60 Minutes covers for Obama - again

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60 Minutes covers for Obama - again

Unread postby barryglasgow » Sun May 12, 2013 11:17 pm

So with all the Benghazi coverage this week and evidence of an all-out White House cover-up, 60 Minutes' top story is the 16-month-old rescue of humanitarian aid worker Jessica Buchanan in Somalia.
The story was laid out to make it appear as though Obama was personally responsible for making this rescue happen.

The timing of this story shouldn't be lost on anyone.
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Re: 60 Minutes covers for Obama - again

Unread postby btorocco » Tue May 14, 2013 2:23 am

barryglasgow wrote:So with all the Benghazi coverage this week and evidence of an all-out White House cover-up, 60 Minutes' top story is the 16-month-old rescue of humanitarian aid worker Jessica Buchanan in Somalia.
The story was laid out to make it appear as though Obama was personally responsible for making this rescue happen.
The timing of this story shouldn't be lost on anyone.

Amazing, isn't it, that with the ink still wet on the new Benghazi revelations they would run a rescue story from almost a year and a half ago. The message to the kool-aid quaffing twitterati was that Obama does NOT abandon Americans abroad, which will make it easier for him to pin this on underlings, perhaps Hillary. It'll be interesting to see how this plays out as it heats up and it's already getting a lot hotter what with the AP spying scandal and the IRS debacle. You know you're in trouble when, as Charles Krauthammer said, you can't even get your walk-back story straight and the only thing you have to deflect attention from a scandal is another scandal. One gets the sense the wheels are finally coming off this train wreck of an administration.
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