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Hillary Clinton's Legacy

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 5:47 PM
I was thinking the same thing, however, it's good to have a laundry list of "should haves" to help define the weaknesses in the questioning that did take place. I'm at a loss as to why suddenly so many Republicans have gone soft and weak-spined when it comes to challenging any Democrat's policy, action or position. There's something very wrong in Washington D.C. that goes beyond a socialist/Marxist presidency. The only people I trust right now to uphold the Constitution and its principles are the Tea Party members who came on board in Congress. The rest are too pliable; too willing to compromise or roll over and play dead.

This week, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will be making her swan song appearance on Capitol Hill, providing at last to Senate and House panels her testimony about the Benghazigate scandal. Under the circumstances, legislators may feel pressured to be deferential and to keep their questions more limited in scope and superficial rather than probing. For the good of the country, it is imperative that they resist going soft.

After all, the hearings Wednesday before the two chambers' committees responsible for foreign policy oversight afford the final opportunity to examine with the sitting secretary of state her legacy with regard...