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Reason Obama hasn’t commented on killing of US general met with skepticism

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http://twitter.com/#!/michellemalkin/status/497090805895806976

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Harold Greene was killed in Kabul, Afghanistan after a man reported to be an Afghan soldier opened fire at a training facility. Many others were wounded in the attack.

President Obama has yet to mention the death of the highest ranking officer killed in combat since 1970. CNN’s Jake Tapper reported this to be the reason:

http://twitter.com/#!/jaketapper/status/497088402739978240
http://twitter.com/#!/jaketapper/status/497088518607626240

Those aware how the Obama administration operates had a tough time believing that:

http://twitter.com/#!/ArlingtonSteve/status/497088923332796416
http://twitter.com/#!/Miss_Wisconsin/status/497088763898499072
http://twitter.com/#!/bfinstock/status/497089424245948416
http://twitter.com/#!/bondscoop/status/497089108934537216
http://twitter.com/#!/Doc_0/status/497090979737124866

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/08/06/not-a-chance-reason-obama-hasnt-commented-on-killing-of-us-general-met-with-skepticism/



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