hawkwing wrote:Here's something that really upsets me about this whole mess. I understand that sometimes people in the middle east are going to attack Americans and our Embassy. I understand that they will riot and stage planned premeditated attacks and there are times we just wont be able to stop them.
But if this is the case, how come this wasn't like Black Hawk Down? There should have been literally thousands of dead terrorists out there as our Marines fought for their lives until the ran out of ammo. Now it's being reported that the Marines who guard the embassy in Egypt are not even allowed to have live ammunition! The news is saying that every single local muslim guard the embassy had in Libya ran away in the first seconds of the attack, and our own guys aren't even allowed to have weapons?
SpiffCoug wrote:It's unbelievable that the POTUS feels it is more important to raise money for his campaign than to meet with his intelligence agencies and find out what they know.
hawkwing wrote:Wow, can you imagine what the media would have said if Bush had skipped all his intel briefings, ignored credible threat 48 hours before an attack, and then had an ambassador raped and murdered with shocking, terrible photographs online, and blew it all off to go to a party in Las Vegas?
HoosierCougar wrote:SpiffCoug wrote:It's unbelievable that the POTUS feels it is more important to raise money for his campaign than to meet with his intelligence agencies and find out what they know.
Clearly he has an internal poll that shows him not winning November's election.
SpiffCoug wrote:Perhaps the reason the administration is still fixating on the video/film as the cause of these riots and attacks on our embassies across the region is because they haven't been attending the daily intelligence meetings, haven't been reading the reports and simply don't have a clue as to what is going on over there and are too embarrassed to ask questions and find out?
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Date: Dec 27, 19:30
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Date: Dec 11, 19:00
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