It looks like the American people think that Congressional Republicans were right to be suspicious about the circumstances surrounding Benghazi or the Internal Revenue Service controversies.
Majority of Americans believe Congressional Republicans reacting appropriately to IRS, Benghazi scandals
Senior Obama Advisor Dan Pfeiffer: President’s location on night of Benghazi attack is “a largely irrelevant fact”
Does it matter where President Obama was during the night of the Benghazi attack? Not according to Dan Pfeiffer, Senior Advisor to the President for Strategy and Communications.
Turns out that the underground smuggling tunnels connecting the Gaza Strip to Egypt have been used to transport more than weapons lately.
Even with the media mocking his every impression, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is having a pretty good week – considering he’s completely unconvinced that the Obama Administration is in some part responsible for the three scandals that have engulfed Washington, D.C. over the past few weeks.
For the second time this week, President Obama had a joint press conference with a European leader overshadowed by his administration’s scandals.
Two recent events—the Benghazi coverup and the IRS scandal—provide an object lesson in how liberals and conservatives view “politicization.” Conservatives’ definition of politicization is: liberals treating them unfairly for partisan reasons. Liberals’ definition of politicization is: conservatives pointing out something they did wrong.
President Obama accused Congressional Republicans of turning the Benghazi talking points scandal into a “political circus” Monday.
The latest round of Congressional hearings on the terrorist attack in Benghazi are a “partisan witch hunt” by Republicans that serve no real purpose and are solely meant to make the Obama administration look bad. That was the gist of a “Saturday Night Live” skit this weekend that attempted to humiliate House Oversight and Government Reform Chair Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), as well as undermine the importance of the Benghazi whistleblowers’ testimonies last week.