Originally Posted by BroncoBeavis
Nice technique. Bring up a point nobody disputes and then pretend its the whole argument. The problem isn't that someone repeated what they were told. Its that that person was deliberately marched in front of the American public with known disinformation about a politically inconvenient national security incident. Contrary to the O Army's hopes, its important to know the who what where when's and why's.
No it's not. There are things that general public doesn't get to know or be told. There are things done overseas that needed to be achieved that should never see light of day by American public. When it comes to national security sometime it better for misinformation to be put out there then the truth.