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Chickens Come Home to Roost

Leslie Brown

Well, well, well. Like the country-hating Obama pal Jeremiah Wright likes to say, “The chickens have come home to roost”.

If you believed the Administration’s immediate misinformation campaign on Benghazi for one minute, I will seriously question whether you have two synapses to rub together. Mr. President, telling the truth is much easier than a lie because you don’t have to try and remember what you said, and the act of telling the truth in and of itself can never get you in trouble.

This Administration did the equivalent of what a little kid might do: spill nail polish on a wood table with a nice finish, then try to wipe it off with an acetone soaked cotton ball….oops! This isn’t a table we’re talking about though, it’s four families whose lives came to a halt on that day when their family members were sacrificed on the altar of political expediency.

Our country just might get some justice after all, thanks to Judicial Watch who had to file flippin’ lawsuits to get what few damaging pages they have squeezed out of our “turnip” of a “transparent” Administration. I shan’t go in to all of the lies that were told, but suffice it to say, those “Don’t believe the liberal media” bumper stickers don’t look so kooky, now do they? I’m not a genius, I just try to be aware and not rot my brain on our “Pravda” media; we don’t even have television in our home. It is so very sad that the majority of our nation cares more about “Dancing With the Stars” than our 98-pound-weakling foreign policy we haven’t seen since the likes of thrilled-because-he-is-no-longer-the-worst-President-ever Carter.

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