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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

I Know they Felt Lonely Before the End

The newest of the new is the revelation of emails that show the State Department and the White House either ignored critical information, or were too wrapped up in electioneering and whatever else they happen to do when they're saying they're doing their job; and not.

I've described a brush with a mob during my own life. In my experience, there were no armed assailants, rockets or cowardly "guards" to help worsen the violence. Also, there were no supposed friendly forces to watch and do nothing while we were attacked.

The Obama Administration, some military officers and anyone else that's been quiet about what happened in Libya are cowards, traitors and downright low life pieces of shit for not doing anything to help during the seven hours of the attack. When it's all said and done, no punishment is severe enough for those involved. May God have mercy on their souls because I would have none to offer.

I can only imagine how lonely they felt during the last minutes when they knew the greatest nation on the planet had ignored their plight. May they rest in peace and may their families see justice served on those that left them to die.


2 comments:

  1. Ah.

    You hit the nail on the head.

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  2. They left our own people behind. That's unforgivable.

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