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Mr. Nethercutt, you were all in with the Gingrich meanness that spawned the "republican revolution", and brought trust levels to what were at that time new lows. Then you broke the ONE main issue/vow you defeated Foley with-term limits. You contributed to the partisanship that is still the curse of governance, you lied to us, yet have the audacity to lecture those who currently serve in government. How on Earth did this piece get past the editors? Shame.
I voted for change, so why do I keep hearing the lyrics to "We Won´t Be Fooled Again" over and over? Anyway, my reading of the article was that Herold never said the administration was blameless in all three events. I interpreted his points as: Bengazi should be investigated impartially, the surveillance is (however sadly) legal, and the IRS bit had nothing to do with the White House. I read the main point as Issa should work for the American public rather than the GOP. (And yes, I already get it that both sides of the aisle are equally culpable of forgetting who their real employers are.)
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