Was it only two weeks ago Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed? So much has gone on it feels like it happened last year. I've been trying to wrap my head around the events and make sense of the administration's reaction, but I still can't put it into the right words. Truthfully, I don't understand it. I don't understand it because I think in terms of black and white. Right and wrong. Holy and sin. No grays. When doing the right thing makes the most sense, my brain has a hard time comprehending a person's actions when they blatantly do the wrong thing, like our administration dodging the truth about Libya. Our President and his administration have been lying to us regarding Libya, and I don't understand why. I do believe it's to protect him in an election year so he can keep his job, but at what expense? It's not enough for me to know without understanding it.
Last week, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney finally said it is "self evident that what happened in Benghazi was a terrorist attack". It was "self-evident" for most Americans when it happened. It only took him a week and a half, but better late than never. Jay Carney finding the light is much better than Ambassador Susan Rice (who we never see) telling everyone the video did it. I, for one, enjoy the irony of watching these people scramble for the right words after they scolded Mitt Romney for "jumping the gun". Turns out, Mitt Romney was right. It's an "ongoing investigation" they tell us. Not enough evidence to conclusively call it a terrorist attack. Let me tell you something: You don't need a full deck of cards to call a spade a spade.
While the rest of Washington is starting to slowly accept reality, Obama is still trying to blame the video. Today, he addressed the U.N. and said this: