Truth is not Part of Politics

Dear Editor,

John Kerry speaks out about the Benghazi affair saying it’s exaggerism and people need to calm down and get the facts correct.

This same person was known as a turncoat in the Vietnam War and has the ability to turn about three hundred and sixty degrees at any time.

To call out people that suffered this experience overseas and that saw their companions die is not a time or place to exaggerate the facts in order to justify their lack of support or lack of doing correct things to prevent the slaughter there.

Hiding behind others is not a President’s right in order to cover up lies and distorted view of the facts.

American voters need the truth and the whole truth and not a run around view of misrepresentation in the destruction of life and embassies, which cost the taxpayers millions.

I admire these senators that are risking their jobs in order to have the truth appear on our TV screens in order for us, the voters, to finally understand what really did take place.

For a diplomat to be killed along with some of his staff is no laughing matter and to try to cover this up is of low esteem.

This is how lies get started.

Dick Waltrip


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Posted by on May 18 2013. Filed under Letters to the Editor. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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