Pat Buchanan asks: Has anyone considered that the answer might be Ban Ki-moon? Maybe not Ban personally, but certainly the UNs propaganda machinery. After all she is US Ambassador to the United Nations. As a matter of course, I always assume the United Nations is behind every foul deed that harms the US. In the case of Susan Rices whirlwind tour of 5 TV shows my suspicions have staying power because of something Charles Krauthammer said: Laying the blame on the United Nations begs the question: Why would Ban authorize it? My first thought is that the UN wanted the basement-made video that nobody saw to get the blame in order to bury the fact that the attack was a preplanned, coordinated, military strike. For the American people to hear the truth flies in the face of everything the UN and the Administration want Americans to believe; i.e., there is no war. Hell, Hussein & Company used to deny the existence of terrorists. Even now they use the word terrorist grudgingly. Serendipitously, blaming the attack on an unseen video lets those UN member states funding the war off the hook. If Im correct about the UNs involvement there is good chance Ban and Rice did not clear her talk show tour with the White House. Lets face it, the United Nations does not have to clear anything with Washington; less so with a UN-loving president like Hussein irrespective of what he says about Rice in this video: Hussein putting himself in front a firing squad is ludicrous. Rice did not hit the talk shows until September 16th. That means it took 5 days for the White House to come up with the stupidest piece of damage control since Clinton said: If Hussein is lying about sending Rice out there, Id sure like to hear the choices that were rejected. At least Clinton thanked everybody for listening to the lies. Hussein should be so thoughtful. The odd thing is that Clinton threw Monica under the bus, while Hussein, the scourge of buses everywhere, is defending that woman, Susan Rice. The only thing that explains his sudden burst of chivalry is that it deflects attention away from the UNs hand in the coverup. Even denying Rice the secretary of state job does not harm the United Nations which got her in trouble in the first place if you ask me.