Thursday, 20 December 2012


REMEMBER THIS?????? SEPTEMBER 11th 2012, Benghazi, Libya. Ambassador Stevens murdered by Al-Qaeda, not by an angry mob, or small time protesters.

So Ambassador Susan Rice decides not to be put forward as nominee for Secretary of State to replace Hillary Clinton.

In a letter to President Obama (12/13/12) she said:

“I am now convinced that the confirmation process would be lengthy disruptive and costly— to you and to our most pressing national and international priorities”.
Cue a list of intimidation and claims from the liberal media and Democrat lawmakers, who called the legitimate charges against Ambassador Rice as racist and sexist.

Let’s look at the facts for a second:

Ambassador Rice went on the record (5 times) in saying that Sept 11 Benghazi attacks were due to a publication of a movie, rather than terrorism: On Meet the Press 9/16/12 she said as follows:
“But let’s remember what has transpired over the last several days.  This is a response to a hateful and offensive video that was widely disseminated throughout the Arab and Muslim world.  Obviously, our view is that there is absolutely no excuse for violence and that-- what has happened is condemnable, but this is a-- a spontaneous reaction to a video, and it’s not dissimilar but, perhaps, on a slightly larger scale than what we have seen in the past with The Satanic Verses with the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.”  
That turned out, as we all knew or know, to be completely false and she got found out. 
 It is quite simple really. She was misinformed by her boss and she got caught out trying to cover it up.

What bothers me with this administration is that when all else fails, they throw the race card or try to destroy and opponent. 
Obama did it to Romney during the election with Bain; he is trying to do that with McCain, Graham & the GOP, who are questioning, legitimately the Benghazi issue.

However, I can show you another way that criticism can be handled and that is through integrity.

·         Condoleezza Rice – National Security Director under George W. Bush, said that Iraq had WMD. 
       When she received criticism, did the GOP cry SEXISM?

·         Colin Powell – Secretary of State under George W. Bush, went up to the United Nations and said that  Saddam had WMD. He was criticized but you didn’t hear the GOP scream RACISM!

You can go back to the Henry Louis Gates arrest controversy as THE case in point. Obama didn't know the facts, nor was he interested in them either; but the President's goal was to protect his own, not the interest of the American people.


In the case of Ambassador Rice, she should’ve looked into the truth of the matter regardless of whether or not it was convenient politically. 

A Secretary of State is obliged to stay apolitical during their tenure. 

Susan Rice failed that test when she lied about on the Sunday talk shows!

Obama has stated that she never had a choice but to attend the Sunday talk shows. That is where it falls apart. Anyone with half a brain cell knew that Benghazi was a terrorist act. If Rice was being honest, she would've said the same at the time. 

However, she went out to bat for the team and was found out. 

If she had character and honor, then she would've rejected the order from Obama and refused to mislead the nation. She didn't and that is why she will never be Secretary of State. 

She put Obama, before country. 

Hillary Clinton also has answers to give and I can assure that she will be made to testify, regardless of the illnesses she claims to have.

It was clear that Susan Rice, Jay Carney, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama continually tried to cover this up through ‘smoke and mirrors’ The American people need the truth and fast. 


The Benghazi report has now been issued and amazingly the upper command of Team Obama has been completely exonerated. We still do not know as to why the embassy was under equipped and under this President, we will never know.


It would be wrong of me not to point out a saying which Susan Rice once made when she said that I am a direct person” 

If you believe that, you’ll believe anything. 

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