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Sign the Stand By The Mission Petition!

Okay, people. The Code Pinkos got their turn. Now, it’s your turn to be heard. This is the petition of the Victory Caucus. Make your voice count:

Hey, did you know that MoveOn.org might have gotten a huge advertising rate discount for its despicable smear ad?

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Stand by for liveblogging of Brit Hume’s exclusive interview with Gen. Petraeus and Ambassador Crocker.

Update 9:51pm Eastern. Hume brings up the MoveOn.org ad. What role did the WH/Pentagon play in your testimony? Petraeus: “I gave my assessment and recommendations to my chain of command, but the testimony was mine. I wrote it. I did not clear it or provide a copy to anyone.” Crocker says the same.

Here we go…

9pm Eastern. Hume invites Gen. Petraeus to give a synopsis of his testimony. Isn’t it good to see the grown-ups talking without interruption? Gen. Petraeus is reviewing the slides from his House testimony.

Allah’s analysis and unresolved questions here.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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