“I don’t trust you any more,” cried the mother of a slain State Dept. employee Sean Smith. She was promised by President Obama, Vice President Biden, Secretary of State Clinton, and Defense Secretary Panetta that they would tell her what had happened to her son.
They didn’t. They won’t.
“I cried on Obama’s shoulder,” she said. “Then he kind of just looked off into the distance. That was worthless to me.”
While congressional hearings continue in an attempt to find out what really happened in Benghazi, our ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, did not feel compelled to extend any condolences to the families of those killed. Oh, but she did post several tweets about her concerns for the lesbian and gay community.
Rice spent an entire Sunday news cycle repeating the Administration’s politically motivated claim that the Benghazi attack was caused by an obscure film trailer released in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, the Democrat political attack plan du jour is to attempt to brand Mitt Romney as a liar because he didn’t say the things his attackers said that he said.
There’s a time for politics and a time to just tell the truth. Too bad it’s never the same time.
Tom Balek – Rockin’ the Right Side