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Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
May 16, 2013 2:32pm
 
Is this the same Accountability Review Board (ARB) that did not interview Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State? Secretary Clinton took the call from Mr. Hicks at 8 PM EST time and was notified that Benghazi and Tripoli was under attack? When asked when Mr. Hicks was called back by Ms Clinton or her staff or anyone from the white house ... Chirp Chirp NEVER!! Is this the same ARB that found "systemic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels" The ARB was for the State Department not the Department of Defense. Again, DOD needs looked at.

Who oversaw the incident Benghazi? It was not the President but it might have been the Secretary of Defense. So, please tell me why the military should not be questioned.

Another news story from February this year. In an exchange with Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Senator Ayotte, we now know that Secretary Panetta meet with President Obama. Panetta meet with Obama during a previously scheduled meeting with President Obama approximately one hour into the Benghazi attack (So Obama knew and Clinton knew). After the meeting on 9/11/12, there was no direct communication between the commander-in-chief and Panetta. So, the President did not issue the Stand Down order.
AYOTTE: Did you have any other further communications? Did he ever call you that night to say how are things going, what’s going on, where is the consulate?
PANETTA: No.
AYOTTE: Did you communicate with anyone else at the White House that night?
PANETTA: No.
AYOTTE: No one else called you to say, what, how are things going?
PANETTA: No.

So, again Prairie you have yet to provide a reasonable explanation as to why the DOD does not need to learn more about its failure to attempt a try. There is no fallacy in my reason to question and learn from DOD actions during the attack on Benghazi. I am not condemning or criticizing, people who put there life on the line for this government have a right to know why the military did not respond!!!
     
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