posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 02:12 AM
Those above videos are interesting. There's something to the first one revealing the polygraphs, however there's virtually no substance or reporting
to the last one, it's nothing more than a political hit piece. It only makes it more obvious that Stevens wasn't the target, there's much better ways
to commit murder. However, taking measures of a polygraph every month is very extreme.
The only things you keep 100% quiet without even acknowledging a paper trail are items where the mere title of which (to say nothing of the details)
will destabilize the country. Usually these things just happen as secret deals though, this was a very flashy and attention grabbing way to do
something which when combined with the fact that this was planned by the inside means we wanted the world to see that our embassy got looted. The
only reason that would ever be done is if we needed a reason as to why American goods are showing up somewhere they shouldn't be. I realize I'm just
repeating myself here, but every new bit of evidence just keeps pointing to the same thing. At Benghazi we either sold or gifted WMD's to
I didn't vote for the guy. I actually didn't vote in the last few election cycles. I was too dismayed by the choices. However I did want to give
Obama a chance. I liked his speech at the DNC in '04. Thought he was a moderate and reasonable person and his rhetoric, let's call it that now,
during his campaigning, sounded promising. But as the campaign strung along, I could see he was hiding something in his personality and he was just
saying what he knew people wanted to hear. Even then after he was elected, I wanted to give him a chance. This from a life long conservative. Now I
think they all need to be tried and then discarded.
Like you I didn't vote for Obama but I wanted to give him a chance. Based on rhetoric I believed he was better than Romney but going into it I was
already fairly unimpressed with his performance over the first four years. Unlike you however I still voted. There are more than two choices in
every election. Just because the media only shows you two of them doesn't mean that you can't still vote for someone who aligns more with your views.
Being a conservative for example you could have voted for VIrgil Goode of the Constitution Party or Gary Johnson from the Libertarian Party. If
enough people actually did that, your voice would be heard, and the first step to that voice being heard is to actually use it.
19-1-2014 by Aazadan because: (no reason given)