Re “Obama angered by GOP attacks,'' Nov. 15
We live in an era in which we demand instant answers. We demand to know now what caused an incident within minutes of its occurrence.
Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice has become the fall guy for trying to satisfy our insatiable and impatient demands.
When she made the statements about the attack on the Libyan consulate, perhaps it was the first and only information she had received at that time.
As the facts became known, the media and the public were informed.
In my opinion, the fault lies with our expectation of immediate answers to often complex issues.
Talk about sore losers.
Arizona Sen. John McCain is clearly out to get revenge over losing to President Obama in 2008 by going after the president's yet-to-be-made nomination of Rice as the next secretary of State.