Well Carol who used their majority in the House to cut funding for diplomatic security? The GOP cut the administration's request for diplomatic security funding by $128 million in fiscal 2011 and $331 million in fiscal 2012. The Democratic controlled Senate manages to restore $88 million of that amount. Rep Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah stated that;<quoted text>
Because embassies are considered extensions of the country they represent. In essence, they attacked the USA on 9/11 - again.
Security was removed a few weeks before the attack and the call for help was repeatedly denied.
The lapse in judgment at the highest level and the mixed messages afterwards is a big deal because we still don't have answers.
It wouldn't look good for this president's campaign if he admitted his administration failed to prevent an attack and protect an ambassador on 9/11.
There's our answer.
I believe, personally, with more assets, more resources, just meeting the minimum standards, we could have and should have saved the life of Ambassador Stevens and the other people who were there,
Yet he was one of those that voted to cut these funds.
It's probably a moot point as Security Officer Eric Nordstrom testified:
Having an extra foot of wall, or an extra half-dozen guards or agents would not have enabled us to respond to that kind of assault,
You're demonstrating your rank hypocrisy by criticizing this president when in past posts you've excused his predecessor who despite warnings issued months earlier allowed an attack on this country that killed over 3000 in New York, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania.
You're an idiot Carol.