First, my heart goes out to those who’ve lost people at the Libyan embassy. It’s an awful loss.
But I can’t believe it’s the end of it. And I had to laugh (hollowly) at the lead of this New York Post story:
US officials are increasingly suspicious that the murder Tuesday of the US ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other American officials was not the result of a protest against an anti-Islam film, but instead was a coordinated terror strike timed for the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Really? They’re just starting to slowly figure out that consecutive embassy attacks in Islamic countries on September 11, with people chanting Osama Bin Laden’s name and waving black Al Qaeda flags might have something to do with the anniversary?