...are advocating when they support attacking another country which never did anything to them.
People are so ignorant as why the U.S. attacked Lybia in the first place that they don't really have much business discussing it at all.
The fact is, the United States had supported Quadifi for years and even sent him millions in foreign aid (which should be ended for every country but that's another story).
But what triggered our sudden change of heart was when Quadifi supported the idea of a new African currency based on gold. The Federal Reserve and other world central banks couldn't deal with the competition.
So the FED got the U.S. government to get behind an attack on Lybia to overthrow (and kill) Quadifi.
Remember, ALL wars are banker's wars.
But when you attack another country, don't be too surprised if you have a few unintended consequences like getting your embassy attacked.
That seems to be the point that is missed in the Benghazi issue.
"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
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