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October 29, 2012
Caddell on 'October Surprises'
Great article at Breitbart by former Democratic pollster Pat Caddell on October Surprises past and present. Interestingly, Caddell hits upon a possible October surprise for 2012: A military strike against terrorists in Libya: To its eternal moral discredit, the MSM are still refusing to connect the dots on the Libya story. Whereas during Watergate or Iran-Contra, the MSM were eager to dig deep, as well as make speculative leaps as to administration culpability, in Benghazi-gate there is no similar interest; the big-gun investigative reporters--Bob Woodward, Seymour Hersh, Brian Ross--all seem to be sitting on the sidelines. Fortunately, thanks to other reporters, more interested in pursuing the story, as opposed to protecting the president, we now know, for example, that the doomed Americans on September 11 were fully aware that they were fighting organized terrorists and yet they got no help. And we further know--thanks to a six-weeks-too-late airing of...(Read Full Post)