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Jay Carney

Benghazi: Not Going Away

May 8, 2013

No one should be surprised that the Benghazi scandal dominates the headlines once again, this time with whistle-blowers.  The Obama Administration has stone-walled, subverted, intimidated, and just plain lied about that they knew and when they knew it. The outrage isn’t new and isn’t going away.  This isn’t Watergate or Iran-Contra or Zippergate.  Four people [...]

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Benghazi-gate Hearings: “I Want to Know Why We were Lied To”

October 10, 2012

The House Oversight Committee heard testimony today about the September 11th debacle in Benghazi.  The Blaze has robust coverage of the details, so check out their links and timeline including Rep. Trey Gowdy’s warranted outrage which includes this post’s title quote. How’d we get here?  Four Americans died on September 11 as a result of [...]

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Should Obama Dump Biden?

August 16, 2012

With a flurry of recent Joe Biden gaffes, John McCain repeated some buzz about Obama potentially replacing Biden with another Vice Presidential nominee.  White House Propaganda Minister press secretary Jay Carney responded that Joe is indeed staying on the ticket, then proceed to attack McCain’s pick of Sarah Palin.  McCain said he wasn’t sure if [...]

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Carney Stumbles on Naming Israeli Capital

July 28, 2012

Question:  What is the capital of Israel?  Answer:  Jerusalem Simple, right?  Not in an election year with a Democrat administration in office! President Obama just authorized the transfer of $70 million to Israel saying:  “I have made it a top priority for my administration to deepen cooperation with Israel across a whole spectrum of security [...]

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Carney vs. Baier on Fox News

April 4, 2012

Yesterday, Fox News’ Special Report host Bret Baier had White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on to talk about the President’s budget and a few other issues.  The following exchange took place: Baier had a solid, legitimate point and Carney decided to get defensive immediately, filibustering the question.  Granted, if my job was to defend [...]

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