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GOP Must Play Hardball In Benghazi-Gate

MoreFreedom Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 6:08 PM
Barr indicates the article is about Benghazi then spends half of it on Rice, which shows how easy it's to get distracted. Nevertheless, he's right about political hardball as few journalists will pursue it unfortunately, though it could make a career ala Woodward/Bernstein. But will Republicans play hardball? Or will they show professional courtesy to Democrats so they won't be at the end of a hardball themselves? I say only a few Republicans politicians will, but they should know they'll be hardballed themselves regardless. Unfortunately I think too many of our reps are afraid of holding government "employees" accountable because they are corrupt themselves. That's why we need honest politicians, unlike Obama.
geotay Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 9:47 PM
They should start at the top and see how far down the White House can push it - if at all. Starting at the bottom is a waste of time.

While the soap opera “All the General’s Girls” currently occupies the top spot in the Washington, DC ratings wars, the “Benghazi Chronicles,” with U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice in a starring role, continues to enjoy strong ratings – as it should.

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney played it safe during the campaign -- refusing to press the many questions surrounding the September 11th fatal attacks on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.

The campaign was the perfect forum from which to demand and obtain answers to questions about why the United States was so poorly prepared for...