Tuesday letters: Someone must pay for Benghazi

May 28, 2013 

The Democrats must think the American people are naive.

During the hearing on the attack on our embassy in Benghazi, they challenged the three whistle-blowers’ facts, even though they were directly involved during the attack.

It’s been typical of the Democrats since Barack Obama became president to try and rewrite the truth to misinform the public.

They lie with force so anyone questioning them will back down, as when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton bellowed, “what difference does any of this make now?” She went on the offensive to deny a real answer of her culpability, which brings me back to the hearing.

The pathetic attempts by the Democrats to skewer the truth backfired. Gregory Hicks, Mark Thompson and Eric Nordstrom didn’t back down. Their non-partisan dedication and loyalty to their jobs was impeccably.

As a combat Marine veteran, I believe the most despicable act committed by Secretary Clinton and the Democrats was nonfeasance of office; they failed to do anything. The public should demand that charges of malfeasance be brought against Clinton and all who lied to cover up their incompetence that got our ambassador and his men killed.

Gregory J. Topliff


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