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Updated on May 14, 2014

Compromising with the government.

Would the U.S. Congress hold seven investigatory committee hearings, reaching the same results, and then asking for a Select Committee to investigate those hearing results?

That is what is happening here.

The ball now is not in the Obama administration's court; but that of the present Libyan government; to arrest those responsible for the Benghazi attack and bring them to justice.

Best of all, the perpetrators must end up in the hands of the U.S. Government. That must be what the Republicans agree to do.

In the interest of the dead diplomats and their families, the U.S. government and Congress have the obligation to request that demand from the Libyan government; and to put pressure on that government to concur.

Acting in concert with the Obama administration on the Benghazi issue would be acceptable to all concerned, and a change from the norm in Washington D.C., considering.

The second best thing must be calling off the Select Committee, to save money on behalf of the American tax payer.


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      owurakwasip 3 years ago

      There is always a middle ground. The left and the right, like two arms, should learn to compromise on certain issues, if not all of them (issues).