Who said it?

George Stephanopoulos
George Stephanopoulos<br/>(Ida Mae Astute/ABC Photo)

1. Gun legislation “is a place where the president didn’t seem to lift a finger and call those Democrats and say to them, ‘Come on, I need your vote on that.’”

2. The administration reaction to the Benghazi attack “was this normalization, sort of this mentality where you had to pretend things are safe, the war on terror was over, and that may have gone in a great way to getting people to say, well, we can’t have a terror attack because then the war on terror is back alive.”

3. “I thought it was a terrorist attack from the get go. I think everybody in the mission thought it was a terrorist attack [in Benghazi] from the beginning.”

4.  The Benghazi talking points “certainly weren’t accurate. I don’t know what the process was there, but absolutely they were false, they were wrong. There were no protests outside of Benghazi compound there. This was a deliberate and strategic attack on the consulate there. So any statements that this was sort of like the — you know, the — the other protests that we saw in Cairo and other embassies, that was not this type of case.”

5. “He’s reversed his opposition to arming the rebels. He doesn’t know who they are. We don’t have good intelligence because of the effects of the policies, his policies, dismantling our security infrastructure. Yes, it is difficult to know what to do in a transitioning region. Something we know not to do is what he has done, which is issue these red, bright lines and then, walk back from them.”
Answers are : 1. Here, 2. here, 3. here, 4. here and 5. here.

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective.