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Benghazi attack needs answers

January 25, 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 Republican....

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Jan-26-13 1:29 AM

When will George Bush, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney be called to testify about what went wrong in Iraq. And to answer where the "weapons of mass destruction" are. Good grief, go back to work on balancing the budget.

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Jan-26-13 2:10 AM

The "Journal" would never even think of asking that a REPUBLICAN be called to tell anybody anything about what they did or why they did it. Whatever they did (Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld) it was a perfectly good thing they did and who would have the audacity to think it might have been wrong. Only if you are a Democrat do they think they should get answers.

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Jan-26-13 2:44 PM

They should be investagating the war crime both Bush and Cheney comitted and did after 9/11

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Jan-26-13 2:44 PM

They should be investagating the war crime both Bush and Cheney comitted and did after 9/11

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Jan-26-13 4:19 PM

This has never happened before.

I agree with ever comment far.

In Shadow's case, I doubly agree.

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Jan-28-13 1:55 PM

Got to love it. We are into Barry's second term and they are still playing the "Bush" card.

So to make Obama & Clinton palatable in the foreign policy arena we have to lower the bar to the "Bush" standard ? Wow - can you say naive ?

How about we hold all administrations to the same standard and conclude in this case they both stink ?

Give this a try - hold your guy (whatever party they belong to) to the same standards that you do to the opposing party. It won't take long to conclude both sides don't do their jobs very well.

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Jan-28-13 9:00 PM

When you have as monumental a screwup as George W. Bush, it deserves extra appreciation time, JR. (Not even your guys want to go anywhere near him.)

Of course, the gold standard is still Richard M. Nixon. I don't mind kicking him around every once in a while, just for old times sake.

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Jan-29-13 1:29 AM

I think that Hillary held her ground very well, as we knew she would. This whole hearing was nothing more than political pandering. If it wasn't televised, it would have been over and done with in a very short time.

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Jan-29-13 12:54 PM

I would have given anything to have read Hillary's thoughts when those doofuses tried to zing her.

I loved the photos of her with her tired, bored, whimsical half-smile.

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Jan-30-13 1:34 PM

The teapublicans must have been running home with their tails between their legs. Hillary is one tough cookie. Well done!

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