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The folks at the Common Core advocacy group LearnMoreGoFurther.org have been airing commercials as of late, and they most certainly seem to give credence to the adage that the further we are from September 11th, the closer we are to September 10th.

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Apparently they've already forgotten the outrage caused during the 2012 Presidential election when the Obama Campaign chose an allegedly avante garde styled American flag that was supposedly deemed oh-so-very cutting edge.

Possibly it was a bit of poetic justice that the ObamaFlag (seen in the slideshow) just so happen to look an awful lot like the bloody hand print left on one of the walls of the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya after the al-Qaeda aligned terrorists slaughtered four State Department personnel exactly on the 2012 anniversary date of the al-Qaeda attacks on the United States that resulted in almost 3,000 dead.

But just maybe, LearnMoreGoFurther.org could be proof positive of exactly what Obama & Friends have wanted ever since he failed the ultimate 3:00 O'Clock Call test - if we all ignore the attack on our consulate long enough, eventually everyone will forget it ever happened.

To date, no one from the Obama Administration has been held accountable for the massive incompetent and negligence.

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