“We’re here to come home every night.”
Um, no, you're not. You're SUPPOSED to be doing the job of a lawman, risks and all, and if you think your personal safety is always first, then either you were badly trained, or you're a sorry lawman.
No, I don't know everything, this may be a lot more involved than the story lets on; that line still indicates a real problem.
Bob Owens, his opinion on the matter as well.
Last night, at Belle Isle Brewery with some friends, one of the screens had CNN on and one of the crawls was about the 'crime scene in Benghazi still not secured'. Well, it took how long for the people in charge to admit it was a planned attack, not about that idiot video? So how long might it take them to actually do something about 'securing the crime scene' that everybody in town has apparently been wandering through?
Last night proved once again: it's been dry, you badly need rain? It won't come as a nice, gentle rain, it'll lightning and rumble and pour like the cow on a flat rock. But it was rain.