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    by Texan99 @ Grim's Hall: Sleep tight

    Bryan Preston of PJ Media reports that the White House had a live feed from an overhead drone as the attack on the Benghazi embassy wound down, when we still did not know the fate of our murdered ambassador. Technical difficulties involving closed eyelids prevented the President from watching. Preston wonders: "Would Obama have gone to bed during a nailbiter of a sports game?" Well, maybe so, if he had to get up early and fly out to Las Vegas for a fund-raiser.

    It's a good thing he didn't spend a couple of minutes finishing the story he was reading to some schoolchildren.

    Anyway, within a few weeks he'd wrung a full briefing out of all those uncooperative intelligence community and State Department operatives.

    Is Hillary Clinton really a wise scapegoat to fix on? I'm trying to imagine how tempted Bill Clinton is to grab a microphone and update his thoughts on how "any president" would have stacked up in the face of this crisis.

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    Are you aware we would not be having this discussion had we learned to live people alone in their native lands to manage their lives and determine their own destiny? People of no nation want to be dictated to, which is what the US and allies have been busy doing over the years in developing nations.
     
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    Nice apology.
     
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    Plain truth, not an apology.
    And the truth always sets people free.
     

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