Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Is General Petraeus Sheldon Cooper's Father and Other Questions
The resemblance is hard to deny. Where was Petraeus at the time Sheldon's mother conceived?
All the current expositions of the affair and related matters make this appearance by Broadwell on the Daily Show rather humorous. http://youtu.be/DIhhmf_tmN8 Word has it that Petraeus was blinded, not by Broadwell's beauty, but the glare off her forehead. He's claiming he never knew for sure who she was as he never got a good look at her due to the bright light.
During these difficult times, President Obama has taken inspiration from Harry Truman.
The bus is pulling up behind the White House as they line up those to be thrown under. It promises to be a bumpy ride. Clearance under the bus has been raised by 6 inches to accommodate more persons.
Were or were not Libyan militia members prisoner in the consultate at Benghazi and, if so, how did Broadwell know about it?
Broadwell, co-author of a biography about Petraeus, was speaking at the University of Denver Oct. 26 and responded to questions about the attack on the U.S. Consulate that led to the death of four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.Can we believe the CIA or other government sources after the bogus blaming of a stupid youtube video? Reports are that Obama didn't know about Petraeus until after the election. Is Obama the most uninformed president ever? He seems to never know about any to the misdoings, Fast and Furious, etc. We can be certain the press will dig into this and only report that which won't tarnish Dear Leader's shine. Stay tuned.
"Now I don't know if a lot of you heard this, but the CIA annex had actually -- had taken a couple of Libyan militia members prisoner and they think that the attack on the consulate was an effort to try to get these prisoners back. So that's still being vetted," she said.
Eli Lake, writing for The Daily Beast, reported that it is possible that Broadwell was confusing details of a story on Fox News that day that claimed that three of the Libyan attackers were briefly held at a CIA annex in Benghazi, not the consulate, before being turned over to the local militia.
Lake also reported that the CIA on Sunday denied the claim that prisoners were held at the annex, which has not been reported elsewhere.
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