kurt_w wrote: Meade wrote:
kurt_w wrote:I don't see anything that remotely contradicts Kevin's summary. So, from my perspective, we already have seen.
You and Kevin need to update your perspectives with the fact that the White House knew Ansar al-Sharia was claiming responsibility for the Benghazi attack within 2 hours of its start.
And... Here's Kevin's comments about the emails:Yet More Non-Scandal Over Benghazi
As I said, there's really nothing there. Republicans are trying to play this up as if there was something scandalous there, but there just isn't. Zip, nada.
Well, gosh. It turns out the "Benghazi emails!" furor was, sure enough, much ado about less than nothing
Note that Meade's remark ("the White House knew Ansar al-Sharia was claiming responsibility for the Benghazi attack within 2 hours of its start") is, er, no longer operational
As I said, the three emails released earlier this week turn out to have been quite a dud, and the hyperventilating wingnuts who seized on them now, once again, have egg on their faces.
The main conclusion we can reach here is that the conservative movement still can't be trusted to respond carefully or thoughtfully to fast-moving events on the topic of foreign policy. Putting those people back in power would be a disaster. Do we really want John Bolton
screwing up everything he touches from an office in the White House again?