Sep
20
2013

Darrell Issa’s going to Libya to do some investigating. #benghazi

Can’t say that I blame him: the executive branch has thoroughly fornicated the canine on this one.

Darrell Issa is scheduled to travel to Libya next week as part of his investigation into the attack last year on the Benghazi consulate, according to documents obtained by POLITICO.

The California Republican, who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, did not invite Democratic counterparts on the trip, which has been in the works for over a week and begins on Sunday with stops in Italy and Egypt.

Having seen the Democrats that got assigned Oversight… can’t say that I blame Issa for that, either. The only way any of them would discover a clue to what happened in Benghazi would be if one of the Democrats tried to obscure an incriminating footprint, over-balanced, and fell through a false wall and right into al-Qaeda’s hidden lair.  That’s not quite likely enough to be a reliable strategy, though.

Alas.

Moe Lane

5 Comments

  • BigGator5 says:

    Alternate Headline: Darrell Issa goes to Libya and says: “I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass. And I am all out of gum.”

  • midwestconservative says:

    Darrell Issa should never change.

  • qixlqatl says:

    Congressman Issa, a word of advice: hire your own security, and pay for the best.

  • lineholder says:

    I don’t want to get into conspiracy theory here, but I’ve wondered if Stevens went back into Benghazi because he found out that something was going down and the Americans stationed there were going to get any security cover. Or maybe it was to get to documents being stored there before our enemies could get access to them. Sort of a “Clear and Present Danger” type of scenario.

    If that’s true, then it would definitely explain why the WH wants so badly to prevent the public from finding out the truth of it.

    If that’s true, then Issa definitely needs to watch his back.

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