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Notorious Anti-Islam YouTube Video Not Mentioned in Clinton Testimony

LearningCommunity Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 9:02 AM
The collective wants a dominate design, just as Microsoft is a dominate design, and Blu-ray is a dominate design. Stability is where we get operational efficiencies. But we also want innovation. And innovation happens a lot more in a collective because of absorptive capacity. They key is look at these hearings as information that could change your mind. You want these events to create actionable information, This blog is an example of another channel of information provided by the collective.

UPDATE: During Clinton's testimony in front of the House Armed Services Committee Wednesday afternoon, Reps. Dana Rohrabacher, Matt Salmon and Mo Brooks mentioned the anti-Islam film originally blamed for the attack. Clinton danced around the subject by saying the investigation into what happened in Benghazi is ongoing. The best exchange was between Clinton and Brooks:

 

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