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Hillary Clinton has to answer for Benghazi, too

I agree in principle with Jules Witcover's column on of Hillary Clinton's ("The rise of Hillary Clinton," Nov. 27). I think she would have been a much better president than Barack Obama.

But why no mention of the Benghazi fiasco? She may not be involved in the mis-communication, dis-communication, and lack of communication from the administration, but she should be harshly criticized for the lack of intelligent planning inherent in an ambassador going to Benghazi in the first place, not to mention with almost no security.

She has a death hanging over her head, which was not necessary but for politics.

Even though her stock is on the rise, I would never vote for someone who is so insensitive about human life.

Lyle Rescott, Marriottsville

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