Greene and Clinton
Richard Greene’s Sunday commentary about Hillary Clinton (“President Hillary? Not if Republicans are smart enough”) was insightful.
She was going to run for president and couldn’t afford to let us know that she had ignored hundreds of requests for additional security in Benghazi.
The president also had his legacy to protect. He told us that al Qaeda and terrorism were greatly diminished.
They both needed to lay the blame on someone else while their sycophants could spin their misjudgments. Susan Rice was their accomplice, leading to many days of avoiding the truth.
North Richland Hills
Greene labeled Clinton a serial liar because, I suppose, he doesn’t like what she has to say.
And if she wins the presidency, we will witness a “Clinton cabal” of liberals and media taking us to a “dark destination of freedoms forever lost”?
What cabal was Greene writing about? What freedoms are being lost?
John R. Morris, Fort Worth
Greene really nailed it. How could the urgent requests for additional security not have been passed up the line to the secretary of state?
Why was no one disciplined?
Could it be her security personnel were following orders?
Why was she operating a personal server?
Was she trying to do an end run around the Freedom of Information Act?
Greene and Charles Krauthammer are quite correct: Her fans don’t seem to care.
I attend a Unity church with a large percentage of liberals.
They don’t watch Fox News as a matter of faith.
And they’ve closed their ears to the facts that are finally coming out now that the State Department has been forced by court order to release her emails (those that haven’t been deleted).
There is still a lot to find out about Benghazi. I hope the FBI was paying attention to her testimony and will be able to recover some of those deleted emails.
North Richland Hills
Greene’s column is only a personal attack.
Calling Clinton a liar or security risk is nothing more than namecalling, like on the playground.
I want a discussion of issues.
Floyd Ganus, Fort Worth
Many support Clinton’s position in the Benghazi fiasco. What is acceptable in this country today is stunning and very disturbing.
I wonder if these people would have a different opinion if one of their children had been murdered along with our ambassador and the other brave Americans.
Clinton knowingly lied to the country and to the families of the fallen.
Why? Was she told to do so by Obama?
Somewhere there is an answer, and I believe she knows it.
Paul Buckley, Mansfield
This nation was founded on trust in God. Our nation grew and prospered on “In God We Trust.”
Our nation became the world’s greatest and strongest. When we began removing God from our schools and from public life, our schools, our values, our economy, our morality, our strength as a nation and the world’s opinion of the U.S. all started downhill.
David Sagen, Fort Worth
Why is the concept of pregnancy prevention so difficult for Texans to grasp? Teaching “abstinence” is not working.
Planned Parenthood is a source of effective information. If it’s eliminated, where will this information be available?
Ann Schrader, Arlington