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    Posted October 15, 2012 by
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    Where the Buck Stops


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     k3vsDad weighed in after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's comment that she took 'responsibility' for the security of diplomatic posts, referring to the assault on a U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya. 'I believe that the Secretary was taking one for the team, so to speak. I believe that she made her remarks and took the responsibility in hopes that the matter would be laid to rest,' he said. k3vsDad, a moderate Independent, also added, 'I do not see Clinton’s remarks making much change in the President’s re-election efforts.' What did you think of Clinton's comments? Share your commentary here.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    Just  a short time ago US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did what no one  else in the Administration of President Barack Obama has been willing to  do.

    Clinton  in an interview with CNN after landing in Lima, Peru said these words,  "I take responsibility" for the tragedy and failure in Benghazi, Libya.

    Only  the words in parenthesis are Clinton's actual words - "I take  responsibility". But the mere fact that she said what no one else has  said in this Administration speaks volumes about the Secretary.

    Is it any wonder many who voted in the last election now wish they could have changed their vote for Hillary?

    From the Cornfield, my hat is off to Secretary Clinton for having what it takes and letting the buck stop with her.

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