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Hillary Clinton: Benghazi “More of a Reason” to Run for President

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On June 9, 2014 @ 8:24 pm In The Point | 10 Comments

Also the Titanic is more of a reason to go on a cruise.

In an interview that will air tonight, Hillary Clinton will tell Diane Sawyer that the Benghazi terrorist attack that left four Americans dead is “more of a reason to run” for president of the United States.

“Actually, it’s more of a reason to run, because I do not believe our great country should be playing minor league ball. We ought to be in the majors,” Clinton tells Sawyer. “I view this as really apart from — even a diversion from — the hard work that the Congress should be doing about the problems facing our country and the world.”

Who knew so many gaffes could come from one interview.

Let me get this straight, a US ambassador was murdered on Hillary Clinton’s watch because of inadequate security and she thinks that’s a reason to run for president… because of baseball.

That sentence makes less sense than most serial killer letters to the police. It’s like a robot’s attempt at approximating human emotion which is a good description of Hillary Clinton’s entire political style.

Does Hillary Clinton think Benghazi is minor league? What’s her idea of major league? Another September 11 on her watch?

Would nuking a US city finally put us in the majors.

“I do not believe our great country should be playing minor league ball. We ought to be in the majors” sounds like a random speech someone running for mayor somewhere would say.

It’s not a response to the families of four dead men who still want answers.

Hillary Clinton needs to stop reciting whatever lines Media Matters feeds her and put on a good approximation of a sane adult.

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