Obama Jails Benghazi Scapegoat

Obama knew it was terrorism before he didn’t know that it was terrorism  before he did know it was terrorism.

At any rate, Obama has fulfilled his promise and jailed the movie producer used as a scapegoat for his own incompetence.

On September 14, 2012 – three days after the Benghazi terrorist attack – a memorial service attended by President Obama, Secretary of State Clinton and family members of the fallen heroes was held at Andrews Air Force.  When approached by the father of Navy Seal Woods, Clinton vowed to him that the Obama administration would “arrest and prosecute” the producer of the video.  In her remarks at the service, she denounced the “awful Internet video that we had nothing to do with” as the cause of the violence.

Obama’s America: Jailed for Blaspheming Against Islam

When you have an important election coming up, the First Amendment is no obstacle. The press corpse happily aided and abetted Obama’s cover up, and wildly fraudulent election campaign.


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17 Responses to Obama Jails Benghazi Scapegoat

  1. Bob says:

    Obama won! Get over it and get back to science.

  2. Andy DC says:

    I thought there was a 1st Amendment? On what legal basis did they arrest the movie producer?

    • Andy DC says:
      November 10, 2012 at 4:12 pm
      “I thought there was a 1st Amendment? On what legal basis did they arrest the movie producer?”

      My understanding is that the arrest was for a parole violation.

      Larry Fields

  3. Sundance says:

    The thug president strikes again. The AG can be responsible for the deaths of US border agents and walk away scot free but if you exercise your free speech rights and make a low budget cartoonish YouTube short that he uses as a distraction for his admin’s incompetance, you go to jail. At least he is in jail and not dead. Some of Obama’s inconvenient aquantances end up taking a dirt nap.

    Maybe this is why Smith-Wesson stock has skyrocketed 513% in value since the 2008 election.

  4. I saw the title and my first though was, “Oh, crap, they arrested Petraeus?!”

  5. miked1947 says:

    I just signed this petition:
    It asks for an honest recount! 😉

    • squid2112 says:

      Yeah, I saw a petition for Louisiana to secede from the union earlier today. Funny thing, it isn’t there anymore. There is another petition for the state of Texas to secede from the union posted right now. I am betting it won’t be there tomorrow.

      Do honestly believe that a website run by The White House (Obama administration) is going to pay any attention to those petitions? Give me a break.

      Not only that, you have to register and give personal information (or at least fake it) in order to sign the petition. Do you really trust these people enough to do that? Further, I would be extremely careful just browsing to any web site connected with this administration (I block, track and monitor all IP packets going in and out of my network for these very reasons). I have no doubt they are tracking as much information as they can, and I wouldn’t put it past them to pull dirty little malware tricks to get what they want.

      Be wary, be very wary of this administration, I am warning….

      • miked1947 says:

        I agree.
        I am watching the numbers add upon the recount petition. Not living in Texas or LA. I did not sign those. I did use a e-mail account that I rarely use, just for this type of thing.
        I trust O’Bambi’s group as far as I can see them and I can not see them. 😉

      • squid2112 says:

        Yes, please take precautions my friend, and stay safe! The fewer people this crap adversely affects, the better!

        I am all up for states seceding at this point, and I would certainly support a full investigative recount (as I suspect the outcome would change), but I most certainly do not believe these things will come about through a website petition sponsored by the very criminals that have brought this shit down upon us.

  6. squid2112, November 10, 2012 at 4:32 pm’

    Here is a book you may like:

    The theme is that the USA is too big and that states should secede from the Union but for the right reasons this time. Popular support for the concept is growing in Texas, Arizona and Louisiana.

    I found chapter 5 that deals with public education particularly compelling. For the last 15 years I have been working to create small K-12 schools controlled by the local community rather than state or federal governments. Thus far I have helped create seven such schools with another four planned. Here is a link to one of them. This school is run by a bunch of amateurs and yet it outperforms 99% of all North Carolina high schools even though the school receives 15% less funding than traditional schools:

    The secret of better K-12 education is allowing schools “the freedom to teach” and that cannot happen in a “top down” education system geared to process rather than excellence.

    • cdquarles says:

      Will someone please explain to me what is so sacred about government involvement in schools, other than assisting in the provision of a location?

  7. Gator says:

    He’s lucky it wasn’t a drone, or SEAL team six…

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