"...bumps in the road." (Barry Moore)
Oh how I remember with incredulity and anger, and also sadness, that cruel and indifferent statement said by President Obama in referring to the Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate and how the incident should be viewed in relation to the president’s overall “Middle East and North Africa plan.”
The families of the Americans killed at Benghazi deserve to know the truth about this ugly stain upon America’s honor. “Stain,” not “bump,” is the right word.
It’s startling how few media outlets are keeping this story alive these days. Why? In my view it’s because they are afraid of what their reporters might find out and to whom it might lead.
The story should be aggressively pursued by Congress and the press until the truth is fully known. Is it just me or do you also get the sense this is not the case?
I think the incompetent(s) involved in this debacle at the White House and the State Department (led by the “What difference...does it make!” secretary of state), and [extra] shamefully maybe even the Pentagon and/or the CIA, that watched the almost eight hour long battle and eventual deaths of the four Americans on live streaming video, while doing nothing past being observers and maybe conducting some handwringing, rises questions of impeachment.
The cowards who dithered while the walls were breached should be scorned by a nation—if we ever find out who they are. Truth must win out over fiction.
I’ve tried, unsuccessfully, to locate who wrote this poem floating around on social media. The Internet chatter says it’s an unknown Marine Corps officer, but whoever it might be, thank you for writing it. It sums up nicely what I think the majority of the nation feels (especially the bravery of our SEALS):
Benghazi Poem (Barry Moore)
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