Today, the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing entitled, "Terrorist Attack in Benghazi: The Secretary of State's View." Congressman Trey Radel (FL-19) had the following comments on Secretary Clinton's testimony before the Committee:
"On September 11, 2012, four Americans lost their lives in a terrorist attack at our consulate in Benghazi. Now, four months later, there is still a stunning lack of answers coming from the State Department. Having been both a private sector employer and employee, I am baffled the individuals responsible for the mismanagement of this attack are not only still employed, they are being paid with hard earned tax dollars. Where I used to work, if you didn't do your job, you were fired. Not reassigned to another job, not asked to take a temporary vacation, but fired. I will continue to demand accountability, not only at the State Department, but at all levels of the federal government"