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Republican 'Benghazi' Obsession

House Democrats have been tracking the progress of the "Attack Hillary Clinton Benghazi Select Committee, day-by-day, dollar-by-dollar. As of this week, we're closing in on $4.6 million spent by the party of fiscal responsibility to discover that Hillary Clinton did something that may or may not have had anything to do with Benghazi. That's taken more than 500 days. ... http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/10/01/1426385/-Republican-Benghazi-obsession-by-the-numbers

NH Gov Endorses Hillary!

DURHAM, N.H. — Hillary picks up another key endorsement as she continues her campaign swing through New Hampshire Friday. Gov. Maggie Hassan endorsed her at an event at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. The event focused on the rising cost of college tuition. ...


Truth Revealed About False Poll

I wonder if this will ever get any press? The media keeps asking Hillary about the Quinnipiac Poll and it's so unfair!

Democratic Support for Hillary


Ranking member, Adam B. Schiff, of the Select Committee on Benghazi says to shut it down now!

"Whatever their original purpose, the Select Committee’s leaders appear no longer to have any interest in Benghazi, except as the tragic events of that day may be used as a cudgel against the likely Democratic nominee for president.

The committee is solely concerned with damaging her candidacy, searching for something, anything, that can be insinuated against her. With all of the committee’s obsessive focus on Mrs. Clinton, you would think that she was a witness to the killings, instead of half a world away.

Some of my colleagues think this is just good politics. And already, other ambitious committee leaders are hoping to get in on the act with their own inquiries and attacks on Mrs. Clinton. This is a terrible mistake, and it would be no less offensive if it were a Democratic majority going after a Republican candidate. Do we really want to see future select committees ginned up to attack other likely presidential nominees?

A committee that cannot tell the American people what it is looking for after 16 months should be shut down. Otherwise, Benghazi will come to be remembered not for the tragedy that claimed four American lives, but for the terrible abuse of process that now bears its name. ..."

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