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The Vent: May 21 || Benghazi; Russia; drugs

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Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 5:00 am

“Hillary does not want Benghazi to make any difference because it shows her incompetence. If you think the introduction of Obamacare was a cluster under Sebelius can you imagine what it would have been like under Hillary ‘What Difference Does It Make’ Clinton?”

“Benghazi was bad, no doubt. Mistakes were made, and when that happens in such a volatile area of the world, people die. But this GOP push to keep Benghazi in the spotlight will yield no new answers, no new fall guys (or gals). What it will yield is a lot of grandstanding, posturing, partisan politics and more GOP claims of a cover up.”

“All the GOP Benghazi-philes, including politicians and their supporters, should research and question the numerous U.S. personnel deaths in Beirut, Lebanon during the Reagan administration. Were there unending investigations? No. Were there threats against a sitting president? No. Beirut is just one deadly location during Reagan’s years as president. Benghazi pales in comparison to the blood that flowed from American citizens in the Middle East in the ’80s.”

“The Soviet national newspaper had the misnomer ‘PRAVDA,’ which means ‘TRUTH’. They do have one advantage over American news agencies. At least you could find the truth somewhere in the paper in Russia, even if it was only in the name.”

“One-hundred years ago the term drug-related crime didn’t exist. That’s because 100 years ago no drugs were illegal. Back then Coca-Cola contained cocaine instead of caffeine and sold for five cents a bottle and pure pharmaceutical grade Bayer heroin sold for about the same price as Bayer aspirin.”

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