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Benghazi Denial Syndrome: Clinical or Cynical

DaleHogue Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 12:50 PM
As a very young youngster I read a book that told a story about a "Mad Wizard" or a "Good Wizard"who melted the brains of those people who lied to other people about anything and everything possible. I was impressed, to say the least. I became very careful from that point in my life to this very day to be as truthful as it was humanly possible. Of course I couldn't ever run for a political office - especially if I was a member of the Democratic Party. If you are aware of what politicians tell you, you'll understand what type of problem their profession creates for them. Democrats could never be elected to any office at any level if they had to tell the truth. However, Congress IS populated by melted brained people. Wizard's actions?

To a large group of Americans, the Benghazi story looks simple. Only the fog of politics and the media’s protection of the president obscure an ugly narrative.  This article is long because the extent of denial, dissembling, and delusion is hard to describe briefly.

It’s possible, though unlikely, there are reasonable explanations for the administration’s policies leading to September 11, for the command decisions made that night, and for the government’s still-shifting stories since about all that happened.

It’s not possible there’s an honorable explanation for the national media’s dismissive refusal to press...