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Published: Friday, June 8 2012 2:39 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

In other words they are declaring war on the american people to make sure that they are not allowed the truth of what our government is plotting to do to this country. We have every right to any information and it is this faction of hypocrites that think they are above the law who should be on trail and removed from power.

Hiding the truth is never a good sign and always a sign of criminal behaviors and fraud in place.

We the People are the ones offended and demanding that they reveal all and respect this country and our rights. Government does not have rights or sanction to be dishonest and corrupt so this declaration of war is out of order and security breaches are sanctioned as our rights to know.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

What’s this? The White House is leaking? Add this to another in an ever growing list of Obama administration scandals. Fast and furious debacle, lavish GSA parties in Las Vegas, Solyndra scams, bailout blunders, secret service prostitution embarrassments and the scams and scandals just seem to keep on coming. The left just keeps on making excuses and telling us what a great President Obama is while we all see the opposite.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

This is nothing mroe than BO sacrificing intelligence assets to try and paint himself in a better foreign policy light to help his flagging re-election campaign.

He cares more about being re-elected than he does about our on-going security.

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