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Topic - Larry Ward
A group aiming to bring truth to the American public about the Benghazi terrorist attack is poised to run full-size billboards in House Speaker John Boehner's congressional district with a blunt message: Set up a special investigative committee.
OK, mark the date, for it will surely spark an outcry in the gun-control community.
No way, Larry Ward thought to himself, emotions boiling. There's no way my grandson should have anything to do with that word.
"We need 218 or 1 to form a select committee," he said. "We need 218 House members to sign the discharge petition — or one speaker of the House to come to his senses."
Larry Ward, political director of the group, said moving the measure to the floor should be a simple matter.