Tuesday, September 25, 2012

From Red State Morning Briefing

1. Drain the Swamp
The heroes of Flight 93 didn’t have a week to conclude we were under terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. The attacks had no precedent. Flight 93’s passengers had scant shreds of information but a ton of common sense and the will to act. Were it not for their decisive action, we’d now have a crater on Capitol Hill . . . please click here for the rest of the post →

2. Leader Of Libya Attack Linked To Obama Donor
As the administration’s false narrative about the events leading up to the sacking of our consulate in Benghazi and the killing of our ambassador continues to unravel, a sordid detail has come to light.  The leader of the attack is believed to be an alumnus of Guantanamo Bay who was released from custody via an anti-American left wing group headed by an Obama donor. . . . please click here for the rest of the post →

3. Eric Holder Is Still Alive, A Lot Of Other People Not So Much
Not terribly surprising as this man’s best friend is The Big Lie. During an interview that was noted for actually asking Obama questions with follow-up rather than the sorry spectacle we’ve become accustomed to of a reporter attaching himself to Obama’s nether regions and demonstrating their absence of a gag reflex, Obama was questioned about the ill-conceived . . . please click here for the rest of the post →

4. Susan Rice: Liar or Nincompoop?
In the years I’ve been watching politics and foreign affairs I don’t believe I’ve ever seen any story come unglued as fast as the Obama administration’s version of events on what happened to our diplomatic presence in Egypt and Libya on September 11, 2012. And I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a senior government official so completely repudiated in a mere week as was UN Ambassador Susan Rice. When Ambassador Rice took to the Sunday shows last week, the implausible, even at the time, story she spun was one of the Arab street inflamed by a YouTube trailer to a video that may or may not exist. Since then we’ve learned that there was advanced warning of the attack, the staff at Benghazi was afraid . . . please click here for the rest of the post →

5. Obama permanently out to lunch
When even the media is starting to point out that the incumbent president is too busy campaigning for re-election to govern, you know you have a problem.  Yet that’s precisely what the Associated Press noticed in a new report this morning. The first line:  “its awfully quiet at the White House these days”.  Sure, when you have a president who spends most of his time on the trail spinning rhetoric and fundraising for his campaign coffers, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue will tend to be “awfully quiet.” This might explain . . . please click here for the rest of the post →

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