I am sick and tired of reading Jack Kelly's disgraceful commentary on President Obama's actions on Benghazi. Mr. Kelly had nothing derisive to say about the attacks during George Bush's presidency. I wonder what Mr. Kelly would have to say about these events.
If President Bush had taken a briefing that warned of a potential attack seriously, the twin towers might be standing today. Instead, 2,977 killed.
Then, June 15, 2002, U.S. consulate in Karachi, Pakistan, attacked: at least 10 killed, 51 injured.
And, 2004, U.S. consulate in Saudi Arabia attacked: nine killed.
And, Sept. 13, 2006, U.S. Embassy in Syria attacked.
Come on, Mr. Kelly, what do you have to say about these attacks? Are you silent when it comes to the ineptitude of the Bush administration?