The Libya issue continues to be a problem for the President (…as it should be, of course)


Documents released prior to the foreign policy debate tomorrow paint a clearer picture bout the concern for security at the Benghazi consulate in Libya. Something tells me that a certain former governor from Massachusetts might have a few things to say about that.

No Protest Outside Libya Consulate Before Attack

According to ABC news , there were no protests outside the embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The administration reported on the outset of this tragedy, that there was a crescendo of protests, stemming from a video posted on YouTube by an obscure filmmaker in the United States. These protests built up, and eventually spilled over into violence, which resulted in the death of the ambassador. Clearly, that is a fiction.

Washington Free Beacon follows this up, as does CBS: