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Submitted by w june (United States), Aug 7, 2013 at 20:36

It is sad to read some people are saying, America appears no longer the home of the brave. I beg to differ. The Embassy that should have been closed before disaster was Benghazi. There the brave Americans fell!. Above and beyond the call of duty American style. I will not forget them. They are the giver of hope and no change. It makes no difference now how many Embassies they close now. It is like the drunk who ran over and killed a family. No matter how sorry the drunk was or how remorseful, the family is just as dead. We are not going to fall for that old game where they can use the excuse, "you are damn if you do or damned if you don,t." No excuses or blame this time. I just hope the closing of all the Embassies did save someone or something but it will not over shadow Benghai.

As far as NSA. No matter who they are listening in on, they sure missed the mark when it counted for Benghazi. All ears are no. Thank God it takes no more than 300 men with 300 trumpets to defeat an army of 300,000 and sometime no more than 6 days to win a war. (all without listening tech.)

Regardless of leaders or no leaders, America is still the land of the free and home of the brave. I say God Bless America.!

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