Your headline the morning after the second presidential debate was a nice try, but it was our president, not Mitt Romney, who lied during the debate ("Obama takes an aggressive stand: President accuses Romney of saying things that are 'not true,'" Oct. 17).
President Obama claimed to have called the attack on Libya an act of terror the day after he learned about it.
Really? Then why was Susan Rice all over the airwaves claiming it was a spontaneous demonstration sparked by a YouTube video? Why did the administration stick with this story for two weeks? More importantly, why was there not a word about Libya in that day's A section?
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If the buck stops with the president, then he is the liar.
Rhonda Jackson, Hunt Valley