October Surprise?

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NYT recently reported planning under way for a Libya hit.

The former senior CIA official told Breitbart News that with America’s lack of intelligence on the ground in Libya, the fallout for any sort of airstrike could be catastrophic, leading to civilian casualties, and more broadly, to the fall of a weak but moderate Libyan government.

Obama playing with fire?

In essence, the former senior CIA official said, the Obama administration “would be sacrificing an allied government for just a couple of votes.”


“This is not Afghanistan in 1998,” the official said. “There, we had an adverse government, target packages away from population centers, good on-the-ground intelligence. Here we have none of the above. There is a tremendous lack of intelligence, a weak but friendly government, and our enemies have learned to hide amongst civilians and place their resources in crowds.”

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2012/10/04/Exclusive-former-CIA-official-Obama-october-surprise-attack-libya-criminal
 

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Gotta love it. 4000+ servicemen come home in a box due to bad intel and the ego of a draft dodging president and this is what breitbart.com writes about?
 
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Gotta love it. 4000+ servicemen come home in a box due to bad intel and the ego of a draft dodging president and this is what breitbart.com writes about?

Yeah, Barack is doing pretty good himself.

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OK, so the unemployment rate is supposedly down to 7.8%. Does this mean Bernanke can quit printing more money?
 
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ERIC,
Job #'s FINALLY dipped below 8.0 % on...O C T O B E R 5th, 2012, to 7.8%.
I DEMAND that You assign your ABSOLUTE BEST...'SPIN job' to this report !!!!!!!!!!!

Regards,
the ' Bear.

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Maybe more shocking, total employment, as measured by the Household Survey, rose by 873,000 in September to 142,974,000, the biggest one month jump since June 1983.
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But even more mysterious is the divergence in the two surveys done by the Labor Department.
The Household Survey showed a gain of 873,000 people employed in September - resulting in the surprise drop in the unemployment rate - while the Establishment Survey only showed a rise of 114,000.
Hmmm.