Blame Game in Washington
Chasing down facts in the current administration seems to be a problem. We spent months trying to find who authorized sending assault weapons to Mexican drug cartels.
Eventually a low level bureaucrat was forced to retire early complete with pension. The same is the case with the murder of the ambassador to Libya.
Finding the person who denied additional security for the ambassador appears to be a daunting task, or so we are told. Secretary Clinton claims responsibility but no blame. Bad "intel" is blamed.
No corrective action has been offered. Does this remind anyone of "Who Hired Craig Livingstone?"
Keith C. De Filippis
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