I wish they would ask just a few additional questions that I don’t expect to hear:
1. Who was the visitor with whom Ambassador Stevens met just prior to the attack? (Turkish Consul General, as originally reported?)
2. What was the topic of discussion? (Arms shipments from North Africa to Turkey? And from Turkey, then where did they go – Syria?)
3. Was the visitor ever questioned about seeing roadblocks that almost certainly had to have already been set up before the attack started minutes after he left? And if so, why didn’t he call back to Ambassador Stevens and notify him of the activity? Further, how did that visitor manage to get out of the area unscathed, when the fierce attack started at the consulate compound just minutes after he departed?
But for some reason, those items have simply disappeared from the news and the discussion.
"Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."