Beltway reporters swooned when Hillary testified that she took personal responsibility for the Benghazi terrorist attacks.
Noticeably missing from Secretary Clinton's statement was that she'd failed the 4 American patriots that were murdered by the terrorists that day. Noticeably missing from Secretary Clinton's statement was that these murders were preventable.
To illustrate the difference between how this administration handled this preventable tragedy and how the CEO of a major corporation would've handled a catastrophe, let's picture the head of cybersecurity at this corporation being repeatedly told that their security needed beefing up because the sofware is outdated.
Then let's picture that hackers compromised the cybersecurity, costing the corporation 10s of millions of dollars.
First, there's no doubt that the CEO would've immediately terminated the director of cybersecurity.
Next, the press would've been reporting from Day One that the head of cybersecurity a) failed to do his/her job and b) cost shareholders and the corporation a fortune because he/she didn't act on a major threat to the corporation.