Responsibility and must have Accountability
As anyone who reads this blog, The Contemplative Thinker knows that for those of us within the organization have a real passion for personal responsibility which we believe should lead to accountability with any subject matter known. Furthermore, it is readily admitted that those involved with the organization are indeed determined to do something, regardless of the consequences.
It is believed that when a person of “high accord” is passed over for a crime committed – regardless of who or what ambition that person has should be made just like the rest of us – accountable for their actions. As it comes to matters involving Hillary Rodham Clinton it appears as though this person walks with unrestrained immunity from everything.
Now not to be overly loquacious or reckless about this quagmire the nation is now experiencing let’s just take two such issues, who knows if these two are her most recent vote of no confidence’s or grotesque negligence.
Of course I refer to Hillary Clinton and some not so above board accounting of events that happened on her watch as the U.S. Secretary of State – the matter of the attack at Benghazi and her preponderance of servers owned by her.
At the center of that argument, the officials said, is a “top secret” program of the Central Intelligence Agency that is anything but secret. It is the agency’s long effort to track and kill suspected terrorists overseas with armed drones, which has been the subject of international debates, numerous newspaper articles, television programs and entire books.
The Obama administration’s decision to keep most internal discussions about that program — including all information about C.I.A. drone strikes in Pakistan — classified at the “top secret” level has now become a political liability for Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Some of the skirmishes over Mrs. Clinton’s emails reflect the disagreements in a post-9/11 era over what should be a government secret and what should not. Nonetheless, 22 emails on Mrs. Clinton’s server were held back from a tranche made public last week. Those 22 emails were deemed so highly secret that State Department officials in this case agreed with the intelligence agencies not to release them even in redacted form.
The State Department on Friday said for the first time that “top secret” material had been sent through Hillary Clinton’s private computer server, and that it would not make public 22 of her emails because they contained highly classified information.
The emails are included in seven distinct chains that comprise forwarded messages and replies, and in most cases involved discussions of the C.I.A. drone program, government officials said.
The top secret emails lent credence to criticism by Mrs. Clinton’s rivals in the presidential race of her handling of classified information while she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. It is against the law for officials to discuss classified information on unclassified networks used for routine business or on private servers, and the F.B.I. is looking into whether such information was mishandled.
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign responded forcefully, saying that the process of reviewing the emails “appears to be over-classification run amok.” A spokesman, Brian Fallon, said all of the emails should be released.
And it is with that comment, and above all Mrs. Clinton’s steady deniability, and having such a cavalier disposition when her unjustified wrong doing invades most of the voting citizens of this nation.