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With All of Our Deployments, We Couldn't Get to Benghazi in Time?

Black and White Brian Wrote: May 10, 2013 3:05 PM
Perhaps the most obscene aspect of the entire Benghazi series of atrocities was Leon Edward Panetta's lie that nothing could get there in time? What time? Who in Hell knew what would happen, let alone how long it would take. God save us all from the manifestation of evil presently pretending to our "presidency" and its every-bit-as-dangerously-dullard "administrative" help.

Well, it’s happened again.  Regarding those fateful hours in Benghazi, I just listened to the testimony of Gregory Hicks, the former deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Libya.        

I’ve read the responses from the Pentagon officials and also revisited Hillary Clinton’s testimony, including her infamous statement, “What difference does it make (they’re dead anyway.)” 

This ill-advised declaration from Hillary will eventually gain the same legendary status as another notorious quote from the Clinton family, “It depends upon what the definition of ‘is’ is.” 

Yet, I’m still confused as ever after having regurgitated the classic...