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Benghazi Report: "Grossly inadequate" security has no consequences

mwakefield Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 10:22 AM
I, for one, am totally disgusted with our government in its current state... and every politician in Washington should be hanging their heads in shame over their own behavior. They have been "spinning" lies, spending us into bankruptcy, accepting bribes from special interests, and spending more time -- and money -- running for office than even attempting to do their jobs. Then they justify it all by blaming it on political "gridlock". Politicians are the only people in the world who don't even have to show up for work and get to keep their salaries and benefits for LIFE! Benghazi-gate is just another day at the office for these folks. Four good men lost their lives, and all the government will do is point a finger or two and move on.

The internal review of the Benghazi terrorist attack that resulted in the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans is highly critical of the State Department --- but, typical for government work, no one is named as ultimately responsible and no one will be disciplined, much less loose there job.

From the Washington Times come the following excerpts:

  • the internal inquiry…slams bureaucrats for "grossly inadequate" security
  • the report blames inadequate security at the mission on "systemic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels" of the State Department
  • the failures left the diplomatic post...