January 4, 2013

Obama Still Owes Answers on Benghazi

Lieberman & Collins, Washington Times

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While our country spent Sept. 11, 2012, remembering the terrorist attacks that took place 11 years earlier here at home, brave Americans posted at U.S. government facilities in Benghazi, Libya, were fighting for their lives against a terrorist assault. When the fight ended, four patriotic Americans, including our ambassador, were dead. While we mourn their deaths, it is also crucial that we examine the circumstances of the attack in Benghazi.

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TAGGED: Benghazi, Libya, State Department, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, United States, Joe Lieberman, Susan Collins

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