Two questions came to mind reading Jonah Goldberg's column.
First, who cut the security funding of diplomatic missions a year before the Benghazi attack? (The Republican-controlled House.)
And second, why were there no similar allegations made when multiple attacks on U.S. diplomatic missions killed dozens of consulate workers during the George W. Bush administration?
To use the deaths of four brave Americans as a way to undermine the president is below contempt.
All of the talk about the talking points and how long it took for help to arrive in Benghazi misses the crucial questions.