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New ad hits Obama administration for misleading on Libya

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the United States must continue sending diplomats and aid workers to the Arab world's emerging democracies, despite last month's deadly attack in Libya, during a speech to the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, Friday, Oct. 12, 2012. Clinton s defense of the Obama Administration s outreach efforts comes amid criticism that the U.S. is failing to shape new Arab governments such as Libya and Egypt effectively and that U.S. security in its diplomatic installations has been inadequate.Credit: AP

The latest from American Crossroads constructs a timeline of the Obama administration's response to the terrorist attack in Benghazi and asks: If -- and that's a BIG "if" -- President Obama believed the 9/11 attack on our consulate was terrorism on 9/12, why then did he and others cover it up for two weeks?

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The new line coming from the Obama administration is that they knew it was terrorism all along.  They are literally trying to rewrite history right before our eyes -- something the Heritage Foundation has warned us about:

Rewriting history is nothing new for the Obama Administration. White House staff have been rewriting online histories of Obama’s predecessors to add him in, and it was recently discovered by Heritage researcher James Roberts that the State Department is rewriting its country reports, cutting out reams of history and previous U.S. policy and reducing the focus to the policies of the Obama Administration.

Obama and Clinton should not succeed in rewriting the history of the Benghazi terrorist attack. Four brave Americans lost their lives, and we deserve an honest accounting.

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