[you will please note that neither barack obama nor hillary clinton arranged for access to this man. maybe they don't want you to know what happened in benghazi, eh?: jjay.]
two ranking republican u.s. senators, lindsey graham of south carolina and saxby chambliss of georgia have gained permission to have access to ali ani al harzi, currently held in a tunisian jail as a suspect in the benghazi embassy attack. this, written by susan crabtree, and published by the washington times, dateline nov. 2, 2012, 12:33 p.m. http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-politics/2012/nov/2/tunisia-grants-us-access-benghazi-suspect/ . hat tip, jewel.
this is rather unique to say the least. it signals that senators graham and chambliss want to get to the bottom of what happened in benghazi, and that if barack obama will not tell them, then they will go to tunisia and talk to a participant in the attack on the embassy.
pardon the observation, and i do not wish to make light of the situation, but the only thing that i can think of appropriate to say is, "... that if mohammed will not come to the mountain, the mountain will go to mohammed, presently in a tunisian jail."
finally, someone who wants to get to the truth with the gumption to go to the truth. it is not, quite apparently, to be found in the white house or at foggy bottom.
it is marvelous to contemplate what mr. ali ani al harzi may have to say to the senators investigators. and, it is marvelous to contemplate what bark "no bite" obama will try and do to prevent the senators from investigating this end of it.
john jay @ 11.02.2012
p.s. god bless the washington times for reporting this, and god bless senators graham and chambliss. finally, someone who has the courage to dig up the truth. finally. i have tears in my eyes.