Fw: Benghazi Fail & Coverup

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Date: Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 8:52 AM
Subject: Fw: Benghazi Fail & Coverup

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Subject: Re: Benghazi Fail & Coverup

Very well said:  http://mainfo.blogspot.com/2012/10/judge-jeanine-lets-obama-have-it-boom.html

Why did the mainstream media follow Cindy Sheehan everywhere and make her a household name, and now avoid Charles Wood?  Do you even know who Charles Wood is?  Why does the media persist in giving Obama a pass on on his failures?

To put this coverup in perspective, no one died at Watergate.


Anonymous said...

Some no name right wing hack telling old lies about Benghazi. Great production values too: it looks like it was recorded with a handheld camcorder off of an old TV set and then uploaded to Youtube.

gruaud said...

My impression of WWW.specialops2012 is that they are a far-right vet group funded by Adelson and the Koch's.

gruaud said...

I also wanted to comment on the little tag: "To put this cover-up in perspective, no one died at Watergate."

This is actually pretty damned sick.

The conclusion of Robert Parry's essay on Benghazi vs Watergate:

"Since the full scope of Nixon’s political intelligence operations were not understood in 1973-74, Washington’s conventional wisdom adopted the mistaken lesson from the Watergate scandal that “the cover-up is worse than the crime.” What wasn’t understood was how deep Nixon’s villainy may have gone.

Another consequence is that Republicans still can disparage the significance of Watergate, sometimes referring to it as Nixon did, as “a third-rate burglary.” Not understanding the scope of criminality behind Nixon’s clandestine operations, GOP officials even rate Watergate as less important than the current flap over Benghazi because supposedly “no one died in Watergate.”

However, if the full continuum of Watergate were recognized – that it partly stemmed from a cover-up of Nixon’s Vietnam War “treason” in 1968 – the notion that “no one died” would sound like a sick joke.

Because Nixon extended the Vietnam War for four-plus years and expanded it into Cambodia, millions of people perished, the vast majority inhabitants of Indochina, but also more than 20,000 additional Americans. It is well past time that this more complete history is recognized."


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