"I really believe that tragedies like what happened in Benghazi should be viewed in a non-political way," Clinton continued. "Please don't blame me." Actually she urged us to all pull together as Americans.
When asked if initial reports indicated that there had been an intelligence failure, Clinton said she didn't want to engage in a "Blame Game".
So what is this "Blame Game" that Hillary refers to? A quick search of Google headlines reveals what this blame game is really all about:
Hillary Blames Bush for Economy
Hillary Blames Bush for North Korean Nukes
Hillary Blames Bush for Afghanistan Problems
Hillary Blames Bush for Katrina
Hillary Blames Bush for Closed Factory
Hillary Blames Bush for Blackout
Hillary Blames Nigeria's Leaders for Extremism
Hillary Blames Israel for Mid-East Woes
Hillary Blames Arafat for West Asia Violence
Hillary Blames US for Violence in Mexico
Hillary Blames Obama's Out of Control Spending on Bush
Hillary Blames Bad US Image on Pro-Wrestling
Hillary Blames Iranian Victims for Suffering Caused by Sanctions
Hillary Blames Speculators for High Gas Prices
Hillary Blames CO2 for Fires
Hillary Blames Baywatch for Poor Middle-Eastern Relations
And last but not least... Hillary Blames White house for False Statement on Libya Attack!
"What we want to do is get to the bottom of what happened, figure out what we're going to do to protect people and prevent it from happening again, and then track down whoever did it and bring them to justice...after we have safely secured the election," Clinton said.
You see, culpability is irrelevant when it's an election year and even more so when it is probable that you are at least partially to blame.
The Blame Game... so long as you don't blame me!