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Get to the bottom of Benghazi attack

January 27, 2013

During the weeks before the November presidential election, questions about the Sept. 11 attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans came primarily from Republicans....

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MadAsHeck

Jan-28-13 12:42 PM

So typical, both "sides" never want to talk about the issue at hand (when it's their "side" under the spot light)... they always want to play the "but your guy did such and such card". Is it any wonder why our system/government is so broken, when the citizens themselves are unwilling to be honest with themselves?

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WhatsNext

Jan-28-13 12:13 PM

Maybe the libs think that when Odumma's buddies from the Muslim Brotherhood "invade" America, that they will see the morons who supported Odumma and give them a "free pass". Good luck with that.

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mythravere

Jan-28-13 12:44 AM

Probably the same place as Saddam. US!

More than likely the Russian hooked them up.

WMD's wasn't even the reason Iraq was invaded nor was Saddam.

It was a strategic play for oil.

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denver

Jan-27-13 6:33 PM

I used to have a decent level of respect for John McCain, but not anymore! Not after the way he was with Benghazi and not saying anything about President Bush and the republicans doing nothing to save the thousands of Americans that died on 9-11. Even after they were warned something was going to happen

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denver

Jan-27-13 1:50 PM

Well said "Suttle"

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Suttle

Jan-27-13 1:29 PM

This editorial is nothing more than Republican poppycock. Four of our fellow Americans died in Benghazi, but that did not matter to the Republican Senators who were more concerned about scoring political points than trying to find out what went wrong with the security at Benghazi. Their behavior towards Secretary of State Clinton was disgusting. The bottom line is there is more than enough blame for everyone from the Republicans who are withholding requested funding from the State Department (for additional security) to the State Department for not responding or recognizing a critical situation. This editiorial only continues the Republican's disservice to those who died in Benghazi.

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mythravere

Jan-27-13 12:31 PM

The only reason I said that is because its a fine way to point out rightwing hypocrisy.

To sum up the right I'll put it this way.

If someone else does it then its wrong if they do it no harm no foul!

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denver

Jan-27-13 10:39 AM

All this is Article is, is just more propaganda from the republicans.The republicans are on a witch hunt like they were in the 90ths, just throwing up stiff and hope something sticks

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denver

Jan-27-13 10:29 AM

I'm still waiting on the the full report ,plus testimony on the missing WMD in Iraq, that cost 4900 lives. And There is a difference when somebody lies and it casts 4900 live and what happened in Benghazi you know

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nonesuch

Jan-27-13 10:05 AM

Oh, of course, you're a Truther. All I gotta say is if you think Bush was bad, which he was, just get ready for the next four years. You people who think you have some kind of Bill Clinton guy in there are vastly mistaken. Actually, we probably deserve it. You were allowed to make that mistake the first time, but not twice. Good Luck!

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denver

Jan-27-13 9:56 AM

Hey "nonesuch" is it a "Disgrace" that President Bush and the republicans did nothing to save the thousands of Americans that died on 9-11 2001?

And that happened right here in America!

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nonesuch

Jan-27-13 9:43 AM

There's been more casualties and lack of direction in Afghanistan since Obama took the reigns, but again, the lamestream doesn't want to talk about that.

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denver

Jan-27-13 9:40 AM

And Wasn't President Bush and the republicans warned about 9-11 that killed thousands of Americans?

What did they do to prevent that?

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denver

Jan-27-13 9:29 AM

There's been a full report ,plus testimony on Benghazi! What more do you republicans went??

Lets hear the full report ,plus testimony on the missing WMD in Iraq, that cost 4900 lives.

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nonesuch

Jan-27-13 9:18 AM

Myth, there was plenty of disgust over Iraq but we tend to forget since the OWS war protesters instantly vanished the second Obama was elected.

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nonesuch

Jan-27-13 9:15 AM

Let's not forget Benghazi happened on September the 11th and the outrageous spin that was used. Disgrace doesn't begin to describe it.

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nonesuch

Jan-27-13 9:12 AM

Simple, they had months to pack it all up and send over to Assad in Syria. Not a big mystery.

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denver

Jan-27-13 7:16 AM

I wonder if the the republicans will ever get to the bottom of the missing WMD in Iraq, that cost 4900 lives?

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mythravere

Jan-27-13 7:13 AM

Funny how not one Republican requested any hearings on Bush's regimes lies about Iraq!

How many did THEY get killed over there? And where's the rights shock and disgust over that?

All this Benghazi stuff is nothing more than contentious game playing.

The rightwing needs to grow up.

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