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Notorious Anti-Islam YouTube Video Not Mentioned in Clinton Testimony

LearningCommunity Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 11:22 AM
Notorious Anti-Islam YouTube Video Not Mentioned in Clinton Testimony This is a good example of information. The community can watch the video and prove that above statement true or not. There is no middle ground here. She either did or did not mention it. That is a fact. However a conclusion is what we deduce from that fact.
DSMike Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 11:33 AM
So was anyone disturbed by the mention that the Marines stationed at embassies are not there to protect the personnel, only the documents? So people and what they know are less important than the classified documents stored there? Have we as a nation deteriorated to the point that things are more important than the lives of American servants?

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:


U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens sent multiple requests for more security to the State Department throughout 2012 and cited al Qaeda threats as a reason why it was needed. The extra security was never...