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A Popular Secretary of State, Not a Great One

Zdravko Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 7:13 AM
Hillary Clinton gave her “testimony” on the Benghazi murder cover-up. It was on a par with her grand jury testimony in connection with “the lost paperwork” showing her criminal acts while in a Little Rock law office. She then declared 145 times “I don’t recall” and “I don’t remember” in the course of that 2-hour “testimony” – that’s more than once every minute. When some mildly disapproving Republicans asked her why the administration found it necessary to lie about that Benghazi affair for several weeks she answered: “Why does it matter now?” Well – of all those limp-fisted RINO’s there was not a single one with courage to say: “It matters because you, Madam Secretary, lied to the American people while knowing full well the truth”!

HILLARY CLINTON STEPPED DOWN after four years as secretary of state amid swathes of flattery excessive even by Washington's sycophantic standards.

"I think that when we look at the outstanding secretaries of state in our history of our country you will be right up there at the very, very top," Representative Eliot Engel, a New York Democrat, fawned during a congressional hearing last month. "You have just been indispensible."

Clinton had been summoned to answer questions about the Benghazi consulate debacle, an egregious security breakdown on her watch that had resulted in the murder of four US diplomatic personnel....