Kind of a stupid question to keep asking after I have said that we should have never had anyone there in the first place, I certainly wouldn't have any of my family in an unstable foreign country but there it is. As for Clinton's answer, after being asked & answering the same thing turned around & inside out it kind of gets redundant. After the fact is just that as sad as it is once someone is dead they stay that way, asking the same thing over & over will never change that fact, instead just maybe they should be asking how if at all possible they can all work together to try & prevent it from ever happening again. It's just like Congress voting to end the H.C. Bill one would think that after a couple of times with no gains in the votes they would catch on & quit wasting time & money, maybe use that money towards funding for better embassy protection. Sorry I mistakenly thought that you may be a lowly prison guard I had no idea you were in management, I thought from the way you talked in the pass that you were right there in the trenches, you still get paid for your services.
Sorry Sam, missed your post. Of course, I have many things to do through out the day besides peruse forums. Yesterday was spent on a very special lady in my life, so this was low on the things to do list.
At any rate, I find it interesting that you are the king boss of your family and have complete control over what every one does for a living, where they are at all times, and where they are allowed to be. I don't have that power over my entire family, so I could completely put myself in their shoes. If that were my family, I would want justice, not excuses. If one of my sons or my daughter were an US ambassador, I would be pretty proud. But that is just me. I would also be proud if they were jumping out of helicopters in the middle of hell to save fellow Americans or whoop some enemy ass. But again, that is just me.
Wow, again you put a group of dedicated individuals down. First it was US troops fighting an unnecessary war (we must lump everyone who enlisted after 9/11, and there were PLENTY) and now a group of men entrusted in the care, custody, and control of convicted felons. Batting 1000 aren't we Sam? Lowly prison guard. I would love to introduce you to some of my friends Sam, I think you would all get along splendidly.
When you assume Sam, you...well you know. Every single housing unit, or cell block, inside a prison has multiple personnel working in close quarters with inmates. Hands on so to speak. They don't all wear a uniform. As a matter of fact, there are employees in charge of each housing unit and they aren't Corrections Officers. They wear a suit and tie to work every day, and they are on the block, around inmates, all day every day.
And yes, I do get paid for my services. Just like US soldiers do theirs.