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Almost three months after the September 11 attacks in Benghazi the government investigation continues, yet we have not been told anything. The Obama administration is stonewalling. Susan Rice was fully briefed by the White House before giving false information on those five Sunday morning talk shows. The administration will not tell the American people what happened the night four Americans died. Put them under oath.
If the president were a Republican, you can be assured that the left-leaning lame-stream media would have numerous reporters doing special investigations on Rice and what she did know and what she didn't know.
Obama's administration sent her to the Sunday talk shows with incorrect information in order to obfuscate reality. Now he says she's extraordinary? What's so extraordinary about parroting a prevarication?
McCain is terrified of becoming irrelevant and in his obsessive pursuit of a non-scandal, he's doing just that. It's sad to witness this old man making a fool out of himself by trying to turn a tragic, single incident into his only way to form a new committee. This, along with the GOP's desire to have Kerry vacate his senate seat, is only about his expiring committee appointment due to term limits. He's vying to form a special new committee simply to investigate this single incident - never mind that there are four other separate investigations going on. As to Rice, this Rhodes scholar does indeed have a stellar background and is exceptionally experienced in foreign relations. Delivering the initial, CIA-formulated story on Benghazi has absolutely nothing to do with her qualifications for SOS. As to "if the president was Republican.....", I don't recall relentless investigations and scape-goating occurring when the other Rice lied about WMDs which lead to two wars and thousands of deaths. It's the GOP witch-hunting mentality we see every time there's a Dem president. Makes me sick it's so obvious.
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