Treason Straight Up

Oct 27, 2012 – Pat Caddell on Jeanine Pirro’s show  [4:08]

Caddell is a Democrat pollster and political consultant who has worked for Democratic presidential candidates George McGovern in 1972, Jimmy Carter in 1976 and 1980, Gary Hart in 1984, Joe Biden in 1988, and Jerry Brown in 1992. His NOT manufactured outrage over Benghazi begins at about 1:15. “I am appalled right now. This White House, this President, this Vice President, this Secretary of State, all of them, are willing apparently to dishonor themselves and this country for the cheap prospect of getting reelected…willing to cover up and lie. The worst thing is the very people who are supposed to protect the American people with the truth – the leading mainstream media…they have become a threat, a fundamental threat to American democracy and the enemies of the American people… these people have no honor… coverup is too nice of a word.”

Benghazi Attack Was Botched Kidnapping to Trade Blind Sheik [4:41]

Seem too far out? Is there any other explanation that fits all the facts?

March 26, 2012: Obama tells Russian PM “After Election I Have More Flexibilty” [:31]

It’s not like we don’t already know that Obama is more than ready to screw us all over.



Filed under Barack Obama, Benghazi, Democrats

5 responses to “Treason Straight Up

    • chrissythehyphenated

      October 29, 2012 – McCain: Obama Might Be Conducting ‘Massive Cover-Up’ With Libya Attack

      Senator McCain has to be cautious with his words, but as for me, I’d leave “might be” out of that headline.


      • Yep. And the “botched kidnapping” theory looks more and more plausible all the time. Would not surprise me in the least, especially since there has not been another “October surprise”… and we know they must have had one up their sleeve to pull out in the event that Romney pulled ahead of Obama in the polls.


      • Exactly right. John McCain is no fool with this kind of stuff.

        I am still wondering why Diane Feinstein is being so quiet.


  1. GP

    Another great graphic: