This past Friday, the House Intelligence Committee released a report that dismisses many of the speculative claims about the performance of the Obama Administration regarding the events of 9/11/2012, while still allowing that security for our diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, was not as good as it should have been.
This is why I think Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) has it right when he suggests that the House Select Committee, which is on-going, shift its focus to what we can do in future to secure our diplomatic personnel abroad. I don't think it's any insult to the past to look forward about how we can correct the errors of the past. I'm not sure there's much more to be gained by combing over already picked-apart ground. What matters should be doing things better.