Comment: A perfect analysis of what we witnessed by her...

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A perfect analysis of what we witnessed by her...

...non verbal communication.

That is EXACTLY what I felt as I looked at the expressions on her face and her body language.

Which means she has a little conscience left in her, and probably means she will be demoted from EVER EVER EVER being in front of a camera again talking about "national security" issues or being asked to lie for her government. She can't lie well, she doesn't have a poker face.

I don't even know who she is, but I doubt we'll see her with a microphone again, or (as I just re-watched it and saw that she is the State Dept's Spokesman!) she will be trained on how to deal with such "inappropriate questioning".

I know our criminal gov't wants to put pretty, well-groomed people out as their spokespeople, but she failed the test. She was not believable. Though I do wonder how even a practiced liar like Obama or Carney would have handled such questioning.

Furthermore, I doubt that reporter is allowed access anymore!

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford