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Crowley and the Benghazi statements: the debate and mistruths

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  1. janbrown says:

    “acts of terror” is a broad term without assignment to any particular deed….”terrorism” is dedicated to a specific action. Rich, appreciatd that your piece concentrted on direct quote as opposed to being stricly opinion. Happy to hitch my wagon to yours

    • Jon says:

      Wouldn’t you say that a definition of terrorism is an act of terror? This is a desperately silly argument from Republicans…

  2. Martijn says:

    So when the president says: “No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character, or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for.” it must have been a totally unrelated comment to the events the speech talks about…. Yeah, right. I think you can safely say who’s lying here.

  3. Matt says:

    The idea that you would print this with your name attached to it is quite remarkable. I’m still waiting for the distinction between an “act of terror” and “terrorism” (as if one isn’t the definition of the other).