from Western Journalism:
The recent escalating arguments over whether there should be further congressional hearings on Benghazi are troubling. The fact that there are substantial numbers of people who feel that there is nothing more to investigate when four American lives were lost (and no one has answered for this crime) provides an indication of how far our sense of justice has slipped.
This should not be a partisan issue because the implications of ignoring or prevaricating about the underlying mistakes will have far-reaching consequences. The United States has diplomatic establishments throughout the world; and if they can be attacked without consequences, it greatly diminishes our influence despite any protestations to the contrary.
What does it say about our judgment if we have diplomatic establishments for which we make inadequate provisions for protection? This is especially disturbing because it was revealed that requests by the consulate in Benghazi for more protection were refused. There had been attacks on the consulate not long before the fatal attack, and hostile actions had been taken against the British–which they were wise enough to react to appropriately.
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