Benghazi Research: Obama Arming al-Qaeda – Reason for Libya Cover Up? We Think It’s Even Bigger (New Maps of CIA Annex Included)

Pat Dollard has a great read regarding the Libyan arms and possible White House perceived discovery risk attaching the same concept of Fast and Furious to Libyan arms. It is something many here have also discussed. However, we think there is more to it, actually much more.   Many Treepers have helped to flesh out the Benghazi mission agenda and the possible CIA activity.   Pat Dollard and The Washington Times have set the stage.   The TreeHouse goes deeper, much deeper.   First, The Dollard outline:

(Via PatDollard)  Excerpted from The Washington Times, piece by Frank Gaffney, Reagans’ assistant Secretary of State: President Obama’s once seemingly unstoppable march toward re-election hit what he might call “bumps in the road” in Benghazi, Libya, late on Sept. 11, 2012. It might be more accurate to describe the effect of the well-planned and -executed, military-style attack on a diplomatic facility there as the political equivalent of a devastating improvised explosive device on the myth of the unassailability of the Obama record as commander-in-chief.

Thanks to intrepid investigative reporting — notably by Bret Baier and Catherine Herridge at Fox News, Aaron Klein at WND.com and Clare Lopez at RadicalIslam.org — and information developed by congressional investigators, the mystery is beginning to unravel with regard to what happened that night and the reason for the subsequent, clumsy official cover-up now known as Benghazigate.

The evidence suggests that the Obama administration has not simply been engaging, legitimating, enriching and emboldening Islamists who have taken over or are ascendant in much of the Middle East. Starting in March 2011, when American diplomat J. Christopher Stevens was designated the liaison to the “opposition” in Libya, the Obama administration has been arming them, including jihadists like Abdelhakim Belhadj, leader of the al Qaeda franchise known as the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group. Once Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown, Stevens was appointed ambassador to the new Libya run by Mr. Belhadj and his friends. Not surprisingly, one of the most important priorities for someone in that position would be to try to find and secure the immense amount of armaments that had been cached by the dictator around the country and systematically looted during and after the revolution.

One of the places in Libya most awash with such weapons in the most dangerous of hands is Benghazi. It now appears that Stevens was there — on a particularly risky day, with no security to speak of and despite now copiously documented concerns about his own safety and that of his subordinates — for another priority mission: sending arms recovered from the former regime’s stocks to the “opposition” in Syria. As in Libya, the insurgents are known to include al Qaeda and other Shariah-supremacist groups, including none other than Abdelhakim Belhadj.

Fox News has chronicled how the Al Entisar, a Libyan-flagged vessel carrying 400 tons of cargo, docked on Sept. 6 in the Turkish port of Iskenderun. It reportedly supplied both humanitarian assistance and arms — including deadly SA-7 man-portable surface-to-air missiles — apparently destined for Islamists, again including al Qaeda elements, in Syria.

What cries out for further investigation — and debate in the remaining days of this presidential election — is whether this shipment was part of a larger covert Obama effort to transfer weapons to our enemies that could make the Iran-Contra scandal, to say nothing of Operation Fast and Furious, pale by comparison.

Investigative journalist Aaron Klein has reported that the “consulate in Benghazi” actually was no such thing. He observes that although administration officials have done nothing to correct that oft-repeated characterization of the facility where the murderous attack on Stevens and his colleagues was launched, they call it a “mission.” What Mr. Klein describes as a “shabby, nondescript building” that lacked any “major public security presence” was, according to an unnamed Middle Eastern security official, “routinely used by Stevens and others to coordinate with the Turkish, Saudi and Qatari governments on supporting the insurgencies in the Middle East, most prominently the rebels opposing Assad’s regime in Syria.”

We know that Stevens‘ last official act was to hold such a meeting with an unidentified “Turkish diplomat.” Presumably, the conversation involved additional arms shipments to al Qaeda and its allies in Syria. It also may have involved getting more jihadi fighters there. After all, Mr. Klein reported last month that, according to sources in Egyptian security, our ambassador was playing a “central role in recruiting jihadists to fight Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria.”

It gets worse. Last week, Center for Security Policy senior fellow and former career CIA officer Clare Lopez observed that there were two large warehouse-type buildings associated with the so-called “consulate” whose purpose has yet to be disclosed. As their contents were raided in the course of the attack, we may never know for sure whether they housed — and were known by the local jihadis to house — arms, perhaps administered by the two former Navy SEALs killed along with Stevens.

What we do know is that the New York Times — one of the most slavishly pro-Obama publications in the country — reported in an Oct. 14 article, “Most of the arms shipped at the behest of Saudi Arabia and Qatar to supply Syrian rebel groups fighting the government of Bashar Assad are going to hard-line Islamic jihadists, and not the more secular opposition groups that the West wants to bolster.”

In short, it seems President Obama has been engaged in gun-walking on a massive scale. The effect has been to equip America’s enemies to wage jihad not only against regimes it once claimed were our friends, but inevitably against us and our allies as well. That would explain his administration’s desperate and now failing bid to mislead the voters through the serial deflections of Benghazigate.  (read more).

Let me just say for the sake of intellectual absorption that I believe what Pat Dollard outlines is accurate.  Not only is it accurate – it is factual – and unfortunately, OLD NEWS.  Yes, “old news”, news that unfortunately no-one paid attention too when we, and a few others, were initially connecting the dots over a year ago.   But I digress…

While Pat’s presentation is factually accurate, I think he is missing the expanded picture.  Yes, President Obama gave U.S. Arms and Missiles to the rebels in Benghazi during the Libyan uprising.  Yes, Hillary Clinton coordinated with NATO to provide cash and weaponry to the “rebels” in Benghazi during the uprising.   None of this is disputed.

Yes, the rebels took full control of the Gaddafi armories when they pushed the State Military back to Tripoli and eventually took them out.    Yes, the rebels -however you want to define them- took control of missiles, chemical weapons, and much more.  Yes, none of this is disputed.

But you’ve got an important aspect missing.   During the uprising Ayman Al Zawahiri sent his best al-Qaeda fighters from the battlefield in Afghanistan back to Libya to coordinate the attacks against the Gaddafi military.   It is a fact that MOST of the al-qaeda fighters from Iraq and Afghanistan/Pakistan were actually Libyan nationals.   This is an important element missing in Pat’s dot connection.

As reported last year -when it occurred in March – 20,000 SAM’s and MANPAD rockets were looted from Libya by these Zawahiri led fighters.  Loaded into pickup trucks and convoys and distributed all over the place.   The president of Chad, Idriss Deby, told of both AQIM and Libyan al-Qaeda operatives moving the rockets through North Africa.

“The Islamists of al-Qaeda took advantage of the pillaging of arsenals in the rebel zone to acquire arms, including surface-to-air missiles, which were then smuggled into their sanctuaries in Tenere,” a desert region of the Sahara that stretches from northeast Niger to western Chad, Deby said in the interview.

“This is very serious. AQIM is becoming a genuine army, the best equipped in the region,” he said.

His claim was echoed by officials in other countries in the region who said that they were worried that al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) might have acquired “heavy weapons”, thanks to the insurrection.   “We have sure information. We are very worried for the sub-region,” a Malian security source who did not want to be named said.   AQIM originated as an armed Islamist resistance movement to the secular Algerian government.   (report)

At the time I made the following comment:

Once again, what is it going to take for the media to wake up and see these reports.   On our little insignificant blog we’ve been sharing the AQIM link to Western Libya for over a month.    It is generally accepted even in reports within our U.S. military intelligence.   Why, why, why is the media overlooking this stuff.   This is serious business.   We (The United States) have found cargo from Africa containing weapons in the past several years at various California ports, all well documented.   In addition we just shared confirmation of Somalian al-Queda members being smuggled through mexico across the U.S. border.

To think of these guys having Surface to Air Missiles (SAM’s) is beyond frightening.   If used in Europe, or shipped to America they could kill tens of thousands of commercial airline travelers.    What the heck is it going to take to get the media to expose this direct linkage.   President Deby is sounding the alarm….. It’s 3:00am…  Anyone listening?…. ANYONE?…  A.N.Y.O.N.E ?   What’s it going to take? A couple of 747′s shot down over the coast?….. /SD

Now back to dot connecting.    Both AQAP (al-Qaeda Arabian Peninsular), and AQIM (al-Qaeda Islamic Maghreb) both looted Libya for missiles, AQIM took them WEST toward N-Africa, then south, then loaded into boats toward Yemen.   AQAP took them EAST toward Afghanistan/Iran/Pakistan – back toward their boss Ayman Al Zawahiri in the mountains.

….AND some weapons, including missiles, through Egypt into Syria to start their uprising.

The U.S./NATO weapons given to the “rebels”, who were confirmed al-Qaeda fighters, and the Libyan missiles were never *tracked*, it was all just dumped in there.    That is what Doherty and Woods were doing trying to sort it out, buy them back, and *possibly* redistribute toward Syria.

The Obama administration indeed had no issue with diverting these missiles to Syria because Assad staying in power was a black eye on President Obama as the world witnessed his diminishing influence, and abject irrelevance.

But that does not explain why the Administration would see the Benghazi massacre as a risk.   No, for that you need to dig deeper.   Those friggin U.S. missiles were not only in Libya, being shipped to Syria, but they were also shipped to, wait for it….. AFGHANISTAN.

Yes, our guys are being shot down by our own shoulder fired missiles we dumped into Libya, became the base of ammunition for the al-Qaeda rebels, and ultimately after Gaddafi overthrow vast stores were shipped back in those al-Qaeda pick up trucks to Afghanistan.

We can prove all of this JUST START HERE

Remember the Navy SEALs, the ones that killed Bin Laden, that died along with 22 other Americans in August 2011 after their Helicopters Were Shot Down.   Remember ?

Or, these from June 6th

Or, these from August 16th

Or, these from Sept 5th

Or this startling Headline:  America Suffers Worst Airpower Loss Since Vietnam

The Defense Department itself recognizes openly the new appearance of Surface to air Missiles in Afghanistan.  From a June 1st report:

In June 1 operations: — A combined patrol discovered a weapons cache containing three shoulder-fired, surface-to-air missiles, three anti-tank mines, 423 RPGs, 118,600 7.62 mm rounds, 30 rifles and other ordnance in the Tarin Kot district of Uruzgan province. The cache’s contents were destroyed.

We have been in Afghanistan for a decade now…. and all of a sudden Surface To Air missiles show up in 2012 ?   Didn’t anyone connect the dots from a total of four Helicopters shot down in all of 2011, to more than eleven shot down so far this year.   Leading to a tactical military change.   NO MORE CLOSE AIR SUPPORT.    One brave soldier in Afghanistan shares how big a deal this is:

Dad,…   […] We have received orders that clearly state that all CF will no longer be allowed to drop air to ground munitions within the country of Afghanistan. This preempts Karzi’s announcement that will be made shortly that states the above mentioned order, making it a tactical directive that he is ordering. […]

The soldiers of the U.S. never engage the enemy unless we know that we have will always have the tactical advantage in defending ourselves, that advantage is the use of close air support and air weapons team. To take those weapons away from us is to level the playing field for the enemy and thus exposing our soldiers to more danger. In the school house they teach us that the minimum ratio that we are to engage the enemy with, is a 3:1 ratio. In other words, we have the highest probability of winning because we don’t fight fair. The sound tactical principles behind this teaching have saved lives. The very presence of aircraft over our foot patrols has also saved lives and now our chain of command is being told by our political leadership that this is now not allowed.  If we are not partnering with the ANSF and we are not actively patrolling to prevent our enemies from massing their attacks on our COP and we can’t drop a bomb on the enemy that we have positively identified, than what the hell are we doing here?   (more here)

This soldier is trying to figure out why the hell they cannot have air support.   It is beyond ironic to think that the reason is because his President, his Commander and Chief, ordered and assisted shoulder fired missiles being distributed to the very enemy that he fights against.

Think about it.

While you are thinking about Sad Irony – Think about those SEALs who killed Bin Laden themselves being killed by the same President Obama directive.   And Obama spikes the football….

Makes hearing “Bin Laden’s Dead”, a little different – doesn’t it.

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128 Responses to Benghazi Research: Obama Arming al-Qaeda – Reason for Libya Cover Up? We Think It’s Even Bigger (New Maps of CIA Annex Included)

  1. margegunderson says:

    Breaking News……. Benghazi suspect arrested in Tunisia.

    How predictable is this? Sigh

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  2. Sharon says:

    http://www.conservativedailynews.com/2012/10/bill-clinton-told-hillary-to-resign-us-arming-syrian-rebels-with-ties-to-al-queda-muslim-brotherhood/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheConservativeDailyNews+%28The+Conservative+Daily+News%29

    Today we learn from sources that not only did Hillary ask for added security, and was denied, but her closest advisers strongly suggested she seek legal counsel just days after the attack. Why? Why did “they” deny Hillary’s requests for added security to Benghazi, and why is this a situation in which a Secretary of State would need personal legal counsel? Could the Benghazi fallout, go beyond what a Public Relations firm can handle? I’d say YES. Could this be a criminal act, negligence, dereliction of duty, which resulted in murder? I’d say YES

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    The Main Stream Media is protecting Obama, so many Americans do not know these details. They are hoping to slide through the next 2 weeks and pull out a victory, putting back in power the President who watched our fellow Americans die….and then, went to bed.

    One of the links within the linked article above:

    http://counterjihadreport.com/2012/10/24/benghazi-was-this-a-united-states-gunrunning-operation-to-al-qaida-jihadi

    Depending on what Hillary has to protect herself from, and who she’s willing to push down in order to do that….some of this reminds me of the Halloween weekend massacre that Nixon implemented, as he fired 2-3 Attorneys General in one weekend until he found one who would do his bidding. Of course, obama doesn’t have that kind of problem with his Attorney General. Does he have that kind of problem with his SoS? One can only hope, but I’m not holding my breath.

    I don’t know how it fits in the big picture, but obviously Hillary isn’t feeling real safe at the moment.

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    • Sharon, you know how diligent I am about dot connecting, you know me…. We don’t have any idea how big this thing is… We.Have.No.Idea. This is YEARS of machinations in various entities and formations. Benghazi is a visible symptom, a wound we are witnessing. But the instrument that caused the wound, the weapon per se’, we have no idea what it was. It could go all the way down to the Rivkin Project, and all the way up to the United Nations and a Global President.

      We just have no idea.

      But what I do know is this “thing” is bigger, BY FAR, than anything EVER in the modern history of U.S. politics. Hamilton’s duel pales in comparison.

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      • Sharon says:

        Yeah. I know. And I don’t know. You are the DDCI (Diligent Dot Connector Indeed) so I watch and try to learn.

        Speaking on an entirely different subject, my brother e-mailed me this thought today which perhaps applies here:

        The real key in these discussions is not what one knows, or even thinks they know. Usually the most important part of the conversation remains unspoken since that consists of what we don’t know that we don’t know.

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      • Bette says:

        SD…Good work and a very astute proclamation. This is the first and only blog I have ever participated in. Being a neophyte with much to learn, I am innately intuitive and posess reasonable analytical skills. Just in the short time I have observed you and your talented group of researchers, I have been impressed and inspired with the your selection of subjects of import and your conviction to the adherence factual reporting.

        I hope in time that I might be able to contribute in a meaningful way in addressing the issues presented here. Many of these are subjects near and dear to my heart and it is so compelling to be able to share in promoting and/or exposing these issues.

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        • Sharon says:

          Bette, you are so welcome here. Many of us were really just “getting used to how this blog thing works” when we first got acquainted a couple of years back. Find yourself a good safe branch in the Tree. One that’s comfy and has the kind of view you like. Please feel free to join in any of the conversations as you wish. It really is “just a conversation” over the long haul. Welcome! 🙂

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          • Bette says:

            Well Sharon, I am quite clueless on how this “blog thing” works. You are truly light years ahead of me. I perch ever so lightly upon a branch, observing my fellow Treepers and listen closely to their melodious rapport. I tentatively raise my voice to join the chorus, trying to find that perch where I might find permanent refuge. Always open to learning, my efforts may by default be redundant, but are not disingenuous. Would welcome any tips or information that would make future contributions here more meaningful or my research more fruitful. Can anyone tell me how or if I might post relevant pictures or make changes to text format I.e., bold or italicized?

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        • chevymisty says:

          Hey. I don’t participate much…I am not a great researcher and I am not well at putting my thoughts into words and even worse at typing and spelling…But it is a great place to be.

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          • Bette says:

            While I enjoy the hunt of research, am just learning my way around the Forrest. Being succinct is often an attribute I lack when expressing my thoughts and all too often after the “post” button is hit, those typos become glaringly obvious. LOL

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            • boricuafudd says:

              As a reasonable recent Treeper myself, I understand how you feel. Just grab a branch and make yourself comfortable, there is no grammar police, here. We welcome anyone who is searching for the Truth, however hidden. Welcome, and if it helps, your comments have been insightful, and helpful to the conversations, thx.

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  3. LittleLaughter says:

    I’ve long suspected a betrayal of the worst kind with regards to our Ambassador Chris Stevens, but kept it largely to myself as I didn’t know if I would sound like a conspiracy theorist. Now, even my own previous theories pale in contrast to the new suspicions I now have. Could *someone* have planned the attack in order to keep him silent? Am I crazy to think that might be a possibility? I had wondered if that *someone* wanted to stage a kidnapping/rescue as an October Surprise, and it went horribly wrong. Now, I think that while the plan did go wrong, Ambassador Stevens death was the desired outcome. The rest was a result of a quick plan run amuck. A very different tightly executed plan wrapped up neatly, but it blew up and made a mess. What thinks thee?

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    • LittleLaughter says:

      I feel I should clarify an above statement I made: Re: Ambassador Chris Stevens- He was doing his job; a job his family said he loved. I believe HE was the one betrayed, though the way I typed it above, may have sounded otherwise. Sorry if there was confusion. I am still looking for any other thoughts on my theories that I have kept tucked into the uttermost recesses of my mind until now. Anyone?

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      • LL, I don’t know if Stevens was killed as an aspect of some grand scheme or conspiracy. I tend to take the Occam’s Razor approach and say the killing was one event, and the White House response was an entirely seperate event.

        I can see two possible reasons for Stevens being dead. 1) it was accidental by the terrorists who were actually trying to kidnap him to ransom for the blind sheik. 2) it was semi-accidental, but irrelevant, as a part of a robbery for the weapons and safe content.

        I do firmly believe Stevens and Smith were tortured on site. And there is definately something odd about the security officer that was with them and the circumstances of his survival when contrast against Smith/Stevens death.

        I mean how could the response team find Smith’s body but not Stevens. Yet the bad guys dragged Stevens out of the same window the good guys used and left.

        I am of the opinion that Smith was killed to get to Stevens, and Stevens was tasered in the bathroom repeatedly, into a shock induced coma which led to his slow death from physiological system shutdown over time.

        I think the White House response was an “oh shit” response to investigation of Stevens actual goals in the weapons repurchase/redistribution…. and now visible breadcrumb trail.

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        • ctdar says:

          SD, do you think the reason for torture was:
          – find where the munitions are
          – safe combo for the hundreds of thousands of $
          used to buy back the weapons & classified paperwork
          – just for the sport
          – something else

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  4. BigMamaTEA says:

    I’m in total agreement. Be back after I go vomit.

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  5. Sam says:

    We have a domestic enemy as Commander-in-Chief. That’s the only conclusion to draw. This is bigger than any other scandal in US history. Bigger than Watergate, bigger than Iran-Contra and bigger than Fast&Furious, although it has elements of all of them. A US president is deliberately arming our enemies while we are at war. And getting paid for it.

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    • John Galt says:

      “A US president is deliberately arming our enemies while we are at war.”

      Yes, and Romney wants to do the same thing.

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      • Sharon says:

        Can you clarify? Or did you just want to drop that and hurry on your way?

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        • John Galt says:

          Straight from the flip-flopping, dog torturing, chicken-hawk, RINO’s own mouth:

          “I will work with our partners to identify and organize those members of the opposition who share our values and ensure they obtain the arms they need to defeat Assad’s tanks, helicopters, and fighter jets,” he declared.”

          http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/romney-wants-arm-syrias-rebels-would-al-qaeda-benefit

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          • John Galt says:

            I forgot “draft-dodging”.

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            • stellap says:

              Is it impossible that someone who didn’t serve in our military could be a patriot? Or was that just one more negative thing that you added in order to pile on? And dog-torturing? Come on.

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              • ctdar says:

                Patriot:
                one who loves his or her country and supports its authority and interests.

                Who does definition apply to better Obama or Romney?
                Hint: Romney has never bowed to another country’s leader.

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                • John Galt says:

                  “Hint: Romney has never bowed to another country’s leader.”

                  I hope I’m wrong, but I think that’s on the agenda: bow and receive bling necklace from Saudi king.

                  BTW, I have already voted for the draft-dodging, chicken-hawk, dog torturing, flip-flopping, capitalist, Mormon RINO over the dog eating, chicken-hawk, college record hiding, Islamist Marxist. Sad state of affairs, really.

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                • chevymisty says:

                  Romeny wasn’t a Draft dodger he was in school and got a deferment just like most college students did then. Millions of even which ended up with more students in college. As for the mission as a Mormon I feel very strong about that and that boys need to do that in the church. It helps build their character and teaches them many many things. My husband went on a mission instead of joining the military. He now works for the government. My dad served four tours in Vietnam.I know whats it like to be in one of those families. I am very patriotic and so is my husband. But going to school or going on a mission isn’t Draft dodging. I am so sick and tired of people not understanding things that we as LDS members hold sacred. Yes a mission is a sacred thing. Its a spiritual thing as well. I’m not a huge Romeny Fan but i give it up to him for serving a mission From God.

                  and PS. He didn’t torture a dog. You should really read up on what actually happened there.

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                • ctdar says:

                  now your acting like a typical leftist…when you can’t defend the fact that Obama bowed not once, not twice but a solid 3 times(some put the number even higher) to foreign leaders of Saudi Arabia, England and Japan…you try to flip it on Romney.
                  Pathetic

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    • Sharon says:

      Sometimes I’ve found it helpful in life to pose this question to myself: “What’s the very worst possible explanation for this situation?”

      In this situation I can picture “the worst” but I don’t know if I can express it. It has elements in it of authorities (both elected and unelected; military and civilian) trying to evaluate who they can trust and who they can’t trust, how much time they have to change the future.

      There are people whose existence is full black who are scrambling tonight, I think. And I don’t know how many of them are scrambling on our behalf and how many of them are scrambling against us.

      Potential threats, both for us and against us, are expanding exponentially because of fresh facts…groups of powerful people , and individuals….some friend, some foe……who were promised anonymity realize they may not have it much longer.

      That’s the best I can express what I think is the worst that is happening. And it’s all out of focus, of course.

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  6. boricuafudd says:

    SD, there is another player that might also be involved, how much, idk but it may also tie with this. Read this report from last year,

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iran/8782103/Iran-steals-surface-to-air-missiles-from-Libya.html

    Could this be the way they are supplying the manpads to Afghanistan?

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    • woohoowee says:

      I’ve come across several articles indicating Iran is indeed in on all of it. These people are reconstituting the Ottoman Empire, IMHO. What must Israel be thinking at this point?

      Was it fools that didn’t foresee Libya’s stockpiles would end up in Afghanistan and Syria, or a more sinister plan behind all this?

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      • boricuafudd says:

        For many years the Shia’ and Sunni rivalry had kept the players aparts, but now it seems that they are putting their differences aside, that is disconcerting.
        I am just wondering if Iran is the middle man in the arms transfers, and that is the reason for our reluctance to deal with Iran and its nuclear aspirations.

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      • Sharon says:

        this reply showed up in the wrong place…moved in down to where it was intended to be…reply to woohoowee

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        • John Galt says:

          Wow, I wish we had leadership with goals of making the US rich and powerful.

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          • Sharon says:

            You seem to be on a mission to undermine Romney. You seem to have no personal hope for the future for the United States of America. One of the primary purposes of the Treehouse is to provide a place for those who are waging the current battle with optimism and determination and who want to be shoulder to shoulder with likeminded persons, eyes wide open. You don’t appear to share that purpose.

            Many of us here are broken glass voters this year. Romney is not the issue. The survival of the United States of America is the issue.

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            • Ms.Tee says:

              Right on, Sharon! I came here today, for some good ol’ fashioned Treehouse optimism. I’m surrounded by Kool-Aid drinkers at my job and today they were saying that,while the race is close, that Romney doesn’t have enough time to win and the election is essentially in the bag for the opposition. ::sigh:: I know that I shouldn’t listen to such nonsense but it does grate at the nerves.

              That said, Ms. Tee is voting Saturday, when early voting(R/R) begins in the Sunshine State!

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  7. Bette says:

    SD,
    This is an article from Glenn Beck’s “The Blaze”. It pretty much reiterates what you stated you had known for some time and what we have all previously discussed here. Just providing it for another source of reference.

    http://www.glennbeck.com/2012/10/24/exposed-e-mails-reveal-white-house-knew-al-qaeda-linked-group-led-attacks-on-embassy/?utm_source=Daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2012-10-25_173346&utm_content=5455251&utm_term=_173346_173353

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  8. lovemygirl says:

    What was Romney told to shut up during the last debate about Benghazi? It is beyond a tactical manuver. Something big is going on.

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    • funny you would say that. I have a feeling Team Romney was told to “avoid this, much more is about to come out”… I agree, I think many *insiders* hold info and are watching what happens.

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      • gretchenone says:

        Exactly. And since Romney is getting intelligence briefings (of some type or other), he and his team are probably connecting dots, too.

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      • howie says:

        The cover up is in full speed ahead mode. The media is desperate to silence the truth until after the voting. The best I heard was like Woodward and Bernstein helping Nixon to cover up Watergate. No matter what comes out the media will bury it. The GOP will whine about that. It is up to Romney to bring it out. Over the heads of the collectivist media.

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    • John Galt says:

      “What was Romney told to shut up during the last debate about Benghazi?”

      Romney sucked in the foreign policy debate because he is in substantial agreement with Obama’s foreign policy. How can he criticize Obama for funneling arms to jihadists in Syria when he advocates the same thing?

      The Saudis are also funneling arms, recruiting and sending jihadists to Syria. In the event that Romney wins the election, I fully expect him to bow and accept the bling necklace from the Saudi king, just as Dubya and Obama have done.

      Hopefully Romney can handle the economy better than Zero.

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      • gretchenone says:

        The other sign that a President Romney is serious about governing a free USA, is to get us energy independent. He has been speaking a good game during the campaign. It remains to be seen if he actually follows through on that. No other president has.

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  9. woohoowee says:

    Who wouldn’t have sense enough to realize those stockpiles of weapons would end up all over the place, including Syria and Afghanistan?! There was nothing to stop it. A buy back program, yeah right. As if the Moslem terrorists are going to give up their weapons. Throw Iran into the mix and what have we got? Can’t help wondering what Israel is thinking right about now.

    The people that have done all this are rebuilding the Ottoman Empire.

    Someone please let me know when the broken arrow signal is given 😦

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    • John Galt says:

      “As if the Moslem terrorists are going to give up their weapons.”

      Moslem terrorists a/k/a McCain’s Heroes.

      “Who wouldn’t have sense enough to realize those stockpiles of weapons would end up all over the place, including Syria and Afghanistan?!”

      Here is a list of 265 people who didn’t have enough sense:

      http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2011/roll412.xml

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      • woohoowee says:

        Tinfoil hat firmly in place. Those people had better sense, their motives don’t align with a sovereign US of A. John McShame included.

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      • woohoowee says:

        One more thing, does anyone yet realize the sheer number of people that are going to die? It’s like we’ve entered the twilight zone.

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    • boricuafudd says:

      Woo, you just mentioned one of the biggest problems we have when dealing with these groups, the US has gotten used to as policy to buy out, with money or other material things, the compliance of the countries in the ME. Now with the resurgence of Jihadist, Islamist and other religions groups. you can’t get to them with money and material things, and they don’t know what to do. We have people who are willing to live in caves, just to get back at us, how many years did OBL had a 25 million dollar bounty, yet nobody was willing to collect. Sell back that which allows them some parity, yeah right.

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      • woohoowee says:

        Our policy of money and material things was working, to an extent in some of those countries for years. But your point is spot on. Take just Egypt, for example. 20 – 25 years ago, the Egyptians pretty much even dressed like Americans. I’ve looked through photos over the past 15 – 20 years and you can plainly see the hijab (sp) becoming evermore prevalent. The Moslims seek only our destruction. There is no denying it.

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        • boricuafudd says:

          You are right, it was working with the people who we now have disposed of, and we have supplanted them with people who see us as the enemy. Great strategy, kind of “Field of Dreams” if we get rid of them. people who love us will come.

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    • Sharon says:

      “The people that have done all this are rebuilding the Ottoman Empire.”

      …and Russia is all about that– . In September 2003 when Putin was welcoming Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Abdul Aziz to Moscow, Putin said this, “We view the Arab and Islamic world through the greater part of modern history in their being our closest partners and associates.” (p. 135, Epicenter, Rosenberg)

      In March 2006, Putin became the first Russian leader since the collapse of the Soviet Union to visit Algeria. There he signed a $7.5 billion deal to sell arms to the North African nation, a deal that one Russian military analyst called “the biggest military contract signed by post-Soviet Russia.” (p. 138)

      The Final Thrust South, written by former State Duma member and one of Putin’s associates Vladimir Zolfovich Zhiriniosvky, (1993) includes this:

      …Zirinovsky details his plans for expandng the Russian empire to the south–toward and ultimately through Israel:

      ..the operation should be carried out using the code-name “Final Thrust to the South.” Our army will carry out this task. It will be a means for the nation as a whole to survive….Russia reaching the shores of the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea is a task that will be the salvation of the Russian nation….Russia will grow rich.

      Another player, interviewed by Rosenberg is Alexei Mitrofanov, “the man behind Zhirinovsky’s, also described as “Zhirinovsky’s brain” he says this:

      “Zhirinovsky wants to rebuild the Byzantine Empire” and he mentions Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and Turkey by name….and Rosenberg describes his own reaction to Zhirinovsky this way:

      I just stared at him, trying to process what he was saying and why he was being so open about his party’s ambitions. The Byzantine Empire? I thought. That would include a lot more land that just those five countries. It would include Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt….and Israel.

      Three wonderings as I read these pages again this morning: What’s going on in Libya and Syria probably wouldn’t be going on if it wasn’t ok with Putin? Wasn’t there something a couple of years about NK working some weapons stuff with Syria? And…Israel is not necessarily Russia’s end-goal, but if a restructured Ottoman Empire is in Russia’s interests, Israel would be an obstacle.

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      • woohoowee says:

        Thanks for narrowing this down:-). I believe this is the driver of much of that which has unfolded. In conjunction, as Michelle Malkin has relayed, it doesn’t take much to get the whole Muslim world worked into a frenzy every Friday. Next, add the grotesque and pernicious ideology, progressivism, of Obama and Administration who don’t like our Country! And, last but not least, according to Obama’s “autobiography” he’ll stand with the Muslims should the winds shift in an ugly direction. Bow and scrape. Bejeebus!

        MHO to your three questions:

        1). Putin’s ok stamped on all of it.

        2). I do believe you’re correct. NK working some weapons deals with Syria. (had forgotten that one!).

        3). Israel probably isn’t Russia’s end goal; just an obstacle.

        Enter Obama’s open mic moment. He believes he’ll have more leeway with the Russkies after his re-election. Nope. We’re Americans. He ain’t taking us there!

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        • Sharon says:

          Yeah–I’m not knowledgeable enough to assume that my perspectives in the context of current events are correct…but I’m convinced that Russia’s fingerprints are all over the stuff that is happening in that half of the globe (vertical configuration–East/West) even when they are utterly silent.

          Your comment about the Ottoman Empire is what triggered my memory about related events. Others know more. I love history and am serious about learning and understanding, but my big picture senses on current events shouldn’t be presumed to be correct. And that’s not “humility”–false or otherwise–that is, I suspect, reality! 😉 So others may have some thoughts.

          It just really bothers me that (1) Russia is so quiet these days and (2) they are pretty much getting a pass in terms of attention being paid to their behind-the-scenes moves. There’s no way they’re not in this up to their elbows. If Romney wins the election, Russia’s biggest problem is going to be how much of their plans can be fast-tracked before the inauguration.

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          • ctdar says:

            The fact Russia had an attack submarine patrolling undetected off coast of Florida for more than a month this past summer should freak everyone out.
            http://nation.foxnews.com/russia/2012/08/14/russian-attack-submarine-sailed-gulf-mexico-undetected-weeks

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            • Sharon says:

              OK…now I’m going to go on the other side of the conversation! 😉 If they had detected it, would we necessarily be told? What if they wanted to let the Russians think it hadn’t been detected? Not saying there’s anybody left with any authority that is actually working on our behalf…but I guess my basically question is–how do we know it was not detected?

              The problem now is, in addition to strategies that might be at play (even in things that might be considered “training issues”) we’ve been lied to so often by so many on very, very important things that even if they’re telling the truth we’re not going to believe them sometimes.

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              • ctdar says:

                It was figured out after the sub left the coast…why would they admit that?
                The way this administration has handled our countrys defense this incompetence/or order to stand down does not surprise me

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                • Sharon says:

                  How on earth is it ever going to distinguished which part of the incompetence is due to the intention of the administration and which part of it is due to deterioration of our military forces and their training?

                  I sure hope that if we don’t take the Senate back, Mr. Romney is willing to use Executive Orders the way The Chair has used them. There simply will not be enough time to fight every issue through a Senate that is still governed by a senile reprobate from Nevada.

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          • woohoowee says:

            “…but my big picture senses on current events shouldn’t be presumed to be correct. And that’s not “humility”–false or otherwise–that is, I suspect, reality!”

            Same here :-). Just my opinion which is often way off base. It’s a bit too convenient that we have a media block about all of it. What the MSM isn’t saying speaks as loudly as the propaganda they do voice. Hoping with leaks beginning to trickle out, and FOX not going to let this go, that the “Journo List” can’t continue to bury it. Looks like at least parts of it may be percolating right beneath the surface of our degraded media. A couple of the alphabet networks had a brief article about it. Heck, SeeBS broke the story about the emails before the election. Couldn’t believe my eyes!

            I suspect SDC is right that there is something really big behind what we’re being kept in the dark about.

            Also, don’t see R&R losing this one. Americans off all stripes have had enough.

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  10. Mikado Cat says:

    The cynical side of me sees Syria as a meat grinder. Assad has a fairly strong military, and while much of Syria fights to be rid of him, Alkada also has some of its best fighters seeking power after the collapse. The bad side of me would arm the opposition just enough to make them fully commit to a fight, then let it grind them as long as possible followed by a tapering off of weapons and a perhaps UN brokered peace and disarmament plan.

    Right now the man with a gun rules in the region, but reduce the number of arms, promote trade and investment and in ten years a middle class may arise that has a more secular worldly view.

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    • woohoowee says:

      How to reduce the number of arms?

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    • boricuafudd says:

      Mikado, Libya had the highest standard of living in Africa, before the rebellion by the the jihadist who controlled the Eastern part of the Libya. Now their infrastructure is in shambles, the new government has no control of the same area that started the revolution, and may end up in another civil war. Not exactly, an optimal ending to this debacle, yet we want to do it again in Syria.

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    • John Galt says:

      “The bad side of me would arm the opposition just enough to make them fully commit to a fight, then let it grind them as long as possible”

      Reagan did pretty well with that concept in the Iran – Iraq war.

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  11. Raoul says:

    U.S. intelligence believes that assailants connected to al Qaeda in Iraq were among the core group that attacked the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, a U.S. government official told CNN.

    That would represent the second al Qaeda affiliate associated with the deadly September 11 attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

    http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/24/us-intel-believes-some-benghazi-attackers-tied-to-al-qaeda-in-iraq/

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    • ytz4mee says:

      “U.S. intelligence believes….”
      That’s a really sweeping statement without any backup, wouldn’t you say?
      It’s almost like CNN has another agenda.
      But hey, that couldn’t be possible.
      Could it?

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  12. ctdar says:

    4th email…indicating attack on CIA Annex…6 hours after intial attack at Consulate.
    Still no help sent from Obama

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/10/new-benghazi-email-describes-attack-on-annex-6-hours-later-white-house-did-nothing-video/?wpmp_switcher=desktop

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  13. howie says:

    Unless I miss my guess. The full MSM is about to blitz OHIO. It will be an all out do or die attack. They will all be there 24/7 trying to save Obama. Ohio is Obamas last stand. I expect the most savage media attack in history.

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  14. apachetears says:

    POTUS could have sent the MANPADS to Iran to deter a strike by the Israeli’s on the nuke sites. Think about it, if Obama could not persuade Israel not to strike they would arm Iran to stop them. I see Obama as a Jew hater to bad the American Jewish people don’t see this..

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  15. 1harpazo says:

    Obama is arming the green horse of Revelation 6:7-8:
    7 When He opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” 8 And I looked, and there was a pale green horse. The horseman on it was named Death, and Hades was following after him. Authority was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill by the sword, by famine, by plague, and by the wild animals of the earth.
    The green horse is Islam. Mohammed’s favor color was green, their flags are green, their mosques are green, even their baseball caps are green! Islam is about to be unleashed on the earth and “Death” is riding it.
    Somalis are infiltrating America’s heartland as seen at: http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/exclusive-small-town-america-transformed-by-somali-migrants. Minnesota is becoming America’s first Somali-Muslim state as seen at: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,259761,00.html. It’s not just a muslim state, it’s a Somali-Muslim state!

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  16. dizzymisslizzzy says:

    Here is the video where they are saying ‘Don’t Shoot us! We were sent by Mursi’!

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=fdc_1347560702&comments=1

    This video has been scrubbed from You Tube.

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  17. dizzymisslizzzy says:

    http://news.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474981721497

    Tyrone Woods was one of the Seals killed in the attack. This is his father:

    Mr. Woods explained that when the bodies of the murdered victims arrived, President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Colin Powell were there. The families of the victims were all in separate areas, and when President Obama came to him, Woods described the President as saying, “I’m sorry,” but not looking directly at him. He said, “It was not a sincere, ‘I’m sorry that your son died’; it was totally insincere, more of a whining type, ‘I’m Sorry’.” He continued to say that shaking Obama’s hand was like shaking the hand of a “dead fish.”

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  18. Sharon says:

    http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2012/10/as-promised-obamas-peace-partners-slaughter-.html

    This is one article that doesn’t have to be read to get the impact…the headline says it all.

    AS PROMISED, OBAMA’S PEACE PARTNERS KILL 4 AMERICAN, BRITISH SOLDIERS IN AFGHANISTAN

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    • John Galt says:

      So why do both Zero and Romney want to stay through 2014?

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      • Sharon says:

        I just realized. You are absolutely correct. There is no difference between Romney and obama. obama is, secretly a Mormon. I had heard that a couple of weeks ago, but didn’t give any credence to the report. But now, I realize it must be so. Since you apparently have so much greater insight, you’re gonna have to get a larger platform, John Galt.

        Since you see our only two candidates for POTUS as the same product, you really need to expand on the alternative. (Unless, as I suspect, you’re one of those kids that just runs down the sidewalk in the summertime, deliberately bumping into as many people as he can, just for the fun of knocking them off balance….) WHAT’S THE ALTERNATIVE AT THIS POINT??

        What are your recommendations?

        Do you think the United States of America has a future as a nation?

        If not, what is your 10-point plan for how to proceed at this point?

        Do you think we should push for a Constitutional Convention? If not, why not?

        Do you believe we should immediately suspend the Constitution and resign from nationhood? If not, why not? (based on your chosen perspective, I can’t see why you’re even still here unless you have a plan for stepping into the vacuum of leadership and taking over)

        You’re doing a very poor John Galt. At least get your own blog and proclaim futility to anyone who cares to drink it 24/7. Have at it, John. Completely withdraw from all public participation in existing infrastructure. If you’re involved in any kind of commerce, stop it. Since we are too stupid to grasp your brilliance, stop wasting your time.

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        • John Galt says:

          “There is no difference between Romney and obama. obama is, secretly a Mormon.”

          Setting up a strawman. Apparently you need assistance in focusing on the facts which I have pointed out:

          1. Obama is arming jihadists in Syria. Romney advocates the same thing.

          2. Both Obama and Romney favor keeping US forces in Afghanistan through 2014.

          “Since you apparently have so much greater insight, you’re gonna have to get a larger platform, John Galt.”

          Why? Because you can’t handle the truth? I thought that the truth had no agenda?

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          • Sharon says:

            Since Ron Paul didn’t survive the primaries, who are you voting for?

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            • ctdar says:

              Exactly, still in the tank for RP and not looking at the bigger picture that there are only 2 running for President on 11/6/12.
              Who of the 2 is the better qualified to get the economy on track? or would JG rather prefer the 2016 election opportunity to be taken away by the Chinese?

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            • John Galt says:

              I have already voted for the dog torturer over the dog eater.

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          • boricuafudd says:

            John, the fact that their proposed policies in those 2 items are similar does not mean that they are the same. Sometimes is the execution of a policy that makes the difference. Also, you have to allow for the person to able to access the situation and evolve.

            I would not pass judgement on just these items but, the overall outlook of the person, just as some people can have great ideas, sometimes there are some that are not, I look to the sum of the parts not just each individual item.

            Do you know that Romney proposes to audit the Fed, and to start a commission to investigate whether changing back to the gold standard is functional. There are some good things, there for everyone. Whereas with Obama, we know exactly where he wants us to be, if to you, you are still unable to see the differences. well, that is on you, sometimes we can’t get everything we want, but we have to see what is best.

            I have 3 kids, 20,18, and 5 and I will do my part to ensure that they will have a future, and a vote for Obama, or any other candidate other than Romney in my opinion, puts their future in doubt, IMHO.

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            • John Galt says:

              Please do not think that I like Zero because I pointed out that Romney shares his stupid mideast policies. I have no disagreement with complaints that Zero armed jihadists in a stupid manner that needlessly resulted in the deaths of Americans, or that Zero engaged in a stupid coverup of his stupid actions.

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              • boricuafudd says:

                John, I understand that you oppose Zero ( much better description, btw) my point was that claiming they are the same in such a broad manner, you are negating the other differences between Zero and Romney, which only helps Zero.

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          • chevymisty says:

            And yet you didn’t answer any of Sharon’s other questions. Whats the alternative at this point? Vote third Party and throw our votes away? With out the rest of the Americans waking up we have two choices…Obama…and Romney. I myself would rather go for the God Fearing Christian than the Radical Islamist Communist bent on destroying our nation. I am not a Huge Romney fan but I see him as better than Obama in a lot of ways. And at this point its choice one or have the choice made for me.

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      • Don P. says:

        I think maybe the Poppies have something to do with it. And don’t expect 2014 to be in stone.

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  19. dizzymisslizzzy says:

    I have such a hard time following some of this and I think it is because the names are so weird.

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  20. Don P. says:

    This has the same smell as the ambush and shooting death of Agent Zapata in Mexico. He had smelled a rat and was opening a investigation whe he was sent on a fools errand. Funny no one in the MSM can see this trail of bodies.

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  21. Don P. says:

    Wow. The death toll at the hands of our executive branch is now up to six. Maybe more when we know for sure how the muzies got those weapons and how many citizens have been drone targets.

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  22. stringplayer55 says:

    This gives major insight into why the administration did nothing to protect Ambassador Stevens and all the others in the Benghazi compound:

    1) The administration feared US made SAMS taking out American planes strafing the compound to scare the “rioters” away. If US made SAMS took down our own planes, then the administration would have a lot of ‘splainin to do.

    2) Those who were participants to the administrations scheme – by the fact that they were in the Benghazi embassy – were expendable. They knew things that the administration did not want disclosed. This is the ultimate in STFU!!! Ambassador Stevens and the other US personnel paid the price of having too much knowledge!

    Why in God’s name are the MSM so enamored of B(ody) O(dor)? AMERICA, WAKE UP!!! Show him the door to the White House in November. After that, show him a gray door, one with iron bars! It’s criminal what he is doing. When the MSM knows what he is up to but does not care to expose him in a case that makes Watergate pale into insignificance, that is criminal too!

    I just get hotter and hotter all the time! I might have to quit the Treehouse just cause the more that I read and learn HERE (with a little help from FOX), the more my blood pressure rises. But if I quit the Treehouse, I would just be participating with all the other sheeples, going along with the flow. Just go wherever the evil shepherd leads.

    I promise you, fellow Treepers, I won’t give in. As much as it riles me to be here learning the truth that the MSM works so hard to suppress, I am committed to not become one of the sheeples!

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    • Sharon says:

      “They knew things that the administration did not want disclosed. This is the ultimate in STFU!!! Ambassador Stevens and the other US personnel paid the price of having too much knowledge!” Exactly. Ugly business. There are things worth dying for…but if this really is what they died for, that’s just plain evil, on all sides.

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    • It really is that simple, and yet complex…. It’s odd. The action is researchable, discoverable, and understandable. But then the motives, those are a little more complex.

      Yeah, the missiles were a big FUBAR – and the electorate knowing we are fighting our own weapons given intentionally to the enemy – albeit with an unintended consequence – is the optic they wish to hide.

      But, in a larger sense, is’nt it always the outcome that becomes the problem, not the intent?

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  23. akathesob says:

    They knew and MUST be made to atone for this failure and NOW!

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  24. howie says:

    Romney has to win no matter what he says or does. I only hope he does a clean sweep of the Justice Department and installs an aggressive AG. All I want to hear from the MSM next year is Witch Hunt!

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    • canadacan says:

      I have had to do more thinking today That have done a long time John Galt his acted as a catalyst And that is not all bad however, I like what Sharon said I like what a bore E sai And I like What the guy in the cowboy have said.. It is places like the treehouse that restore my faith in humanity Let me borrow a quote from Robert Louis Stevenson : Life is like a game of cards It is not a matter of holding good or bad cards But playing a poor hand well. So what that lets get this election behind us Get Romney is president And then let’s roll.. I am an optimist it ain’t over till it’s over and it ain’t over God bless america

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  25. Gord says:

    I’m just a little nobody from Canada humbly watching the news, but this whole Benghazi affair has struck me as stinking right from the get go, when my ears go up and I don’t like what I am hearing there must be a skunk somewhere, I am so damn happy there are others out there who find this whole thing stinks to high heaven…..America, we Canadians who happen too hear (no thanks to the MSM) all the lies from Barack Obama, we are worried too.
    The way the Barack administration kept insisting that a bunch of sandal wearing angry protesters armed with pitch forks and torches scaled the walls and killed the armed American soldiers and the American Ambassador seemed completely absurd, I’m not even going to get into the movie angle.
    I had to dig deep and search hard to find the question I had….#1 question on Google search “why did Barack Obama lie about Benghazi?” I NOW KNOW THE TRUTH…..please spread the word.
    God knows you won’t hear the truth from your news media….GOD BLESS AMERICA!

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    • canadacan says:

      U made my day Canadian

      Nothing like a Canadian operating on all 8 cylinders

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    • There is no such thing as a “nobody”. Speaking for most of my experience with the TreeHouse, The Refuge, and our association, most of us were quietly invisible, then curious, then concerned, then angry…… and now we move into “intelligently informed”.

      Information is the lifeblood of any republic. Honest and Truthful information. Nothing of nutritional value grows in absolute darkness, and little grows in ever present shadows. Abundant harvest needs sunlight, care, nutrition, and wisdom.

      This is a conversation, nothing more, and nothing less. But it is an intellectual conversation nontheless. Things get hashed out here. Questions big and small are thrown into the pile of possibility – Then we begin to eat the elephant, one.bite.at.a.time.

      The conversation grows, the friendship deepens, and the thirst for Truth is quenched. No matter how bitter the taste of that truth becomes.

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      • Gord says:

        The reason I said nobody, because in the realm of things I can not vote or participate in the US election….if I could I would.
        Barack Obama is such a “media generated phantom”, I coined that phrase before he became President, the way the MSM has been promoting and campaigning for Barack Obama has intrigued me, seeing things from Canada has allowed me to have a different view, it’s quite amazing to me how the MSM in the USA has captivated and enchanted voters too think Barack Obama is a KING…..I grew up on USA, MSM….it was my weekend love affair, who doesn’t remember the trust we had for Saturday morning TV…NBC, ABC, you get the picture….they have been grooming America for Obama for years.

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  26. John Galt says:

    ctdar: “now your acting like a typical leftist…when you can’t defend the fact that Obama bowed not once, not twice but a solid 3 times(some put the number even higher) to foreign leaders of Saudi Arabia, England and Japan…you try to flip it on Romney.
    Pathetic”

    Me defend Zero? LOL. I abhor Zero’s disgusting bowing. Dubya was bowing and accepting bling also. Holding hands and kissing Saudi royalty. I abhor such disgusting conduct by both Democrats and Republicans. I hope you are right about Romney. It would be a refreshing change of pace. And I hope you are intellectually honest enough to call him on it if he does bow down.

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    • canadacan says:

      Galt You made my brain cells work today. Very healthy intellectual exercise But in my opinion you’re patronizing And rude to Sharon. The tree house is full of a lot of bright lights

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    Get a Rope!

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