Thursday, October 18, 2012

A One-Word Answer

So, Mr. President, which was it--an "act of terror" or "spontaneous response" to a YouTube video?

You can't have it both ways. The murders of our ambassador and three other Americans in the Benghazi attack on September 11, 2012, demand one answer. There is only one answer, and you have to choose one: terrorism or video.

Don't start rambling off-topic about how much "our diplomats" mean to you. Just answer the question. For once in your presidency, man up. It's not a hard question, and it has a one-word answer. Was the attack: a) terrorism, or b) video?

You claimed in the October 16 debate that misleading charges about Benghazi are "offensive" to you. Well, I find it offensive that you've done nothing but throw a load of baloney about this brutal and deliberate attack on America at the U.S. voters in a sorry attempt to drag yourself across the Election Day finish line.

But the timeline speaks for itself. If you won't answer the question, the facts will answer for you. Come November 6, it might be time for you to hit your own "reset" button. Not a moment too soon for the country.