October 14, 2012

Who's 'Politicizing' Benghazi?

Mark Steyn, National Review

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It was Obama who chose to blame a national humiliation on an obscure YouTube video.

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TAGGED: 2012, Barack Obama, Chris Stevens, Libya, Benghazi

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