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Progressive Democrats

Most Americans can see through the lies, deception, and manipulation of the "Progressive" Democratic administration when they have the facts. Benghazi is the tip of the iceberg. The U.S. Benghazi Consulate was attacked Sept. 11, 2012. Also attack...

Most Americans can see through the lies, deception, and manipulation of the "Progressive" Democratic administration when they have the facts. Benghazi is the tip of the iceberg. The U.S. Benghazi Consulate was attacked Sept. 11, 2012. Also attacked Sept. 11, 2012, were our embassies in Cairo, Egypt; Yemen; and Tunisia. Event reconstruction proves that these attacks were all well-coordinated sophisticated Al Qaeda led attacks that had been planned for months. The Obama-led Democratic Party could not admit its foreign policy a failure in 2012 or today. But, Democrats used our tax dollars and likely existing intelligence information to manufacture a story that would blame these attacks on the United States, who allowed some unknown filmmaker to offend Muslims and our "hero" president to apologize for you and me. Although this manipulation and deception got Obama re-elected, the "film" had nothing to do with these attacks; bad guys continue to attack the United States. President Obama's foreign policy has focused on embracing the Muslim Brotherhood, mentors of Osama Bin Laden. The Progressive Democrats' approach to deceiving and manipulating the citizens of this fine nation undermine our freedoms and our nation's opportunity to positively improve our world.

Paul Cibuzar

Nisswa

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