May 5, 2014

Don't Tune Out Newest Benghazi Developments

John Kass, Chicago Tribune

The Associated Press

By not releasing the Rhodes emails fully to Congress, the Obama White House clearly showed its contempt for the House. And depending on your politics, you might agree with the strategy. It got Obama through his roughest debates and helped confuse the issue enough that he was re-elected. But if we allow our nation's leaders to let politics obscure how our government works, we are making a fatal mistake. That's how fools lose the Republic.

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TAGGED: United States, Barack Obama, Libya, Benghazi

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