My disgust over the story coming out of Jennifer Griffin's Friday reporting on Benghazi left me with three questions.
1. Under the rule that the simplest answer tends to be the correct one, is it possible that the White House's malfeasance could have been driven by not wanting to be accused of beating the war drums just before the election -- and on 9/11 no less? This is no less damning in its implications than the scenario where the casualties owe to the Administration's desire to perpetuate the narrative of a defeated Al Qaeda. But it's plausible nonetheless.
2. Which drone attack killed the terrorist that might have been able to tip us off to the pending attack?
3. Will the fallen CIA operatives/former Navy SEALs get their Stars at Langley? Theirs is a story I will tell my children about what it means to do the right thing.