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Published: Friday, May 24 2013 5:42 p.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

A man that was supposed to have honor, service and integrity as part of his core values, he lost that with this affair and was a security risk for our nation as one of the top military and then as the ex-Director of the CIA with immediate actions in the Benghazi affair, before, during, and after. What a shamble for a man that still uses the title General with his name. He should have the broken sword ceremony as he has undone a lot of what the Generals before and after him have done.

However, it appears he at least stood for some valor in the Benghazi fiasco. What a shame that his employees in Benghazi got no respect for their lives and heroic actions toward the Ambassador from the United States of America in Libya. Again, why was the Ambassador in the weakest security location in the most terroristic city in the world on 9/11/2012? That is also a shame for this General not to have been there for his men who he signed an oath to protect?

Thanks to this Biographer who shed some light on her actions toward our country and military?

Not!

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