You don't find the whole situation suspicious? General Ham relieved of his duty and Rodriguez promoted? Maybe this was just a coincidence that it occurred shortly after the Benghazi attack and people ran with it, but it is interesting.
Who knows? What's absurd is the gullibility of people here over an unsourced internet post. "someone inside the military that I trust entirely?" Come on, now. Even if you guys want this stuff to be true, you can do better than that. Unless you're one of the parties involved, or someone very, very close to the situation, you don't know what happened with this change of command. And it's almost a metaphysical certainty that none of those people are talking to a member of the poliboard.
Remember the supposed bombshell that was supposed to break last week? That one was traced back to Mckay's buddy Chris Holton on TOS. Nothing ever came of it, either.
The truth of what happened in Libya will eventually come out. This isn't the place it will show up first.
ETA: If you've read speculation somewhere, or if someone told you their pet theory, just say so and label it as such for the rest of us to take it FWIW. Hell, it could be true, although it probably isn't. Don't try to pass yourself off as a secret squirrel with access to classified info. Anybody who's even nominally rational won't take you seriously.
This post was edited on 10/27 at 2:25 pm