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    Question So....Whos the obama whistleblower?






    So we have three events exposed in very close proximity to each other. benghazi, IRS and now the AP wiretaps. Looks like theres an insider in their camp exposing all of this because they realize how dangerous and radical he really is, and they had enough.

    The question is who? hillary...who hates obama. But shes running in 2016 so im not sure if this is a clinton strategy. biden....who is just part of this marriage for convenience and could potentially take the throne if obama got impeached. But impeachment seems unlikely. Maybe one of the generals or admirals he fired recently...that no one has even heard about.

    I mean, there are no coincidences. And this is not some random string of events that materialized simultaneously. Has to be someone in his admin...or someone with the ability to spy on his admin, such as the CIA or even israel. Keep in mind he has snubbed israel and hasnt really supported military action in syria the way the israelis would like him to...So they want him gone.

    And as michael savage asks, what event will they stage next to keep our eyes off the scandals...another boston situation, or maybe full blown war with syria? Perhaps a bio attack. I mean, Who would focus on illegal IRS audits when half of new york came down with small pox?

    So whos exposing this and what will the next false flag be to distract us?
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    And by exposing the AP wiretaps, he loses the shroud of protection from the liberal media outlets who fellate him constantly. So this a perfect storm. There are No coincidences.

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    I'm willing to bet, just based on experience, that these mutha phuqas were running some clandestine weapons operations in Lybia arming "freedom fighters", and they're just trying to throw us of the track by claiming scandals.

    This crap still obviously works!



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    whoever it is we need to give the person a medal. Obama is dangerous, and I would rather him playing defense and reacting than offense and running his chosen game plan.
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    Our gov't is getting to strong period this country will fall to ruins with a 100 years if we keep going at this rate. We will never learn from history, the second every country started to take rights away from citizens it falls to ruin. A gov't can not control the country. No one can be equal in terms of economy. There will all ways be a rich, middle and lower class. We cant supply everyone with equal benefits. Our population is way to large and growing at a rate that we can not keep up with. We need to militarize our boarders, shoot to kill any illegals coming over. If they knew we would kill them instead of supplying water and aide then i think they would thing twice. You go to any other country you try to break in you get shot. Perception should be that any one illegally coming in is a threat to our country.

    Make it easier to become citizens, make is easier for them to pay taxes because it is ridiculous the cost it takes to become a citizen. Or form a law to become a citizen you must serve the United States for 4 years. Military, reserve fire fighter, community service, and ect. Some type of civic service.

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    The sad part is if i were to make a mistake like they did but at my level i would be discharged or even put in prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronAddict View Post
    I'm willing to bet, just based on experience, that these mutha phuqas were running some clandestine weapons operations in Lybia arming "freedom fighters", and they're just trying to throw us of the track by claiming scandals.

    This crap still obviously works!
    Oh, you can bet that is what was happening.

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    It's the oldest trick in the book...the old bait and switch! Look over here... someone bombs this building, and while you are distracted, we will change shit around.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) ? President Barack Obama tried to defuse a trio of controversies Thursday, pledging to work with Congress to ensure the IRS doesn't abuse its power, urging legislators to provide more money to strengthen security at U.S. diplomatic outposts and promising to seek "a balance" between national security and a need to protect freedom of the press.
    "I think we're going to be able to fix it," Obama said, speaking in particular of the IRS' targeting of conservative groups for special scrutiny. He vowed to make sure the agency is "doing its job scrupulously and without even a hint of bias."
    Trying to steer clear of Republican criticism of the administration's response to the terror attacks that killed four Americans last year in Benghazi, Libya, the president called on Congress to work with the White House to provide more money to strengthen U.S. diplomatic missions' security.
    "We need to come together and truly honor the sacrifice of those four courageous Americans and better secure our diplomatic posts around the world," Obama said. "That's how we learn the lessons of Benghazi. That's how we keep faith with the men and women who we send overseas to represent America."
    Obama also was asked about the government's seizure of telephone records of reporters and editors of The Associated Press in an investigation of news leaks. The president said he would not comment on that specific case but said that "leaks related to national security can put people at risk." At the same time, he said, the government has an obligation to be open. He said the challenge was to find an appropriate balance between secrecy and the right to know.
    Obama said he makes no apologies for trying to protect classified information, but he also said the AP case shows the importance of striking a proper balance between safeguarding classified information and ensuring freedom of the press.
    "That's a worthy conversation to have," Obama said in his first public comments on the AP matter.
    Obama said it was a good time to take another look at proposed legislation to protect journalists from having to reveal information, including the identity of sources who have been promised confidentiality. The bill contains exceptions in instances of national security.
    Noting the presence of U.S. troops and intelligence officers in risky situations around the world, Obama said, "Part of my job is to make sure that we're protecting what they do while still accommodating for the need for the public to be informed and to be able to hold my office accountable."
    The president is trying to shake off a growing perception that he has been passive in responding to a series of developments that threaten to derail his second-term agenda and ensnarl his White House in GOP-led congressional investigations.
    Hoping to regain momentum, already this week Obama has released a trove of documents related to the Benghazi terror attacks amid pressure from Republicans, asked Congress to revive action on the shield law, and forced the resignation of the top IRS official. The president is expected to nominate a new acting IRS commissioner this week to replace Steven Miller, who resigned Wednesday.
    The president spoke at a rainy Rose Garden news conference with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. As drizzles gave way to a steady rain, Obama summoned Marine guards to provide umbrellas for Erdogan and himself, joking, "I've got a change of suits but I don't know about our prime minister."
    Obama's initial response to the three controversies was cautious. That, combined with his earlier lack of awareness about controversies brewing within his administration, opened him to criticism from his Republican foes.
    "If Obama really learned about the latest IRS and AP secret subpoena scandals in the news, who exactly is running the ship at the White House?" Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kirsten Kukowski said.
    And, in a worrisome sign for the White House, some Democrats also criticized the president for not being more aggressive in responding to trouble within the government.
    Robert Gibbs, Obama's former White House press secretary, said the president should have appointed a bipartisan commission of former IRS officials to look into the issue of targeting political organizations. And Gibbs gently chided his former boss for using passive language when he first addressed the political targeting during a White House news conference Monday.
    "I think they would have a much better way of talking about this story rather than simply kind of landing on the, 'Well, if this happened, then we'll look at it'," Gibbs said on MSNBC.
    The fresh pair of controversies coincided with a resurgence in the GOP-led investigation into the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks on a U.S. compound in Benghazi that killed the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans.
    Congressional Republicans launched another round of hearings on the attacks last week. And on Friday, a congressional official disclosed details of emails among administration officials that resulted in talking points, used to publicly discuss the deadly incident, being revised to downplay the prospect that the attacks were an act of terror.
    Obama aides insisted the emails were either taken out of context or provided no new information, but they resisted pressure to make the emails public for five days before finally disclosing them to reporters Wednesday. The emails revealed that then-CIA Director David Petraeus disagreed with the final talking points, despite the White House's insistence that the intelligence agency had final say over the statements.
    The White House has publicly defended its handling of the controversies. Obama spokesman Jay Carney has insisted it would be "wholly inappropriate" for the president, in the case of the Justice Department matter, to weigh in on an active investigation, and in the case of the IRS controversy, to insert himself in the actions of an independent agency.
    However, legal scholar Jonathan Turley disputed those assertions, saying there is no legal reason a president would be precluded from learning about the investigations before the public did or from commenting on them, at least broadly.
    "These comments treat the president like he's the bubble boy," said Turley, a law professor at George Washington University.
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    WASHINGTON (AP) ? Democrats rallied behind President Barack Obama in the long-running, bitter dispute over the administration's handling of the Benghazi attack, arguing that the White House's latest email disclosure undermines Republican claims of a cover-up.
    "Let's be honest about what's happening here," Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Menendez, D-N.J., said Thursday in speech on the Senate floor. "It's not about doing all we can to find the truth and making sure it never happens again; it's about political-gamesmanship and finding someone to blame."
    The White House released some 100 pages of emails and notes on Wednesday about interagency discussions on how to describe the Sept. 11, 2012, attack in which militants struck the U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya, killing four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said the emails "prove there simply was no cover-up."
    "Yet Republicans, with full knowledge of these emails, claimed the White House was hiding the truth," Reid said.
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., agreed with Obama that the GOP focus was a "sideshow."
    Yet Republicans made clear they have no plans to back down, with House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, telling reporters that the GOP members on five committees were "working overtime" on the Benghazi issue.
    Republicans have accused the Obama administration of misleading the American people about the circumstances of the attack, playing down a terrorist strike that would reflect poorly on Obama in the heat of a presidential race. Obama has dismissed charges of a cover-up and suggested on Monday that the criticism was politically motivated.
    Eight months after the attack, the issue remains a political winner with the Republican base as conservatives have been ferocious in assailing Obama. Rank-and-file GOP members and outside groups have pressured Boehner to appoint a special select committee to investigate. Instead, Republicans are pursuing their own inquiries and promising to call more witnesses to testify publicly, including the veteran diplomat and retired admiral who led an independent review of the attack that widely criticized the State Department's insufficient security at the facility.
    In the latest back-and-forth between the two leaders and a House Republican committee chairman, Thomas Pickering and former Joint Chiefs Chairman Mike Mullen sent a letter Thursday to the oversight committee chairman saying they will testify in public but not submit to private interviews with staff investigators prior to their testimony.
    "The public deserves to hear your questions and answers," Pickering and Mullen told Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. They offered to appear before the panel either May 28 or June 3.
    The emails disclosed on Wednesday underscored the turf battle between the State Department and CIA, as neither one wanted to take the blame for the attack. They also showed the reluctance within the administration about saying anything definitively as officials scrambled to write talking points for lawmakers and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, who discussed the attack on Sunday talk shows.
    Rice's widely debunked remarks that cited protests over an anti-Islam video as the cause of the attack fueled the criticism of the administration and later cost her a chance at becoming secretary of state.
    According to the 99 pages of emails, then CIA-Director David Petraeus objected to the final talking points because he wanted to see more details revealed to the public.
    Petraeus' deputy, Mike Morell, after a meeting at the White House on Saturday, Sept. 15, scratched out from the CIA's early talking point drafts mentions of al-Qaida, the experience of fighters in Libya, Islamic extremists and a warning to the Cairo embassy on the eve of the attacks of calls for a demonstration and break-in by jihadists.
    Petraeus apparently was displeased by the removal of so much of the material his analysts had proposed for release. The talking points were sent to Rice to prepare her for an appearance on news shows on Sunday, Sept. 16, and also to members of the House Intelligence Committee.
    "No mention of the cable to Cairo, either?" Petraeus wrote after receiving Morell's edited version, developed after an intense back-and-forth among Obama administration officials. "Frankly, I'd just as soon not use this, then."
    The emails were partially blacked out, including removal of names of senders and recipients who are career employees at the CIA and elsewhere.
    The emails show that only minor editing was requested by the White House, and most of the objections came from the State Department. "The White House cleared quickly, but State has major concerns," read an email that a CIA official sent to Petraeus on Friday, Sept. 14.
    Critics have highlighted an email by then-State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland that expressed concern that any mention of prior warnings or the involvement of al-Qaida would give congressional Republicans ammunition to attack the administration in the weeks before the presidential election.
    That email was among those released by the White House, sent by Nuland on Sept. 14 at 7:39 p.m. to officials in the White House, State Department and CIA. She wrote she was concerned they could prejudice the investigation and be "abused by members to beat the State Department for not paying attention to agency warnings so why do we want to feed that either? Concerned."
    After Nuland sent several more emails throughout that Friday evening expressing further concerns, Jake Sullivan, then-deputy chief of staff at the State Department, said the issues would be worked out at a meeting at the White House on Saturday morning.
    A senior U.S. intelligence official told reporters Wednesday that Morell made the changes to the talking points after that meeting because of his own concerns that they could prejudge an FBI investigation into who was responsible for the attacks.
    The official said Morell also didn't think it was fair to disclose the CIA's advance warning without giving the State Department a chance to explain how it responded. The official spoke on a condition of anonymity without authorization to speak about the emails on the record. Petraeus declined to be interviewed Wednesday.
    The intelligence official said Morell was aware of Nuland's objections but did not make the changes under pressure from the State Department but because he independently shared the concerns.
    That is contradicted in an email sent to Rice on Saturday, Sept. 15, at 1:23 p.m. by a member of her staff whose name was blacked out. The email said Morell indicated he would work with Sullivan and Ben Rhodes, the White House deputy national security adviser, to revise the talking points. The intelligence official disputed that assertion and insisted Morell acted alone.
    An email from Morell also says he spoke to Petraeus "about State's deep concerns about mentioning the warnings and the other work done on this."
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    Quote Originally Posted by jay_steel View Post
    Our gov't is getting to strong period this country will fall to ruins with a 100 years if we keep going at this rate. We will never learn from history, the second every country started to take rights away from citizens it falls to ruin. A gov't can not control the country. No one can be equal in terms of economy. There will all ways be a rich, middle and lower class. We cant supply everyone with equal benefits. Our population is way to large and growing at a rate that we can not keep up with. We need to militarize our boarders, shoot to kill any illegals coming over. If they knew we would kill them instead of supplying water and aide then i think they would thing twice. You go to any other country you try to break in you get shot. Perception should be that any one illegally coming in is a threat to our country.

    Make it easier to become citizens, make is easier for them to pay taxes because it is ridiculous the cost it takes to become a citizen. Or form a law to become a citizen you must serve the United States for 4 years. Military, reserve fire fighter, community service, and ect. Some type of civic service.
    That's already a law.

    I do agree with all you've said here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_predator View Post
    It's the oldest trick in the book...the old bait and switch! Look over here... someone bombs this building, and while you are distracted, we will change shit around.
    Pretty much what just happened with Boston. Everyone was focused on finding this "terrorist suspect" and almost 600lbs of explosives was stolen from a USAF facility.

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    The danger to America is not Barack Obama, but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president.

    The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a... mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him
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