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    Fw: Obama Skipped Security Briefings, Caught Off Guard on Libya, Egypt

     

        From:   Robert S Hoehn Sent:  Thursday, September 13, 2012 2:41 PM To:  undisclosed-recipients: Subject:  Obama Skipped Security Briefings, Caught Off Guard on Libya, Egypt   fyi Obama Skipped Security Briefings, Caught Off Guard on Libya, Egypt By GOPUSA Staff   September 13, 2012 7:13 am                 Text Size:   A   A   A   As more information comes to light regarding the violence in Egypt and Libya, including the deaths of four Americans, it becomes apparent that Barack Obama was caught completely off guard. Not only does it appear that the violence in Libya was coordinated and planned, but Barack Obama hadn't even attended a security briefing in a week.  As reported by  Tony Lee at Breitbart.com , the Internet movie which is being blamed by the Obama administration as the cause for the attacks in Libya and Egypt most likely was just a cover for a coordinated attack that had been planned for some time. But a closer examination of the evidence indicates al-Qaeda orchestrated these attacks, and the movie was just a bogus excuse used to trigger the widespread violence. Even worse, it seems al-Qaeda telegraphed these attacks, and the Obama administration still got caught flat-footed, unaware of the terror group's strength in the region, missing key signals

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