Re: "Does honesty make any difference?" (letter, 7-12).
How a single subject can guide some through life is beyond me. But the story about the Benghazi attack has so consumed some on the right that not even the House Intelligence Committee (HIC) led by Republicans can convince those so consumed by ideology that it happened as reported by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the CIA and then U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice and as reported to the people by President Obama.
One only has to read the report from HIC Chairman Mike Rogers, a staunch Republican and adversary of the president, and ranking member Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, a Democrat, to understand that what the letter writer wrote was based on absolutely nothing of substance other than disdain and mistrust of the Obama administration.
So as the writer asks a rhetorical question about the honesty of our president and Clinton, I ask the writer: Honestly?
Jim R. Groves