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The Benghazi Lies Continue And Al Qaeda Is Being Defeated

Updated on May 28, 2013

Obama Has To Be In Denial

I have to shake my head and wonder just how stupid Obama thinks the American public is. Or maybe how much superior he is to the common man. I'll go with the latter because of Obama's narcissistic personality disorder. Or is Obama that naive about terrorism? I wouldn't think so.

As the scandals continue to swirl around him he took to mugging before the cameras again telling us that Al Qaeda is in defeat and the War on Terrorism is over. Do the terrorists know that Obama? He's back to beating the drum about closing Guantanamo. I just don't have that happening. Where is he going to send them? Home so they can join the jihad anew?

How many more Benghazi's does Obama care to foster and then cover up by blaming everyone else but his incompetent self?

Release Them Now To Go Back And Rejoin The War

If there has ever been a fruitcake sitting in the Oval Office Obama is it. So why don't we "reset the policy" on the war on terrorism so that we can have how many more Beghazi's? That makes perfect since since the last time he made his grand proclamations about Al Qaeda all hell broke loose across the Middle East. I guess when you're up to your ass in alligators you create another crisis to divert attention away from the swamp.

Probably the only bigger fruitcake we could ever elect to sit in that chair would be one Hillary Rodham Clinton. it now has every appearance that Hillary lied before the Congressional panels she appeared before. So "what difference does it matter now" Hillary? To those with ethics and morals it makes a big difference.

So lets watch a video lickatey split like.

Buried in last weeks news was the revelation that Hillary Clinton spearheaded this so called "Independent Review Board" that they keep citing as definitive proof that everything in Benghazi was on the up and up. It wasn't, isn't and never will be. This information has come to light by another whistle blower named Raymond Maxwell. It seems that Maxwell was removed from his post and placed on administrative leave without explanation. Here's the inside skinny:

"Raymond Maxwell was placed on forced “administrative leave” after the State Department’s own internal investigation, conducted by an Administrative Review Board (ARB) led by former State Department official Tom Pickering. Five months after he was told to clean out his desk and leave the building, Maxwell remains in professional and legal limbo, having been associated publicly with the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other American for reasons that remain unclear.

Maxwell, who served as deputy assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs from August 2011 until his removal last December, following tours in Iraq and Syria, spoke publicly for the first time in an exclusive interview with The Daily Beast.

“The overall goal is to restore my honor,” said Maxwell, who has filed grievances regarding his treatment with the State Department’s Human Resources Bureau and the American Foreign Service Association, which represents the interests of foreign-service officers. The other three officials placed on leave were in the Diplomatic Security Bureau, leaving Maxwell as the only official in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA), which had responsibility for Libya, to lose his job."

He has stated that he had no involvement to any degree with decisions on security and the funding of security at our diplomatic mission in Benghazi.

About That Review Board Hillary? You led it?

This placing people on administrative leave is becoming a pattern with this administration. Hide em to shut em up seems to be the watch word.

Maxwell was on of those 4 individuals Hillary mentions in her response to Senator Paul. She keeps citing the ARB as proof of this administration's incompetence. So if the ARB was indeed spearheaded by Hillary Clinton, which she seems to feign ignorance of, how transparent is that report? And now here we have Obama claiming that Al Qaeda is on the path to defeat?

So coupled with cover-up we have Obama lifting the ban on sending 90 Yemeni's back to their terror haven called home from Gitmo. Look for Yemen to become the next hotbed for Al Qaeda. They're already firmly entrenched in that country so lets just send more back home to join the war on terror that is not in existence. At least in Obama's twisted Muslim mind it is over.

Congress needs to keep the pressure on Benghazi and Obama. He's squirming like a worm on a hot rock. With all the scandals swirling around him I don't find pleasure in telling anyone this but I will. I told you so years ago. We need Hillary Clinton like we needed another hole in our heads like Obama.

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As Always,

The Frog Prince


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      The Frog Prince 4 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Thanks Ranzi.

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      Cut The Bullshit 4 years ago from All Over

      Hey frogy another great and educational hub. We need to hack or break into fox news or BBC and announce the truth to the world. Voted up, awesome and shared with my followers.

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      drbj and sherry 4 years ago from south Florida

      Scandal after scandal, Jim, and the sheeple - the voting majority - have no clue what they are. They are still Obama's minions who believe terrorism is on the wane when the opposite seems to be true. We are far from getting transparency from this administration - only smoke and mirrors.

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      The Frog Prince 4 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Stu - No, only in Obama's twisted mind.


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      Stu 4 years ago

      Hi Frog,

      You're right on target. Al Qaeda is NOT on the run. In fact it is very close to deposing Assad in Syria, and just started "exporting" their fight to Lebanon, because Hezbollah in Lebanon is supporting Assad with troops. I expect very soon that both Syria and Lebanon will exit the Iranian orbit and join the Saudi/Turkey axis once Assad and Hezbollah are crushed by Al Qaeda and its allies. Remember Syria no longer is receiving Iranian financial support due to the high cost of international sanctions, and that in trun means Syria can no longer financially support Hezbollah in Lebanon. The dominos are starting to topple.

      Rumors of Al Qaeda's demise are very exaggerated, to put it mildly. They are essentially lies to trick people into thinking that Obama's actions in Iraq and AFPAK have destroyed Al Qaeda. Salafist and Wahabbi Sunnis (groups like Al Qaeda) are in fact winning their battles. In Syria, they are actually receiving arms and troops from Africa and Central Asia via Turkey courtesy of US logistical assistance from the State Department. We live in a weird world when our own Administration brags about the imminent destruction of a group that is not only on the upswing, but is on the upswing with our own support, even though we publicly claim them to be the enemy.

      Only in Obama's Amerika.


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      Ghost32 4 years ago

      Frog: Good work as always, Jim.

      I had an interesting conversation with a gentleman in the Home Depot parking lot last evening that serves to illustrate in microcosm what we're seeing as the mass amount of "unknowing" (aka ignorance, whether produced via apathy or some other route).

      He's a brand new immigrant from California. Good man, near as I could judge on short notice. Bought 4 acres with a house on it. Happy to be here.

      I brought him up to date on Cochise County's Owner Builder option, which allowed me to build what I wanted without a single inspection after the septic was done. That was cool.

      From there, the surprise he showed was less "fun". Things he didn't know about until I opened the floodgate on him:

      --The Huachuca mountains, where he "might like to build a cabin someday", are heavily cartel infested, so beware before you buy.

      --Four murders of Arizona citizens by illegal immigrants known to date since we've been here, at least 3 of the four being ambush killings and at least one a planned assassination.

      Ah, guess I'll stop here. Don't want to be doing the Hub hijacking thing. My point is, here was a pretty sharp guy in his mid-forties or so, utterly utterly clueless. I did ask him about Benghazi. Nope, never heard of it, nor of any other scandals hitting the White House, either.

      Just one out of Poolman's "14 of 15".

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      poetvix 4 years ago from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country.

      Sadly, as you and others have pointed out, scandals surround this presidency and everyone associated with it. It was mentioned in comments by Old Poolman that 14 of 15 people interviewed did not know of the current big three scandals of the week. I contend, all three scandals and those too numerous to list over the past few years are serving a purpose that's reflected in those interview numbers.

      The purpose is called flooding. It's a behavioral modification technique. Basically, the masses, not those of us who are truth hounds, are being conditioned to take such scandals as a matter of course through constant exposure. It's evil, but it's working and I would look for Benghazi to be a walk in the park compared to what's coming when those headed to Yemen get set up. It won't take long because they already have their friends there paving the way. Not to mention all that money our government has the Muslim Brotherhood, and weapons. Does anyone think the two groups are really that separate? Even if they are or were, the enemy of thine enemy becomes thy friend. Know what I'm saying? Keep at it, Sir Frog. I do so love knowing when I hit one of your pages, I might not like it, but it will be the unadulterated truth.

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      b. Malin 4 years ago

      Hi Froggy,

      Been a while since I've been able to stop by and I've missed that. As usual a Great Commentary with lots of Excellent Comments. Something has to be done...Reporters don't Report the Truth anymore, and now we are left with so many unanswered questions. Shame on our President, Hillary, and Holder. AND, the America public needs to WAKEUP before it's too Late!

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      Pamela Oglesby 4 years ago from United States

      I guess it is a good deal to be on leave with your full paycheck - a paid vacation is alway a pleasure. I hope Congress and Americans do not turn loose of all these scandals, but when you have Holder investigating himself you can only shake your head and wonder. Excellent hub and spot on.

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      Wayne Brown 4 years ago from Texas

      Apparently the plan for a good cover-up follows a course of circular a snake swallowing its own tail. Congress failed to swear Hilary in for her testimony so perjury is not a consideration for the moment. If the press were properly vetting things, the heat might be on but they are more favorable to presenting stories of Obama flipping hot dogs at some outing as if he is suddenly overwhelmed with a sense of patriotism. The administration wants to people to "take the little people" who have had nothing to do with all this but are being sacrificed to show that justice is being done. Wow! That paid administrative leave is a real ball-buster to handle...full pay and free time...possibly for the next 30 years too. I would say that it is about time for some other type of disaster which will send the press running and drop the other subjects like hot potatoes....or cold ones, even. As one of the Chicago thugs stated, "Never let a good disaster go to waste." ~WB

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      Old Poolman 4 years ago

      Good morning Jim.

      A recent man-in-the-street interview session proved that 14 of 15 Americans knew absolutely nothing about Benghazi, the IRS scandal, or the AP investigation.

      With this level of ignorance and failure to keep up with current events, this administration is getting a free pass to proceed with more of the same. Most could not even name the Vice President.

      Even worse, at least some of these people vote.

      Closing Gitmo is just about the stupidest thing I have ever heard of. In my area, we have a problem with diamondback rattlesnakes. I don't hunt them, but if they stray onto the part of my property near the house, I do send them to rattlesnake heaven. It is a known fact that we just can't tame a rattlesnake. I could catch them and put them in a cage for a few years, then release them back into the desert. But after his or her release, this same rattlesnake would revert to trying to bite any person or pet who wandered close enough. Plus that, they would breed and there would be dozens more just like them.

      This administration lies to us on a daily basis, and their ability to cover up their failures is getting better as they gain experience.

      If anyone believes they are not aware of the total apathy and ignorance of so many of our citizens, they are dreaming.

      It is this level of apathy and ignorance that allows this behaviour of our elected representatives to continue. So how do we educate people and force them to start paying attention? I guess we could include educational material on TV shows like "Honey Boo Boo" which seems to be one of the favorite shows of the uninformed? This administration owns the Media for the most part, and most of the uninformed don't watch the news anyway.

      Until the citizens of this country get involved and give a damn we are pretty much stuck with business as usual until they do.

      Great hub, and I hope you enjoy this Memorial Day. Thanks for all your years of service.


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