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Lessons of the Battle of Benghazi

Esther28 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 2:00 PM
What a joke that Petraeus steps down because of his affair--with all the affairs, voter fraud, gays,drugs/guns(Fast and Furious) money laundering a simple affair is not the reason he steps down--lets hear the real reason of the blundered Benghazi murder--could it be that Oblamer wanted Chris Stevens dead because they had an affair? Why else would you want one person to be removed--why else would you tell those brave men to stand down. What did Chris Stevens want to tell us? Just asking.
michigander4 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 3:01 PM
RE: "What did Chris Stevens want to tell us?"

"The enemy is at the gates; please send us some help!"

Now that the election is behind us, perhaps we can put politics aside and acknowledge a hard fact: On September 11, 2012, America was defeated by al-Qaeda in the Battle of Benghazi.

About this battle many questions remain. The media and Congress have a responsibility to get answers — not only because we should know the truth, not only to assign blame, but, more important, to learn from failure. At the least, we should try to understand what lessons our enemies have learned — because they will apply those lessons in the future.

It is possible to lose many battles and...