October 30, 2012

Dereliction of Duty

Barack Hussein Obama likes to remind us that HE is POTUS -President of the United States- and Commander-in-Chief.

The buck stops with him. Supposedly.

On September 11th terrorists attacked the American consulate in Libya and murdered 4 Americans. 

At first we were told it was a spontaneous protest of a You Tube video that had taken an ugly turn. Susan Rice, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Hussein Obama wanted us to believe this.

Now we know that was a lie. 
Now we know that help was requested. And denied.

The Intelligence community was the first to be thrown under the bus.
Then Hillary Clinton threw herself under the bus.

What bus is this you ask.
It's the Barack Hussein Obama Re-election Campaign Bus, of course.

Barack Hussein Obama - President, Commander-in-Chief, Buck-stopper  Buck-Passer - has done nothing about the Libyan terrorist attack except to interrupt his campaign-and-talk-show tour long enough to meet the caskets at the airport.

Oh, my bad. That was a Photo op.

Then he goes on Comedy Central and  called the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi “not optimal” during the taping of “The Daily Show.”

Here's what's not optimal, POTUS (=Piece of totally uncompetent sh*t), the fact that Bubba Clinton was impeached (by the House) for lying to Congress about sex ... and you not only allow the murders of 4 Americans, you lie about it and have others lie about it and there are no impeachment proceedings (yet).

The father of former SEAL Tyrone Woods, murdered in Benghazi, sent this message to Barack Obama:

“It’s better to die a hero than live a coward.”

Former National Security Adviser Bud McFarlane added this on Obama’s non-response to the Benghazi 9-11 terrorist attack:
“To have known what he had available, to have known that Americans were under fire, and to have done nothing, is dereliction of duty that I have never seen in a Commander in Chief from a president of any party. Outrageous.”

 Requietum en pacem

John Christopher Stevens

Sean Smith
Air Force veteran who worked as an information management specialist for the State Department;

 Glen A. Doherty
Former Navy SEAL who worked for a private security firm and was protecting the consulate in Benghazi

Tyrone S. Woods
Former Navy SEAL who had served protective duty in various U.S. posts

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