It definitely wasn't a matter of $$. The kitty had a couple of billion in excess, which is why the Congress voted to cut back. However, even with the cutback, there was enough money to spend hundreds of thousands on charging stations at the Geneva Embassy.<quoted text>
"Breakdowns" in security? Really? Is that what we're calling it now? Breakdowns?
There wasn't enough security.
How about we stop right there and you explain that OOPS because it occurs to me that but for that OOPS, we wouldn't be talking about this. And since, we can't dump this one onto Bush, how about you tell me who specifically we should dump it on because it has to be dumped somewhere.(And spare me the nonsense that republicans cut the budget and there was no money alloted for added secuity because that has already been dismissed as bs.)
Maybe the emails Stevens wrote to the State Department asking for more security, which escalated to begging for more security didn't make it to your local news station but I can assure you they were written and more importantly, they were received.
The floor is yours.
No, money definitely wasn't the problem. That was just another straw that he drowning administration grabbed at, after their video straw sank.