posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 06:20 PM
reply to post by IAMTAT
I agree with you. The Obama administration should not be who or what dictates when we are allowed to know important, breaking developments, especially
when those events could potentially lead to a new declaration of war.
Had this piece of information been made public, as it should have, in the days immediately following the incident, it may have allowed American
citizens to make a more informed and comfortable choice at the voter booth.
Couple this piece of information with the Benghazi circus and Obama's re-election hopes would have been in very, very serious trouble.
With-holding this information from the American citizens, to ensure no campaign damage would be experienced, should be criminal. Fraud and deception
through omission is what we have here. The American citizens should demand a full investigation to determine if with-holding this information was
intentional and meant to keep us in the dark until after the election process.
Whether supporting Paul, Romney, or Obama, we all need to demand why there has been back-to-back major foreign policy failures that have been either
completely lied about or hidden from public view until they felt their campaign would not suffer as an immediate result from the terrible management
by the Obama administration.
I feel like I just sat through a sleezy used-car salesman's pitch and bought the lemon, only to have it fall apart as soon as the rubber hits the
At least we will know what to expect when Obama runs for his, unprecedented, 3rd term as POTUS... maybe we should just go ahead and name him King of
America, there would no longer be a need to worry about voter tampering or scripted campaigns in 2016, it may also save us from Martial Law.
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