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Subject: Portable cooktop that gives you precise temp control
Date: Thu Feb 06 01:50:46 MST 2014

Portable cooktop that gives you precise temp control

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illed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.Click for more images of the individuals sought by the FBI.While the investigation continues, the debate over Benghazi once again is heating up in Washington as insiders apparently are seeking permission to speak to Congress.An attorney for one of the employees recently claimed to Fox News that her client and others have been threatened by administration officials.But the White House denied Wednesday that any whistle-blowers were being blocked from testifying. Press Secretary Jay Carney addressed the claims a day after President Obama, during a lengthy press conference, said he was unaware of the claims and would look into them."Benghazi happened a long time ago," Carney said. "We are unaware of any agencies blocking an employee who would like to appear before Congress to provide information related to Benghazi."Carney said a prior review board "heard from everyone and invited everyone." He said the latest allegations "are part of an unfortunate pattern of spreading misinformation and politicizing the issue."At the same time, officials with the State Department and Defense Department both wrote back to House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., this week claiming they were "unaware" of any request for a security clearance for an employee's attorney. The request for a security clearance would be a necessary step for any potential whistle-blo n immigrants.And most Americans will agree. Theres little appetite in either party for mass deportations of long-term Hispanic illegal immigrants. Whatever critics of the immigration plan offer in the Senate have to say, even most of the staunchest opponents have given up on the idea of a coast-to-coast crackdown.But when the discussion turns to those illegal immigrants who are not part of the Hispanic majority or even the substantial Asian minority, things get more difficult especially when those illegal immigrants are from Muslim countries, especially those with ties to Islamist militancy.It pleases the Emma Lazarus within the collective American heart to offer refuge to the huddled masses yearning to be free, especially when we think of those desperate to escape from the horrors of places like Somalia, Yemen, Syria and, yes, Chechnya and Kazakhstan.But when the troubles and terrorism of those countries follow the refugees, many would be happy to see the Statue of Liberty narrow her embrace just a bit.And thats when the bargain on offer in the Senate loses some of its appeal.Whatever specifics are on offer in the 800+ pages of the Senate deal, the bargain at the heart of the proposition is this: In exchange for conservatives agreeing to allow most of the millions here illegally to attain legal status of some kind, liberals are offering to increase protections against new border jumpers and to crack down on those already here who re