the word “Benghazi” are pictures of Obama, Hillary, et al.

Keep up the good work.

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Midwest Rhino | May 25, 2013 at 8:48 am

Obama’s willingness to lie openly to America on every major topic, is surely unprecedented and historic. If any was ever half as untruthful, their lies were never so fully exposed.

Almost as disconcerting is that the IRS (and who knows how many other union run government agencies) seems long run by career political hacks that operate as Democrat enforcers, using their police power to threaten political opponents, kneecapping as necessary.

IRS (EPA, OSHA, other unelected tyrannical “enforcers” for the left) can’t allow a fledgling tea “party” to spread the notion that the individual is THEIR ultimate boss, and (Democrat run) government is not Supreme. The “People’s House” is not a ruler’s palace.

I like to imagine we (the people) still have many in the FBI and CIA, and the military, on our side. Obama evades with “I’ll look into it”, or “let’s have that debate”. We’re well past taking that bait.

Use the law as the tool to protect “We the People”, not as a “lawfare” weapon to destroy us. We now need a Arab Whistleblower Spring … a spring offensive where the anti-American government union apparatchik is fully exposed … and prosecuted to the full extent of The Law. Individual freedom forces must retake The Hill, for which our forefathers fought.

blockquote:

Contents should not be swallowed. This is due to the enormous amount of harmful chemicals that has gone into this burger.

Oopps. Wrong key.

If everything were equal, Benghazi alone should be enough to bring down this administration. Minor annoyances like IRS, AP, Fox News and Fast & Furious would cement the case…

Conservative Beaner | May 25, 2013 at 11:58 am

For Democrats

Lying
Is
A
Requirement
Stupid

adammchristensen | May 25, 2013 at 6:19 pm

I have a co-exist parody sticker on my car along the same lines. It spells “Get Along” in the Muslim crescent Moon and star symbol.

http://www.bumperstickersaredumb.com/Get_Along-Coexist_Parody.php

There is no there there. You want to take issue with anything, then question the U.S. history of secret wars. Benghazi was a CIA operation arming the Syrian rebels who are fighting to overthrow the Assad regime. U.S. support for the rebels started as early as 2006. As such, the CIA handled security (supplementing Ambassador Stevens’ 5-man DSS force that traveled with him from Tripoli to Benghazi), the two responding forces were comprised of CIA soldiers, and the CIA controlled the initial information.

The outpost was set ablaze within 15 minutes after the initial assault. Ambassador Stevens (who had just met with Turkish agents regarding the operation) and Sean Smith died of smoke inhalation after the security team (following protocol) exited first to clear an escape route and lost them in the intense smoke and fire. In a second attack 1 1/2 miles away, 2 CIA/military soldiers, Ty Woods and Glen Doherty, were killed in an 11 minute mortar attack while they were manning a rooftop machine gun at a CIA base.

The first CIA/military responding force — comprised of SEALs and commandos — were launched within 25 minutes of the initial attack. A U.S. Predator drone was launched immediately and flew overhead. A second CIA/military force came from Tripoli with the C-130 aircraft that was used in the rescue. The forces were armed with MK46 machine gun and individual H&K 416s complimented with GLMs—H&K 40mm grenade launchers. They were later reinforced with Libyan military with more than 50 vehicles.

In the end, more than 60 of the attacking militants/terrorists were killed by our forces, the bodies of our 4 dead were secured, and 32 Americans were safely evacuated and on a plane home in hours.

President Obama called it an “act of terror” the very next day and CBS/AP reported that very day that U.S. officials were investigating it as a terrorist attack in conjunction with the 9/11 anniversary. In the days leading up to the attack and for days after, there were indeed protests, riots and attacks on U.S. facilities in 20 nations in response to the infamous anti-Muslim film. Eyewitnesses in Benghazi reported that the attackers organized youth to chant against the film during the attack and that the attackers themselves invoked the film. Nevertheless, Secretary of State Clinton forcefully declared that it made no difference what their motives were, there is no excuse for the violence against our people.

The “scandal” regarding Benghazi, if there is any, was in the politicization of this tragic (and heroic) event in history. Five of the seven deadliest terrorist attacks on Americans overseas, claiming from five to 283 lives between 1983 and 2004, occurred in the lead-up to or during presidential campaigns. Yet Romney, attacking before the initial information was even confirmed, was the first presidential candidate to respond to a terrorist attack in such a blatantly partisan manner. (And Romney paid for it in the polls.)

As The Nation reported, as forcefully as Romney was attempting to depict the attack as a consequence of Obama’s perceived Middle East “weakness,” over 90 percent of the 538 Americans who died in these seven earlier incidents did so while a Republican was in the White House, and Obama’s tally of four fatalities in overseas incidents is the lowest death toll of any modern American president.

The callous attacks from the right, dished out with total disregard for the mourning relatives of Ambassador Stevens, falsely had him tortured and sodomized and dragged through the streets of Benghazi. In fact, local Muslims cheered when they found him and they carried his body to the hospital where they diligently tried to revive him. Local Muslims later protested the violent attacks and, with the Libyan government, drove much of the remaining militias out of Benghazi.

The core of this faux scandal in the eyes of partisan Republicans is that the President had declared an end to the “War on Terror” and desperately needed to cover-up any act of terrorism in Benghazi. The reality is that the Obama administration rightly took credit for the death of bin Laden and for decimating much of the core leadership of al Qaeda.

But the President, who was comfortably ahead of Romney in the polls (and even more so in the Obama campaign’s more accurate internal polling), never was waving a “Mission Accomplished” banner in regard to the war on terror. In fact, in announcing bin Laden’s death, President Obama declared just the opposite: “For over two decades, bin Laden has been al Qaeda’s leader and symbol, and has continued to plot attacks against our country and our friends and allies. The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s effort to defeat al Qaeda. Yet his death does not mark the end of our effort. There’s no doubt that al Qaeda will continue to pursue attacks against us.”

While Republicans sought to politicize the Benghazi tragedy as presumed presidential “weakness,” we should remember why Ambassador Stevens was even in such a dangerous place. The Obama Administration and NATO succeeded where others Presidents couldn’t — including Ronald Reagan, who called him the “Mad Dog of the Mid East” — in ridding Libya of the international terrorist, Muammar Gaddafi, whose atrocities included killing 189 American citizens in the Lockerbie bombing.

But while there is no Presidential scandal regarding Benghazi, we should not miss the chance to question the long U.S. history of secret wars. No U.S. law was broken here — as it was by President Reagan who continued to arm the Contra rebels even though Congress had passed a law against doing so. But as it is, the roots of Benghazi — and 9/11, the 1979 hostage crisis and more — can be found in the 1953 CIA operation on behalf of U.S. and British oil companies. Project AJAX, as the coup was called, took down the democratically elected leader in Iran and ushered in decades of the brutally oppressive Shah who chased dissent — and hatred of the U.S. — into the mosques.

    Conservative Beaner in reply to JimWard. | May 26, 2013 at 10:50 am

    I would like to believe all of this but if it were true why hasn’t the liberal media put out all of this information.

    Also considering other scandals such as Fast and Furious(Rapido y Furioso in Mexico),IRS,EPA and whatever else the current administration is doing to undermine our liberties.

    If this was a CIA operation that went bad, was Patreus really fired for moral turpitude or for the big screw up, which still falls in Obama’s lap since he nominated Patreus for the CIA job.

    Last, Qaddafi was nuetered when Bush got rid of Saddam Huessein. He quickly folded his weapons program thinking he could be next.

    TXLewis in reply to JimWard. | May 28, 2013 at 10:51 am

    Quite an imaginative narrative you write there Jim.

    TXL

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