Editorials

harsh light on clinton, christie

Acts of malice

Joan Vennochi is right that there needs be as much scrutiny of the Benghazi attack as there is of the George Washington Bridge incident (“Clinton deserves Christie-level scrutiny,” Op-ed, Jan. 19). What she doesn’t acknowledge is that, while the attack might have been prevented, the lane closing was a deliberate act of a governor’s political operatives. If there is a comparison to be made it is between the perpetrators of the attack and the lane closing. Both were acts of malice intended to hurt people.

The Rev. Canon

Daniel S. Weir

Danvers

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