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Do you agree with the State Department Accountability Board who found 4 high level State Dept employees culpable for the Bengazi murders?

They retain their jobs & considering the deaths, what punishment is appropriate? Should the investigation continue, as the Board found many questions evaded or answers were not given?

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The investigation is over. The four should be fired but that's all, if we punished everyone that made a mistake we would have no officers or NCO's left in our armed forces.

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the accountability review board is over, the investigation continues because there were many unanswered questions. serious questions remain unanswered in any form
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not bad,most scapegoats get locked away,but this government has people that gladly fall on their swords

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The government investigates the government. Makes sense to me. Then they dish out the proper punishment. None.... This country is turning out to be awesome with Obama in control!

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where's boo on this one?
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I think boo is embarrassed by bengazi
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And of course nothing like this ever happened under W, Clinton, Bush, Reagan,.......get over it red, it's the nature of the beast.
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Get over 4 dead Americans? You guys never have forgot Watergate where NO one died. Fast and Furious is another one of Obama and company's death boondoggle. A border agent and 200 Mexicans dead with guns they let cross the border than forgot to keep track of. Then we have the mysterious deaths of Seal Team 6...
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And The war in Iraq, that lie cost more then 4 lives, or Iran-contra, or Somalia under Clinton, Cambodia under Nixon, on, and on, and on. Like I said we've been doing this for a very long time, since Tripoli in the early 19th century and It's not going to end until we decide we no longer want to be the police of the world.
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if they are fired its enough for me. but they aren't. they were shuffled around and kept on payroll. why? to keep them from talking? because they otherwise might turn states evidence? or because we can't fire incompetent people in the gov even when they get people killed!?

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Love your answers. Do you teach?
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Pretty sure rascally is a teacher. Wonder if it's history or civics or something like that, he/she seems to know a lot about it.
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yes, 7th grade science and civics
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I know this is out of topic, but I see your a physiologist, does that also include talking to people that are in depression??

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If you meant psychologist, yes. My dissertation was in experimental psychology, many moons ago. In private practice about a third of my clients were depressive or mixed depressive.
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Is there a way I can possibly talk to you about my stuff in life right now to see if I'm seriously depressed or just emotions...I'm 16 and I feel like I am depressed but I wanna know from a professional like you, if I really am or not..it would mean so much to me if you could help..
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The best way to solve this question is to find a local therapist or clinic. If you have insurance with mental health coverage, the world is open to you. At your age, asking any mental health clinic for a sliding-scale will often result in payments of $10-20/visit. That's fairly nominal, as my rate for an hour is ten times that.
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And I don't track old questions I have asked. The best way to get my attention is to search my most recent answers, as they are tracked for a couple days. If you wish to send an email, I can post my secure work email in my profile but it will come down in a day.
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I know this is out of topic, but I see your a physiologist, does that also include talking to people that are in depression??

http://state-department-of-texas.blogspot.com/

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Yes, but the practice is limited to personal therapy. In theory I have no problem with answering general questions over the phone or by electronic media, but the nature of the cure is partly the therapeutic bond formed between patient and therapist; this bond can't usually be effectively formed at distance. So, general questions are fine. And for this I don't even start my clock.
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