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Issa's hearing just got the lowdown on what happen that night Stevens died.  

It is a very gripping tale of what went down.  They were attacked.  There was no warning.  It was a 9/11 surprise that took everyone by surprise.

From the account of the attack, everything went according to plan. There were no glitches. There were no acts of cowardice. There were no mistakes made.  Adequate and proper procedures were in place especially knowing the anniversary of 9/11 was intact.  I was most impressed how the counsel of Turkey was walked out to the front gate by Stevens and they noticed the calmness of the city in the desert night.  One hour later, Stevens would be dead.
Blaming the State Department for this incident is similar to blaming Rudy Giuliani for the 9/11 attack on New York, his city.  It is stupid, arrogant, idiotic, and could only come from a Republican thug like Issa.  He deserves to be deported.  

There is something horribly sick in this Republican's brain. Imagine blaming Giuliani for the loss of the twin towers.  This Republican thug Issa deserves punched in the face, a thousand times.  This Republican thug deserves to be outcast from the country he stole all his money from. America is too good for this thug Issa.

These guys who died were heroes.  Stevens is a hero. Not some scum like Issa implies, who deserved to die for his cowardice.  Just like if Giuliani had been a Democrat, this same thug Issa would have probably said it is a damn shame Rudy Giuliani didn't die to rid ourselves of his disgusting caricature.
If someone had brought up that Giuliani was a hero, thug Issa would have dismissed that as poppycock.  "He's only acting that way to disguise his role in the tower's collapse. He's the mayor, he needs to die."
Issa represents the soul of the Republican party at its darkest. That soul in hell would have no shame standing next to souls from parties such as the Nazis. Brown Shirts, or Red Communists, or the Spanish Inquisition. They would all be compatriots.  Issa is simply in it for Issa.  He is replaying Joe McCarthy's role,... not of cleaning out communists from America, but making Joe McCarthy famous and important, and a household word.  Issa is disgusting.
This attack and the real drama that ensued makes the State Department's actions commendable.  In offense and defense, truth is not a player.  Obfuscation and distraction and fooling the other side, are as rightfully at home here, as they are on a football field. If the State department had announced the truth of the matter on the day Romney stepped forth and castigated in an embarrassing example of how he would lead in foreign affairs, then every Arab would see that every Embassy, every consulate was undermanned and an easy target.

All it took was forty men.  You think you can't find 40 disgruntled men in every country in which we have diplomatic relations?  Hell, you can find 40 disgruntled men in Issa's own district.  Is he suggesting he now needs a bodyguard of 100 soldiers to now protect him?

The level of security to prevent this kind of surprise attack is unprecedented.  In all honesty, we probably had sufficient security to repel such an attack in Baghdad. Other than that, every embassy, every consulate across the world was vulnerable to similar attacks.

It makes obvious sense that to protect American lives across this planet, especially those in areas where 40 disgruntled men having access to RPG's can easily be found, one would not give out details that showed how easily every embassy, every consulate could now be attacked.

Obama should be commended. His state department acted very professionally in this crises.  One can assume now that this has become public knowledge, sufficient security at a very large expense, including A10's are now stationed to be at any hotspot within 5 minutes.    

If you are going to castigate the Commander in Chief for Libya, you had better throw Rudy Giuliani in jail right now too.  This Republican sham is easily seen.  Republicans are the true enemy of Mohamed.  Not the American Public.

Issa should be zip stripped and gagged, and kicked out of a car in Freedom Square in Cairo, with a sign, Ugly American, pinned to his back.

I'm joking, but they are not. It is time all Republican scum be humiliated, and exposed for the ugly frauds they are in public. Romney, Ryan, Issa, Boulton, Dan Senor, Cofer Black, Christopher Burnham, Michael Chertoff, Eliot Cohen, Norm Coleman, John Danilovich, Paula J. Dobriansky, Eric Edelman, Michael Hayden, Kerry Healey, Kim Holmes, Robert Joseph, Robert Kagan, John Lehman, Andrew Natsios, Meghan O’Sullivan, Walid Phares, Pierre Prosper, Mitchell Reiss, Jim Talent, Vin Weber, Richard Williamson, Dov Zakheim.

Romney/Ryan excluded, these people are the ones responsible for $1.5 trillion dollars of the national debt categorized under Iraq and Afghanistan.  $1.5 trillion that future generations of American children will have to pay, out of which we simply got nothing, nothing at all. Not respect, not financial gain, not even a simple "thank you."  We've have exited Iraq, (Romney says we need to go back in) We are exiting Afghanistan in 2014 (Romney says we need to stay there indefinitely)

This new truth that came to light,  really shows that President Obama was willing to take political heat just before an election which he could still lose, in order that American lives could be protected and made safe, before the truth came out.  An America that can still elect a thug like Republican Issa, really doesn't deserve as great of a self-sacrificing man as we currently have as Commander in Chief of the United States of America, a man who would put American lives above his own career.  This nation is truly blessed to count such a man among its citizens.

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