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House Speaker John Boehner has now demanded that officials turn over emails pertaining to the controversial "talking points" on the September 11, 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. Other top Republican has appealed for more whistle-blowers to come forward. Former Vice President Dick Cheney also told lawmakers: "I think Hillary (Clinton) should be subpoenaed if necessary."   Continue Reading

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  1. TrueAmerican56
    1 year ago

    Mistakes happen, Benghazi was mistake from the ambassador on up, all the way to congress and spending.

    During the Bush administration, there were 54 attacks on diplomatic targets, that killed 13 Americans, yet garnered only 3 hearings on embassy security, and zero outrage from Republicans.

    Benghazi has had 9 hearings, no smoking gun, and yet it continues to go on trying desperately to find one.

    I thought Republicans were all about saving money, how many millions of dollars, wasted time and effort and everything else will they waste money on this thing?

    One thing I'm sure of, 100% positive of, Benghazi happened, and many of the mistakes have been fixed, but it CAN happen again, in fact it just did in Boston, nothing, I repeat NOTHING can totally prevent it from happening again, all that can be done is making it just a little bit harder to do..


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