I re-blogged this mainly for the ‘Presidential Candidate Tracker’, but it can’t be denied that “President Obama is rattled and on the defensive,”

The Truth about Benghazi is coming in at a steady pace now.

To Talk of Many Things

Agreeing with Kristie who, on Facebook, said:

I don’t agree with the blatant bigotry on some of the comments, but this blog post makes great points.

I think the information itself is very important and ask that you take the time to read it and come to your own conclusions about what happened in Benghazi.

Weekend Edition: IT WAS TREASON – Arrest Obama

By Craig Andresen on October 27, 2012 at 5:13 am

Last Thursday, I wrote an article titled, Obama & Libya – A Case Study in Treason and in that article I stated, “When a president fails to lift a finger to protect Americans, at home or abroad, in the face of overwhelming intelligence and evidence, by ignoring obvious warning signs and the advice of those entrusted to offer such protection…”

“It is treason.”

I meant every word and yes, I am well aware of the…

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The truth is slowly trickling in about Benghazi.

James Nye
dailymail.co.uk

It has been claimed that CIA agents on the ground during the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi twice asked for permission to help Ambassador Chris Stevens and twice were told to stand down.

Furthermore sources present during the deadly six-hour assault have said that a desperate last request for military assistance once the CIA themselves came under attack was denied, even though elite counter-terrorism units were only two hours away.

And it has been claimed there was full communication between the CIA annex in Benghazi and the U.S. military, casting further doubts on the Obama administration’s assertion that there wasn’t enough information to deploy forces – deepening the crisis over their handling of the attack on September 11th and its aftermath.

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Let’s hear it for Paul

Parker Flag's Files

VIRGINIA – In hindsight, Mitt Romney’s pick of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) as his running wass a smart, logical move.

Romney, forever the technocrat, made a move that could help leery conservatives come back to the fold and vote for him after all. While the pick of a running mate rarely helps in attracting voters who would have voted for the opposite party, it does help bring out more of the party’s base who would have otherwise stayed home.

Unless you’re a Washington news junkie, Ryan may not be a household name. But he does have an interesting background and has plum role among Congressional Republicans. He’s been in Congress for 14 years. He’s a health and fitness freak who, like Romney, avoids sweets, although for very different reasons. He usually sleeps in his Congressional office, largely because of the sky-high D.C. rents and long workdays. He has a working-class…

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You can’t be more objective than this guy.

Inform The Pundits!

We Americans have entered the stretch run for this presidential election cycle.

The dye has been cast. The candidates from President down to the local school board have all made their pitches.  The messages won’t change between now and election day. Most citizens have made up their minds. Millions of voters have already cast their votes.

All of us want the horrible ads to stop.

In all likelihood, our next president is already determined in the hearts and minds of citizens. It isn’t going to change now.

Mitt Romney has made a heroic late campaign lunge toward the presidency. It couldn’t be closer.

The debates have made the difference for Romney. For all-important undecided voters in the swing states, it was probably their first opportunity to see who Mitt Romney really is.

They were the best debates between two presidential candidates in this writer’s memory.

Today, I’m having a feeling…

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