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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 13 2012 6:32 a.m. MST

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DEW
Sandy, UT

I didn't read this article which was non of my buisness. I wonder how many readers going to read this and so far over two and half hours no comments has been brought in. Too bad those medias chose to be nosy about the General life style. What a pity day to deal with media filth to bring this up.

BigRich
Orem, UT

DEW: You should have read the article and researched more regarding this. It would be naive to assume this is just an invasion of someone's privacy. Study up and see what the ramifications are for national security, for the way the FBI, CIA, and Secretary of Defense have been communicating while excluding others who should have been in the loop, and how all of this may have contributed to the loss of the lives of the American ambassador to Libya and three others. How did items of national security end up on his mistress' computer? The sex scandal is only the top of the iceberg.

Red
Salt Lake City, UT

Dew,

It is supposed to be a distraction from Benghazi.

The media circus is supposed to make us forget about the cover up. It's their job.

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