“If President Mohamed Morsi wants a single dime of American aid,” writes Michael Rubin in Commentary:
he should arrest every single Egyptian who violated the embassy walls. Remember, when the U.S. embassy in Tehran was seized on November 4, 1979, it was actually the second attack on the embassy. A few months earlier, Iranians had violated the embassy grounds and Carter administration inaction had convinced them that they could get away with it again. There can be no excuses, nor should President Obama or the Congress accept any.
Read the whole thing.
SIDE-BAR: Fascinating how our legacy media focus on the supposed inappropriateness of Romney’s criticism of the administration’s action and not on the administration’s own inept response.