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Don't Get Carried Away About Clinton

gracepmc Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 2:03 PM
I share Michael Rubin's assessment of Clinton, and then some. And I would further add that she should have resigned on 9/11/2012 following the murder of 4 Americans on her watch. That she continues to flit around the world in an official capacity, serving no useful purpose, and avoiding any meaningful investigation of her role in the Benghazi tragedy is a disgrace. The Clintons may be appreciated by some for their political cunning, but together they cannot form a single moral fiber.
upwithRomney Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 4:38 PM
Here is our problem. We are always pursuing conspiracy theories. Benghazi was unfortunate and we should learn lessons from it but it wasnt what we want it to mean. If we stopped thinking that our opponent is the devil and started actually developing sound, intelligent, and sucessful policies, we would be better off.
Batjack21 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 6:07 PM
Yay, good luck with that! The Right loves to follow Faux news off the deep end without ever thinking about what the sheep leader is actually saying!
Whatadifference Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 9:39 PM
I saw the caskets of the four americans when they arrivied and I watched the service. I saw our Sec. of State and our "President" insist that it was a video. Which we know it was not. I hardly think that is Faux news. Tell that to the families of the murdered. Cruel.
gracepmc Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 11:12 PM
"unfortunate". How sad for you that you can say this. Conspiracy theories? No mention of conspiracy theories . A simple investigation of competency and decision making would be a start. "what we want it to mean"? who "we" and "mean" what?

Here we go again, it's "American Idol: Presidential Edition." And we can't even resist waiting until 2012 is over.

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