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Published: Thursday, Jan. 3 2013 12:00 a.m. MST

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Furry1993
Ogden, UT

Well said.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Ridiculous letter! Poor little Hillary, a few people ask her to testify about her Benghazi cover-ups and suddenly they are attacking her! She has a long history of failing to come clean; her cattlegate insider trading, her White Water scams, her missing White House documents, and she NEVER came clean on any of it and her liberal supporters, including the news media protect her! What a farce justice has become in America, depending on which political party you belong to of course.

JoeBlow
Far East USA, SC

" a few people ask her to testify about her Benghazi cover-ups and suddenly they are attacking her!"

Let me help you out.

A few people question her integrity by claiming that the made up an illness in order to postpone her testimony before congress.

At least be honest about it.

Can you say "strawman"?

JoeCapitalist2
Orem, UT

If the story of her illness and bloodclot are true, Hillary could prove all the skeptics wrong in a second by releasing a sworn statement by her doctors vouching for the validity of her claims, or by allowing an independent physician to examine the evidence and report on it.

We will never see such a thing, instead we will just get talking points from her 2016 election supporters. Just like all the other scandals involving the Obama administration, this whole thing will be swept under the rug. The left-wing media never seems to want to get to the bottom of a scandal these days unless a Republican is involved.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Another day,
Another Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory.

Birthers,
Global Warming,
Gun confisgations,
Voter fraud [and Mitt Romney REALLY won the election],
FEMA camps,
Flouride in the water,
Benghazi Blood-clots,

No wonder Sean Hannity's rates have plummeted over 62% since last November.

Tin-foil hat anyone?

Ultra Bob
Cottonwood Heights, UT

The truth is that “Benghazi” happens every day somewhere in the world. The unfortunate truth is that “Benghazi” happens every day in the United States of America.

I am defining Benghazi to be the untimely death of Americans followed by the hide and seek games of politicians to make political fodder of the event or in some cases to hide, protect and even excuse the culprits.

In the city of Benghazi, four Americans were killed by some people who don’t like Americans or who were paid to kill the Americans by someone. Not having any family relationship with any of these I do not attach any more concern over their deaths than those of soldiers in Afghanistan whether by enemies or friendly fire.

Several time that number of innocent Americans were killed by the tainted medicine. Yet I hear nothing about finding and punishing the culprits. The same applies to Peanut butter, eggs, spinach, and the daily deaths due to industrial and commercial pollution.

Could the difference in the handling by the Fox Republican group be due to the business interest mission of the four, rather than the fact they were Americans?

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Maybe we need trump to pony up a reward for evidence. It was stupid last time he did it; surely it would be a good idea now?

Eric Samuelsen
Provo, UT

A sixty-five year old woman is hospitalized with a serious health problem, and even THAT becomes grist for the right-wing conspiracy theory generator. I certainly hope that she doesn't feel compelled to release her medical records. Best way to treat a mosquito is to brush it aside.

Screwdriver
Casa Grande, AZ

911, building 7.

Why don't conservatives sink their teeth into that for a while?

Still trying to pretend Bush never existed?

H. Bob
Salt Lake City, UT

"Conspiracy theories come about when you take God out of the picture and then ask, 'Who's in charge?'"--Karl Popper

Funny that it's mostly the conservatives who've taken God out of the picture. Not "funny ha-ha," but funny nonetheless.

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