The daily STEW (Star-Telegram Editorial Writers): The Senate Intelligence Committee has issued a report on its investigation of the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, in which four Americans were killed, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Is it important to assess individual blame for the security lapses and other mistakes surrounding this tragedy?
Sure, right after we have hearings on the Iraq war debacle. Chris Brosovic
The problem is the aim of these investigations are to place blame instead of finding solutions. This is based in politicians looking at re-election and power instead of what is the best for the country. Unfortunately, the American people have bought into this type of “leadership” … Drew Slate
No matter where any blame lies it is important to review the Benghazi tragedy, identify any problems leading to, during and after the incident, and use that information to assure it doesn’t happen again. Lyle Schiele
It is important to find out who made the decisions that led up to the loss of life. Skip Halleck
Just another Republican witch hunt. Terry Bradley
The conservatives will use this to beat up politically on Hillary. Fair or unfair, they don’t care. They’ve finally got what they wanted. David Perkins