The writer of “Why ignore Benghazi” seems to be questioning why the news coverage of the attacks on the US Consulate in his mind was not as aggressive as the bombing at the Boston Marathon. While both events were horrific in their own way and as information becomes available the coverage will increase and continue. The writer states that he is confused as to why Benghazi received less coverage than it deserved with the assertion that the government was providing false or misleading information, which has been debunked by congressional hearing. I believe both have receive extensive coverage and this is nothing more than a lame political attempt to cast unfounded suspicion on the current administration. If the writer was concerned about incomplete media coverage on attacks on US Embassies why didn’t he question the news coverage of the seven US Embassies and Consulates that were attacked between 2002 through 2008?
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