Benghazi Failures: Clinton and Obama: When the betrayal is friendly

WASHINGTON, April 5, 2013 – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s “Get Ready for Hillary” pac now has longtime democrat advisor, and advisor to President Wm. Clinton, James Carville, as one of her faithful.

Earlier this week Carville sent out an email blast to announce his getting in line saying, “I’m not going to waste my time writing you about how great Hillary is or how formidable she’d be – you know it all already. But it isn’t worth squat to have the fastest car at the racetrack if there ain’t any gas in the tank — and that’s why the work that Ready for Hillary PAC is doing is absolutely critical. We need to convert the hunger that’s out there for Hillary’s candidacy into a real grassroots organization.”

Clinton has not formally announced her candidacy, maintaining a below the radar profile as she puts more time between herself and Benghazi. But is there enough time in the world to actually get the American public to forget the failure of Benghazi.  The betrayal of the men that died while the President and Secretary of State failed to react.

What difference does it make who killed four Americans at Benghazi?  Well, it makes a lot of difference. 

 


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Alan has been an architectural delineator for 25 years and is now pursuing his lifelong interest in animation.  He comments on the nonsensical antics displayed by our elected leaders by means of his clay creations he has dubbed as cartoonitures.

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