October 21, 2012

Why Benghazi Matters

David Frum, National Post

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Barack Obama got super lucky in the second presidential debate last week. Mitt Romney made a rare mistake, and the president took brutal advantage. Clever advantage too, for the governor’s mistake enabled the president to side-step what otherwise would have been a discussion that is deadly dangerous to him.

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

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