The terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, still is stirring controversy, fueled by the official response to it, which was as wrong as is the political stalemate over the budget. It seems like volumes have been written about the administration’s inner battle over the “talking points” to be presented to the public about the attack.
One of the points that has been mostly overlooked is why do we have a consulate, mission or sub-embassy in a place like Benghazi. The “office” there has been called by various names. We will call it a mission.
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