Dec. 1, 2014 By Jack Jodell (in association with Fair and Unbalanced.com – see my Blogroll in the lower right hand column).
Happy post-Thanksgiving Monday, everybody – we hope you had a great holiday weekend! Congress returns to Washington today to begin a “lame duck” session which will mark the waning days of a Democratic-controlled Senate. While there are a few bipartisan bills languishing that could and should be passed – notably the Postal Rewform Act of 2014 – chances are that little will be accomplished outside of filling some yet unfilled agency and judicial npminations. But who really knows? Perhaps the House will attempt to pass their umpteenth unsuccessful repeal of the Affordable Care Act, or yet another attempt to prove a White House conspiracy to silence what they erroneously believe had really happened on that fateful night in Libya when our ambassador and three other Americans tragically lost their lives. It is hoped by many that these lying, scheming Republicans (Darrell Issa, James Inhofe, and Lindsey Graham, in particular) will finally shut their infernal yaps about this nonexistent scandal and will start doing what they’ve been elected to do rather than constantly engaging in these baseless bitter continual partisan maneuvers!
Chairman Issa was insistent. The American public was deliberately misled. Talking points had been changed by the administration.
Senator Graham said he knew for a fact that witnesses were being forced into silence.
One Republican after another condemned the lying, the coverup.
Fox News reported, and let viewers decide, about why administration explanations were unraveling in a very public way.
But a Republican investigation reveals that there was no coverup, that the American public was not misled, that talking points were not changed for political purposes, that no employees were told not to talk, that there was no scandal, none.
Now that they know the truth, conservatives will certainly do the right thing.
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