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What is Not Optimal – Obama’s failure on Benghazi

Recently Obama was a guest on ‘The Daily Show’ and when referring to the four dead Americans in Benghazi, he said it was ‘not optimal’.  This outrageous statement from the President of the United States has many Americans upset and demanding the truth about this horrific terrorist attack on one of our Embassies.

What’s Not Optimal

From the National Review Online

  • Having a president who perpetuates a falsehood to the American people about the cause of a terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that resulted in the deaths of four Americans.
  • Having a president who uses $70,000 of taxpayers’ money to promote that falsehood on Pakistani television.
  • Having a president who broadcasts that falsehood to the world using the megaphone of a speech before the U.N. General Assembly.
  • Having a president who repeats the falsehood in front of the caskets of the four Americans killed in Benghazi.
  • Having a president who will casually wreak havoc on the life of an obscure video producer to protect that falsehood.
  • Having a president who, before a television audience of 65 million Americans, evades answering the question of “who denied enhanced security” to the consulate in Benghazi.
  • Having a president who feigns offense at the suggestion his machinations regarding the Benghazi debacle may have a political component.
  • Having a president  who believes killing bin Laden constitutes a foreign policy.
  • Having a president who projects confusion, weakness, and diffidence to our enemies.
  • Having a media blind to the fact that this is a titanic scandal.
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Obama Attack Ad Edits what Romney says On Abortion

OBAMA ATTACK AD SELECTIVELY EDITS ROMNEY ON ABORTION

by DR. SUSAN BERRY 19 Oct 2012, 8:44 PM PDT 0POST A COMMENT

A new Obama campaign ad directed at women votersstates that Republican candidate Mitt Romney would ban abortion, but uses a Romney quote that has been cut off to distort the candidate’s stance toward the 1973Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.

The quote is from a Republican primary debate during which moderator Anderson Cooper asked the candidates, “If Roe v. Wade were overturned, Congress passed a federal ban on all abortions and it came to your desk, would you sign it? Yes or no?”

The ad depicts Romney’s response as, “I’d be delighted to sign that bill,” but truncates the remainder of his sentence, which was, “But that’s not where we are. That’s not where America is today.”

The ad comes as a new USA Today/Gallup poll finds more women in swing states are leaning toward Romney. The Obama campaign and the campaigns of many other Democrats around the country are doubling down on the left’s “War on Women” canard, a sure sign that the “women’s vote” is no longer a certainty for Democrats.

In the state of Connecticut, for example, abortion and access to birth control took center stage during the final debate between U.S. Senate candidates Democrat Chris Murphy and Republican Linda McMahon. Similarly, on Thursday we reported that Planned Parenthood is spending an additional $828,000 on Romney attack ads in the swing states of Colorado and Virginia.

In response to the ad, Romney spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg said:

President Obama’s campaign continues to mislead voters in a desperate attempt to distract from this president’s failed economic record. Five and a half million women are struggling to find work in the Obama economy, and they are suffering from record unemployment under this president.

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OFA says Nothing to Voters who say They’ll Vote TWICE

Organizing For America – the group that campaigns for Obama – doesn’t bother telling people that it’s ILLEGAL to vote TWICE in the election.   They are despicable.

 

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Obamanomics: The Dismal Record

From the Center for Freedom and Prosperity

The economy is suffering from the weakest recovery since the end of World War II, in large part because President Obama has increased the burden of government. This CF&P Foundation mini-documentary also contrasts the economy’s anemic performance under Obamanomics with the strong expansion under Reaganomics.

 

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Food Stamp spending Doubles under Obama

The chart speaks volumes.  Volumes of Food Stamps that people have to use thanks to Obamanomics.

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Democrat LIES about Romney and Ryan

 

LIES ABOUT ROMNEY/RYAN

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Obama Campaign Calls Romney a Felon

Obama lies about it to reporters

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