Friday, November 2, 2012

Benghazi Scandal: No Man Left Behind

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Obama said that America's strong because, "We leave nobody behind." But that's exactly what his administration did when four Americans were killed in Benghazi, Libya, two months ago.

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Jeff Steinberg's in-depth presentation on Obama's Benghazi 9/11 at Friday's historic press conference, keynoted by Lyndon LaRouche, held at the National Press Club, Washington , D. C.

Benghazigate is bigger than Watergate! The media is AWOL, the Democratic Party is stonewalling until after the election, and the American people want to know the truth.

Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS), a former Marine, told Greta Van Susteren last night that at every town hall he's held this month veterans want to know more about the Benghazi massacre and coverup. Roberts is concerned that the military no longer trusts that Obama has their back after he left the SEALs in Benghazi to die without any air support.

Former head of Senate Select Committee on Intelligence urges Obama to answer questions on Libya attack, questions administration's commitment to 'no man left behind.'

Veterans are angered and disgusted by Obama's handling of Benghazi, according to Senator and Veteran, John McCain. Sen. McCain also said, Obama's foreign policy is failing because he doesn't know what leadership is all about.

Story: 'Troubling' Surveillance Before Benghazi Attack

Sensitive documents found amid the wreckage of the U.S. consulate shine new light on the Sept. 11 assault that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

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No man left behind? He did it before...


Spud said...

Name one time that the Military has been able to react in this short a period. Shit happens, that is a fact. This veteran Thinks that the same man who jumped all over the chance to go after Bin Laden is not what you are describing.

covertress said...

I think you're missing the point here, Spud, when you say, "shit happens."

This was the known assassination of a United States Ambassador.

The faces in the situation room were notably absent during this seven hour event.

Spud said...

Point being , that shit sometimes happens which we are powerless to control.