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posted: 5/16/2013 4:40 AM

Benghazi will just impede Clinton's run

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For anyone old enough to remember Watergate, Benghazigate affirms that history repeats itself. The Obama administration's stonewalling of the American public confirms that "insanity is continuing the same mistakes assuming that the results will change." Jay Carney's proliferation of nervous words in response to angered reporters only adds to the suspicion.

I credit congressman Lindsey Graham for keeping the heat on. He's the only one who's been sane through this whole thing. Current White House rhetoric claiming Republican politicization of this issue will soon run out. The president and the wannabe-president former secretary of state will soon be isolated as originators of the misleading narrative. Soon the dominoes will begin to fall in sequence as others are brought into public light with what they knew and when they knew it.

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But the acid test that Benghazi hasn't been forgotten is that CNN actually ran this story in an apparent decision to interrupt its usual broadcasting with journalism, by actually reporting the news, imagine that! Don't look for all this to impede Hillary's run for the highest office in the land. She will be our next president. However, as Benghazi pans out, she will have apologized, distanced herself from Obama and messenger Jay Carney will have been sacrificed by the administration for telling lies to the American people -- lies and spin he learned in the Oval Office.

Paul O. Bischoff

Wheaton

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