The U.S. Commander-in-Chief misspoke about bayonets. He misspoke about horses. He misspoke about the size of the U.S. Navy. He misspoke about the makeup of the Navy. And the whole time, he thought he was teaching his opponent Mitt Romney a lesson.
We don’t buy less bayonets these days, we buy more!
The point of Romney’s comments was the current inability of the US Navy to project force simultaneously in widely separate areas of the globe. Unless Obie knows that we have a ship that can be in more than one place at the same time.
A series of internal State Department emails obtained by Fox News shows that officials reported within hours of last month’s deadly consulate attack in Libya that Al Qaeda-tied group Ansar al-Sharia had claimed responsibility.
The emails provide some of the most detailed information yet about what officials knew in the initial hours after the attack. And it again raises questions about why U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice, apparently based on intelligence assessments, would claim five days after the attack that it was a “spontaneous” reaction to protests over an anti-Islam film. Read the whole thing…
Question: What is the difference between the lies that came out of Watergate and Libya?
Answer: No one died in Watergate.