We may never know what this guy knows. Gen. David Patraeus will testify to the House committee on what happened in the Benghazi attack. But his testimony will come from behind closed doors
Gen. David Petraeus will testify before a House Committee on the Libya embassy attack Friday morning, despite the ongoing FBI investigation into an extramarital affair that led to his resignation as director of the CIA.
The hearing held by the Senate Intelligence Committee is closed to the public and the media. Petraeus is expected to answer questions about the CIA's knowledge and handling of the assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi that left U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead. Two of those Americans were with the CIA.
I agree with Rush though, this will not be covered up.
This will be the next Watergate once the facts come out, Obama will not make it to 2016, guarantee it.
I have to disagree. I've seen too much in politics in my life from that 'up close and personal' perspective. Look it, Nixon broke every rule in the book, counselled others to lie under oath buthe never did. And he walked, albeit with a pardon in hand.
Now move ahead some to one Bill Clinton and his under oath testimony -- a direct lie and clear case of obstruction of justice. He survived opn purely partisan voting lines
I have to disagree with Rush. Obama's been having his water carried by the women around him for all his life. He has acres of shit to hide behind.....and it will take too long for it all to come out.
I'd say he's got some bronco ridin' to do, but the old mare ain't what she used to be. He slither out of this
And Walter Sobchak is not going to like you using The Dude for an avatar. Considering the only other user name I've ever had was Lebowski...I'm not sure I like it....
I've been on a Big Lebowski kick lately, I'll change it soon enough when I'm over it. The Dude's attitude suits me lately. My friends and girlfriend, who have seen the state of my apartment lately, can testify to that one.
Originally Posted by Fearandloathing
Got you're attention didn't it?
It's all in the headline which, as a common practice in newspapers, need not be accurate per ce, but not inaccurate.