The quote says it all — Libya’s leadership either can’t, or won’t, hunt down those responsible for killing our ambassador to Tripoli. The story here goes on to say:
A Libyan official admitted they will most likely not be able to find the killers behind the deadly attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi last week.
They’re not able to find the killers, and this administration has shown no urgency in hunting them down. Rather than exact swift retribution, the White House has been too busy hemming and hawing about the nature of the attack, more worried about domestic political posturing than projecting power overseas. Pure negligence.
American weakness (and self-self-flagellation) is on full display . . . and we wonder why we’re challenged elsewhere.