In his United Nations speech on Tuesday, President Obama talked about the September 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya and declared that "there should be no doubt that we will be relentless in tracking down the killers and bringing them to justice." What he didn't say is how relentless he'll be in tracking down the security lapses and intelligence failures that contributed to the murders. Let's say there's some doubt about that.
In the past week, I've started to see more articles of this sort from the MSM: little tidbits that make me think, "Hey, finally! Someone's paying attention!"
Then I realize that they're probably just backing off of the rabid Obama support a little bit so they have something they can point to and claim that no, really, they were totally, like, unbiased, man.
"See, we criticized the Obama administration over their handling of Libya!"
"Well, ok, no. We didn't criticize Obama himself."
"What? You think he should take personal responsibility for his administration?"