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Don't downplay the seriousness of the Benghazi debacle

Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)Jeremiah Wright

A letter writer's response to Bob Ehrlich's column on Sunday, June 9 ("Obama foreign policy follies befuddle right and left alike") accuses Mr. Ehrlich of merely using all of the buzz words like Obamacare, Benghazi, Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright ("Ehrlich column another hack attack," June 14). Buzz words? Excuse me, four Americans were killed in Benghazi. If The Sun and the rest of the liberal media would have done their job, perhaps the full story and truth might have been out by now!

I've written to the Sun before stating there's always a response (negative, of course) to Bob Ehrlich's column. My letter wasn't printed, but those other negative letters have been. Perhaps my letter doesn't have "an objective high-level view" like this one from the person in New York.

The Sun must have been scrambling to get one printed this week.

Marie Mullen, Joppa

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