With the last national election just six months in the rear view mirror, American Crossroads, the SuperPAC headed by the kindly Karl Rove, has seen fit to subject American voters to a preview of what the 2014 mid-term and 2016 Presidential election campaigns will look like as shown here:
With the suspicion that Ms. Clinton may put forward her name as candidate for President in 2016, American Crossroads is already setting the tone for what will certainly be a very fractious election. Voters have barely recovered from the November 2012 election that clearly served the purpose of dividing America into two parts and already the party propaganda machines are at work.
Just in case we've forgotten, a suicide attack killed a state department officer in Qalat, Afghanistan in April 2013 while delivering books to a local high school. More than ten years into the Bush II-sponsored fight against terrorism, and the gulf between the social values in both nations could hardly be wider. While not on the same scale as the Benghazi attack, one wonders why this attack received relatively little attention by those with a conservative political leaning. I guess the death of another diplomat in the original theatre of the War on Terror simply doesn't rate.