Ok, jettio. Let's look at it from the best light possible for the Obama administration.
Ambassador Stevens screws up, and suddenly, he's stuck in Benghazi. He now knows he is trapped and he needs help.
The Obama administration is listening in and sits on their hands for a number of hours while relief troops are chomping at the bit to go in.
Then, the Obama administration lies to the American people about the whole thing being caused by what is essentially a terrorist "flash mob"---which would be completely unpredictable.
Not coincidentally, these lies are clearly undertaken to preserve Obama's perceived competency before an election.
Hillary Clinton screams "4 Americans are dead, what difference does it make?". The difference, Hillary, is the electorate very much has a right to know about an administration's job performance when they are asking for election to another term. While lying in this regard probably does not rise to impeachment, it's certainly bad political behavior. Presidents, like everyone else, can lie in situations where they have no legal duty to tell the truth.
The other question I have for Hillary is "Secretary Clinton, just what was your position on the public's "Right to know" when you were a legal council during the Watergate Hearings? And, why does it "not make a difference" today? Could that difference be related to the fact that you were trying to win power in 1974, while today, you're trying to protect the power you have earned?"