No “There” There? We’ll see…

We know that blaming a lame video for the events in Benghazi was completely a political decision made by many in the Anointed One’s administration – and perhaps even the Anointed One himself. I don’t think they are even denying that one anymore.

If this is the case (and I believe it is with all of my heart) why are some in the Democratic Party so enraged that the Republicans might have a political agenda when it comes to Benghazi? I feel Rep. Trey Gowdy is sincere in his search for the truth about what happened from the second the attacks began and the series of events that took place up until now. I feel that the Federal Prosecutor inside of him cannot let this go until the families of the murdered men, and the American people, know the entire story and someone is brought to justice for this heinous crime.

What the other Republicans’ motives are, I do not know. It would be nice to think they have the same motives as Rep. Gowdy.   Let’s be sincere about this – nothing goes on in DC without politics being a part of it.

So, I wonder why some in the Democratic Party are calling for a boycott of this process. One would think they have the biggest stake in finding out the truth.   It is possible they will be exonerated and can finally say “We told you so!” Or, they will be exposed as liars and cohorts in the political gamesmanship Barry and his “peeps” carefully orchestrated two months before the 2012 Presidential election.

My question to them is this – If there is no “there” there, why wouldn’t you want to be there?

4 thoughts on “No “There” There? We’ll see…

  1. The Democrats, most of them are scared of this investigation. I think six of them voted for it to go ahead, so we’ll see what happens. A bunch voted to appoint a select committee to look into the IRS scandal as well. That will be interesting also.

    • Yeah, 24 or 26 of the Dems voted to appoint a special prosecutor. Shows how much faith they have in the fairness factor of Eric Holder, huh? I do not know if he will agree to appoint the special prosecutor, though. Probably not.

      • I have the feeling Holder will fight this thing all the way. I have to give Obama credit. Appointing Holder as Attorney General was a pretty smart move. Having his “butt-buddy” covering his back has made it possible to get away with just about everything.

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