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Cruz says Benghazi has ‘disappeared’ from the radar
« on: September 08, 2013, 10:56:39 AM »

9/8/13 10:35 AM EDT

Sen. Ted Cruz said on Sunday the Obama administration has forgotten about the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya – and has taken its focus off of the real threat to American security with proposed military strikes on Syria.

“One of the problems with all of this focus on Syria is its missing the ball from what we should be focused on, which is the grave threat from radical Islamic terrorism," the Texas Republican said on ABC's "This Week." "This is the one-year anniversary of the attack on Benghazi.  In Benghazi, four Americans were killed - including the first ambassador since 1979.”

“When it happened, the president promised to hunt the wrongdoers down, and yet a few months later, the issue has disappeared," Cruz said. "You don't hear the president mention Benghazi. Now it's a phony scandal."

“We ought to be defending U.S. national security and going after radical Islamic terrorists,” Cruz said.

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Re: Cruz says Benghazi has ‘disappeared’ from the radar
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2013, 05:48:22 PM »
Did you watch Fox News Sunday?  Juan Williams and Karl Rove got into a shouting match when Juan declared Benghazi a joke that no one cares about and the subject is dead in the water and will remain there... he went on to declare the was "no stand down order given"........ I thought Rove was going to strangle him before they were over....... Juan is so on the Obama plantation he isn't even listenable.
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