Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Benghazi and The Empty Chair's foreign policy

One the eve of having to testify under oath in hearings, State Dept. officials admitted that there never was a protest at Benghazi. Hence, the administration's widely repeated claim that Ambassador Stevens died not because of a planned terrorist attack but rather because of spontaneous Muslim outrage over a youtube video was just plain false.

Graphic from The Looking Spoon (via Right Now I/O).

PREVIOUSLY on the Empty Chair:
Debating an empty chair: how the media covered it
National Empty Chair Day
Eastwood was right (cartoon)
Video of Clint Eastwood at the RNC convention

PREVIOUSLY on Obama's foreign policy:
Is Obama using Carter's speechwriters?
"Obama, Obama, you are either with us or with them," say Iranians
Obama gets an education
Krauthammer on a roll
Obama's go-it-alone foreign policy: Russian edition
Obama alienates Germany
Jimmy Carter's lasting influence, II
Obama's charm offensive not working
Obama snubs Brazil
Obama insults Britain
On Iran's nuclear program, Obama abandons cooperation with Europe
Obama antagonizes India
Jimmy Carter on N. Korea's nuclear bomb tests
Jimmy Carter's Lasting Influence

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