So here's my problem with the whole Benghazi meme:
There have been dozens of different accusations made against the Administration since the moment this event was happening in real time.
The only accusations with any shred of truth are how the event was characterized.
Nothing anyone has accused the administration of indicates that any positive action would have had any likelihood of saving lives.
Monday morning quarterbacking is all fine and good, and it always possible to say that if different decisions were made a different outcome would have transpired. But if one is looking to assign actual culpability, malfeasance, or negligence, one would have to PROVE that not only were standard decision protocols not followed, but that the failure to follow them resulted in these deaths.
Too much of this meme is based on hatred of Obama and/or a desire to see a powerful political opponent crushed.
America does not want it's President to be guilty of causing American deaths, but Americans will accept evidence if he is.
The problem is that this meme is long on accusations but VERY short on any actual evidence that the administration did anything so wrong as to create culpability. Anything, and everything, less than that is just second guessing and political attacks.
These are very serious accusations that no American should WANT to be true much less be pushing them without evidence.
I know it "feels" right to people that hate Obama and they would be happy to find him guilty on general principal, but I would argue that this kind of nonsense hurts America more than it hurts Obama and people that are engaging in this witch hunt would wreck the country over political attacks. And the same people have done it before in the ten year witch hunt surrounding White Water, a land deal in which the Clinton's were ultimately the victims of fraud.
Bingo, we have a winner here.