Monday October 22, 2012
After Benghazi Attack, Talk Lagged Behind Intelligence
The NY Times has a hard time with this piece. As blatant as the evidence was, is, and is becoming, they are still hedging bets for the administration by saying in the last paragraph that as usual assessment of this type of incident often continues to change.
Like the assessment by the same administration that Fort Hood shooting was workplace violence. Come on! No one is buying Fort Hood, and we aren’t buying Benghazi either.
As I opined earlier today, someone’s hand was caught in the cookie jar; fess up like any good CEO of a Fortune 500 Company would do when there is a mistake made by someone in the company.
The buck stops … it was Bush’s fault again!