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posted: 8/17/2013 5:00 AM

Too much jumping to conclusions

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Every day in this newspaper I read about the scandals that the president has been involved in. I have read that he has called them phony scandals (not true). They are: Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS and the NSA surveillance.

The president has supported inquiries into what happened.

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Do you think Darrell Issa or the sharks in the Republican party would let them fade away if the president were guilty of wrongdoing? Don't tell me how four people were killed in Bengazi. That is a tragedy but does not prove the president did something wrong.

I wish there was fact checking for this editorial section. Too many opinions are not based on fact. It is what's wrong in the good old USA.

Tom Joyce

Palatine

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