Gary Walker: Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton nor the State Department processed a reply to a simple letter that I did not send one time, I sent it four times. I asked a simple question: if money from the State Department was really being used to build mosques, in the USA and abroad as reported in numerous newspapers and the internet. The money included tax money I had paid and I wanted to know if it had been used for that purpose. I sent the same letter but added to each of the following letters that this was my second request for an answer, then the third, and finally the forth. I never received a reply. Not a thank you for your question, or mind your own business. I have written to at least five different Presidents, and have never failed to receive some type of reply from each letter. Never failed, even if the return letter was condescending in nature only. I also have written to at least a dozen Senators, and members of Congress, both Democrats and Republicans. I never failed to get a response. Never, not one time, again even if it was a "thank you for your thoughts". They at least sent a reply. I guess since I was not contributing millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation, the entire State Department was too busy taking care of those that did. That uranium deal must have taken the entire staff's time all four years, I am sure there was lots of paperwork and lots of covering up to be done. I was just a simple citizen of the country her State Department was working for, certainly not important enough to have a lowly peon send a quick letter stating something. I would like to know how many tax paying citizens like me never received an answer to a letter or letters sent to the busy busy busy State Department during the time Hillary and Billary made millions and millions of dollars selling favors, and not only did not have time to answer my letters, but did not have time to answer that 3am call she so much wanted in 2008. I am sure our Ambassador and three other Americans would have like to know the answer to that question. Oh well, to quote our former Secretary of State “what difference does it make now”?