I’ve not had much to say about Benghazi. Though the loss of American life is shameful, it’s only another shame, and has seemed as deflectable as any of the others this administration has committed under the love and protection of a ceaselessly sycophantic media machine.
I think it was metastasizing to some degree already, but Obama suddenly changed his story on Friday (regarding any actions or orders he may or may not have taken or given), and that’s helped it along considerably. John O’Sullivan has an interesting blog post up today, looking at similarities between how Libyagate is unfolding and what’s happened with other high-profile scandals.
(And I’m guessing that’s where this is heading. It’s too persistent, with too much propensity to become more complex, not less.)