Monday, October 15, 2012

When you have a question, look around for the horse's mouth. Not the other end.

We've all been hearing a lot of talking, arguing, discussing, debating, speculating, guessing, and other things, lately about the Behghazi, Libya, attack on our US Consulate. Good folks died. Blame is being placed. Politics are being played.

Something was said tonight that triggered a memory...

I frequently read a blog written by a US Marine. He's been around and knows things. When I first heard about the attack and murders, I went to his site looking for any information he might be sharing. No, the man does not mouth off about stuff he knows shouldn't be mouthed off about. He's a Marine, for cryin' out loud!

If you'd like some insight as to the duties, manpower, etc., of the USMC at our diplomatic facilities in foreign countries, I recommend you read this.

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