And how did Republicans react to Secretary Clinton's being accountable and asking that the cynical political gaming about this incident, long before the investigation into what happened has been completed, be set the fuck aside for a minute?
Her remarks drew a quick response from three Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee, including ranking member John McCain.But naturally only when a Democratic President is in office. I don't remember a lot of bucks stopping at the desk of George W. Bush.
Clinton's statement of responsibility was "a laudable gesture, especially when the White House is trying to avoid any responsibility whatsoever," the Arizona senator said in a joint broadside with Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire. However, they added, "The security of Americans serving our nation everywhere in the world is ultimately the job of the commander-in-chief. The buck stops there."
And I sure as shit don't recall his Secretaries of State taking responsibility for anything, either.