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Not Credible?

Feb 16, 2011 21:37

I have to ask how much credibility this assessment has after a statement like the Brotherhood is secular and whether making that gaffe influenced what was said in this statement.


Shouldn't They Know?

Submitted by Susan, Feb 16, 2011 19:46

I watched parts of this hearing and it amazes me that Feinstein can be asking these questions. Is she not an elected official who should have been doing some homework on this issue over the YEARS since 9-11? Asking the Clapper to confirm for her what she can easily find out makes her look even more foolish than he sounds.

You have been telling people for years to read the documents like the ones the Brotherhood produces and publishes and determine if what they say qualifies them as an extreme organization or an organization with extremists. You conveniently put these documents all in one place for ease of reading.

If these men and women who are our elected officials, who are sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States, are misleading us on these issues purposely, is that not insurgency? And if they are not purposely misleading us, aren't they too stupid be be heads of our national security and part of our govenment. Oh, I just see the stupidity of that last remark.

We are 9+ years since 911. When will Feinstein find time to learn for herself? Didn't the documents seized in Annandale VA in 2004 prove that the Brotherhood is Hamas? Where has Clapper been?

Fight Jihad...education...not violence. SR

Read more at: http://www.investigativeproject.org/2600/brotherhood-not-extremist-intel-leaders-say


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