What amazes me about this whole thing is A: They had to change their story so many times, and B: They weren't smart enough to realize they should stop and wait until they got the real story. And not just one of them, several of them got it wrong. And they did it under the guise that they wanted to be the most transparent and get the information out faster than anyone else. A bad recipe for any intelligence scenario. I'm not impressed at all. Seems the only people who got it right were the team that went in to the compound and the ground level intelligence folks. The only thing the president and the rest of the administration did right was push play. I wouldn't be surprised if we found out that this whole thing was more of a debacle than we suspect, it just worked out right in the end because of the effort of those ground level troops and intelligence staff. Then again, we may not want to know. Then again, again, it will make for a great "Lifetime" movie one of these days.