Actually, yes, you did misquote me. How? You said:
Now as John said/claimed...these rioters/terrorists are supposed to be using " sling-shots " " throwing rocks "
Notice the part that said, "John said" and the part in quotation marks? Sling-shots and throwing rocks? Yes, that's called a misquote when you use quotation marks. Semantics, but misquote none-the-less.
You then go on to claim "everyone on the right" is talking about the two intelligence officers relieved of duty. I said it before, and since you obviously don't read my posts, I'll say it again. I never talked about those two intelligence officers. So honestly, stop wasting our time by trying to fight that point. SOME people are saying that, NOT me. And by the way, the dismissal of that allegation does NOT change the fact that yes, this was a cover-up.
Now, you want to continue to praise the people over at Veteran's Today, and of course the one you quote so often, Duff. Ironically, I am writing a television show right now, that airs weekly on national television, and although I can not go into detail of the episodes that have not aired, I was given an interesting story to write about in the show. What was it? It was a ridiculously un-sourced story about, get this, an alien invasion off the coast of California in September of this year. That U.S. Naval Forces teamed up with the Chinese Navy to fight an "aggressive alien threat". The evidence? None, a supposed leaked (but never said to be) government memo (presumably from China, also never confirmed or even sourced) saying that aliens were in fact invading, and U.S. forces were fighting them off with the help of the Chinese Navy.
Guess who wrote the article, Cole? You guessed it, Gordon Duff, and sourced to Veteran's Today. My point? I am all for a good UFO/Alien story, but when it is this off the wall, and he is writing it as absolute truth, I think it's safe to say his sources and facts are wildly misguided and false. So forgive me if I don't care to believe what Duff writes about Benghazi. He's lost all credibility in my mind.
So, that said, do you have any credible sources that you ever use? Maybe you should try TheOnion.com... that might give you some relevant debating material.
Cole, I'm actually pretty let down that in regards to Benghazi, you dismiss all evidence of an actual cover-up (the question is to what level it goes to) and take Duff's word as gospel. I don't mean this to come off as rude as it probably will, but honestly that makes me less surprised on why Obama was re-elected.