Smoking Gun email points to White House involvement in Benghazi talking points

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LOGIC LETTER
by Lynn Woolley

Dear Lojiks,

Catherine Herridge (Photo: FOX News)

Catherine Herridge (Photo: FOX News)

Well, good luck in finding this story. A report from FOX News’ Catherine Herridge says that newly released emails on the aftermath of the deadly Benghazi attacks shows that an assistant to President Obama Ben Rhodes sent as email with this subject line:

RE: PREP Call with Susan [Rice]

The mail went out to a dozen members of the inner circle including key members of Obama’s communications team including Press Secretary Jay Carney. In the email Rhodes brings up the anti-Islam video and names some goal including:

“To underscore that these protests are rooted in an internet video, and not a broader failure of policy.”

“To reinforce the President and Administration’s strength and steadiness in dealing with difficult challenges.”

Two things stand out there. First, Susan Rice was not sent out on Sunday morning TV to tell the truth. Never again should anyone believe anything said by anybody from this administration on any of these shows. Second, this story will never see print in most newspapers. The Associated Press feeds virtually every local paper in America. If AP doesn’t cover, the newspapers have a perfect excuse to ignore. The other TV nets will never pick up a story that was broken on FOX News.

Journalism isn’t dead, but it is on life support. Besides, there is a much more juicy story – that of NBA owner Donald Sterling. The Sterling story has it all: racism, sex, adultery, secret recordings, money, sports – AND there is nothing that can harm Obama. CNN still has the missing jetliner story.

The Wisconsin Voter ID law has been struck down by a judge named Lynn Adelman. Judge Adelman ruled that a requirement for voters to show a state-issued photo ID is too tough on the poor and minorities. He also said the law is simply to flawed to be fixed.

These rulings from what appear to be left wing judges seem to scream one thing: White people have no trouble with obtaining photo IDs. Minorities seem unable to obtain them. (The “poor” seem to be thrown in as an afterthought. After all, the poor have to be ID’ed to get government benefits. So this is really a majority-minority issue.)

It is somewhat troubling that people who seem to have no initiative to get a photo ID seem to have all the energy in the world when it comes to voting. How is this possible? It is possible ONLY if a party is so determined to win an election that it casts off any thought of ballot integrity and drives (literally – in cars and vans) anybody and everybody to the polls – legal or not – and likely offers “walking around money” as a bribe.

Speaker John Boehner has walked back from his mockery of fellow Republicans over the amnesty bill that he wants. But he’s not backing down from supporting the amnesty. Meanwhile, J. D. Winteregg, one of two of Boehner’s primary opponents, has been fired from his job at a Christian college because of a suggestive campaign ad. The ad used the speaker’s name and played upon the fact it sounds like a crude term for the male erection. The ad is funny, but it also might offend some people — especially people (like me) who rush to the remote every time a male erectile dysfunction ad comes on TV.

Take a stand!

Logically,
Lynn Woolley

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