Not to worry, all is well:
Petraeus is said to be focused now on his family, but the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee has said the timing of [Petraeus'] resignation suggests a coverup.
That chairman would be Rep. Peter King, the Frank Gaffney award-winning conspiracy theorist who has, among other delusions, declared that "80 percent of U.S. mosques are 'controlled by radical imams.' " Now, praise be, Peter is all over this Petraeus thing.
As will be the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, on which sits the contemplative Mad Dog Mike Kelly--"I am appalled by the dereliction of duty that’s taken place by this administration. We’ve got to get to the bottom of this" Benghazi episode, says he--and naturally we'll be seeing much, much more of that embodiment of political selflessness, the Oversight Committee's Darrell Issa, who has promised to "expand the focus of the investigation of the [Benghazi] attack," now that Gen. Petraeus lies wounded under the glittering stars of investigative publicity.
Hence all is well, pretty much normal; we've at least two more years of Republican House freaks, circus barkers and fan dancers.