Letters to the editor, March 31

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Puppet defensive

Larry Beck [DRC, March 6] wrote a letter urging Americans to just get over the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in Libya that resulted in the deaths of four Americans.

He stated that further inquiring into this situation is just “beating a dead horse.”

“[In the] Months leading up to the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack, there were two bombings (in April and May) on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and increasing threats and attacks” — The Daily Beast

But Hillary and Barack ignored pleas for assistance, which resulted in the death of Americans.

Then they watched a live satellite feed, for eight hours, of our citizens trying to defend their lives but ultimately were murdered.

In hopes of misleading the American people, Obama’s White House, with the help of ol’ Hillary, blamed an online video. This is why no one trusts this government of opportunists.

But I guess for those who live for nothing more but to push their socialist agenda, any further investigations into American deaths in Benghazi would be a distracting road bump.

But most people value life and wonder why these Islamic terrorists (the leader being a former Gitmo detainee and al-Qaida member) are still alive.

Is it really surprising that the international scene is degenerating in front of our eyes, since we have a socialist joke in charge of the free world?

No matter how far down Barack Hussein Obama’s anti-American agenda takes us, there will always be some pitiful puppets who will defend this corrupt monarchy.

Eric Mach,

Denton


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