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  • What did the President know and when did he know it? That famous question from Watergate should resurface today as news breaks that President Obama and his administration knew 2 hours after the attack that led to the murder of Libyan Ambassador Christopher Stevens and 3 other Americans were terrorism and claimed by a known terrorist group.

    Reuters reported last night, “Officials at the White House and State Department were advised two hours after attackers assaulted the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11 that an Islamic militant group had claimed credit for the attack, official emails show.”

    Nowhere in these emails is a YouTube video mentioned…not even once.

    This blows a hole in everything the President, the vice-president and every mouthpiece they employ has been saying all along. In other words, they lied, knowingly and willingly, to the American people, to the families of the victims, for weeks.

    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS 10-24-12
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    FLAMINGO #1: LOOKS LIKE WE’VE BEEN ARMING AL QUAEDA AND THAT AMBASSADOR STEVENS WAS THE CONDUIT FOR THE ARMS !!!

    FLAMINGO #2: URK! URK!

    FLAMINGO #1: YEAH. THE RUSSIANS ARE ASKING WHOSE SIDE ARE WE ON, ANYWAY! NOT GOOD. NOT GOOD AT ALL.

    FLAMINGO #1: CONNECT THE DOTS. CONNECT THE DOTS.
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    (Photograph by Alex in the 3-D virtual world of Second Life)
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