Skip to comments.WH: 'Offensive' to Question Obama's Actions During Benghazi
Posted on 05/19/2013 8:41:38 AM PDT by Nachum
Going on the offensive about President Obamas mysterious whereabouts during the Benghazi terrorist attacks of September 11, 2012 that resulted in the deaths of four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens, White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer said it was offensive for anyone to question whether the White House could have done more. The assertion from Republicans that Obama was not responsive enough during the attack, said Pfeiffer, is offensive.
The premise of [the question on Obamas whereabouts], Pfeiffer explained, is that somehow there was something that could have been done differently and would have changed the outcome here. The accountability review board has looked at this, people have looked at it.
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Blacks have learned over the last fifty years that they are above the law. Especially since the laws were made by “Old White Guys.” Learn to live with black governance like those poor souls in Rhodesia.(Zimbabwe for those that do not know history.)
and the Cock crowed a third time
Just for the sake of argument, let's say that Obama did tell the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs to take action and protect the people in Benghazi. Obviously, that directive was never carried out. If that's the case, why didn't Obama go ballistic over the fact that his order was ignored? Why wasn't someone (or several people) relieved of their command or otherwise diciplined over this? What kind of Commander in Chief would just shrug his shoulders and say "oh, well", after his direct order was ignored by the military? It just doesn't add up.
Hilarious! This is like watching a Monty Python clip.
All the clowns reacting to questioning their god.
This crap about im offended is just that, such crap. I frequently have to tell my clients who have picked up that mantra that the world does not guarantee them a right to not be offended.
Another equally annoying one is
” You have disrespected me “
The man in the White House is offensive to do nothing while four people died and a bunch of bastards who killed them walked away. Obama is a do-nothing. He could have sent help but didn’t. Why not?
I kinda am a little perturbed, though about Limbaugh's “low information voter thing.”
To my mind they, the leeches, aren't ‘low information’; they just plain don't give a flying flip, and in a lot of cases, they KNOW full well what is going on but don't care because actual work, ethics, and civic duty is the last thing on their mind. They gettin’ paid.
They actually tacitly approve of the children they acknowledge playing games like ‘knock-out’, 'flash looting a convenience store and the like. But they're ‘still good kids, just now turning their lives around.... The others are just EBT leeches sucking off the 85+ entitlement programs and 'in your face' defiant about how 'we' OWE them because they exist.
They get off on Obama sticking it to old white men and Tea Partiers and those that actually believe in God. An America they'd ever pick up a gun to defend or give that last full measure of devotion is the farthest thing from their collective imbecilic minds.
The condescending manner in which Miller treated those questioning him at the H&W committee, and now this Pfieffer dude (especially when on FNC!), show the utter contempt zero and his "people" feel for anyone who dares to question Dear Leader.
Barry was not voted in by a large margin, and when you factor in the outright fraud (multiple or dead Dem votes, etc ) combined with the voter and even campaign suppression represented by this IRS attack on conservatives, probably Obama would not have won. Because Romney was a lousy candidate with no program, he didn’t generate a cheat-proof margin.
The president of the United States is offensive.
Of course it is offensive to him. To be otherwise would invite more questions and possibly put himself over the 10% limit that the white hut has given underlings to devote this string of scandals.
In the eyes of this administration all of this is “irrelevant”.
Classical muslim response!
they’re grasping at straws
“Accountability Review Board” — the very thought of such a thing in government makes my sides hurt from laughing so much. Why should we listen to government crooks exonerating government shysters? They’re all birds of a feather.
Now I’m intrigued.
Could it be where Obama was on that night would be a bigger scandal than Benghazi (at least from a public relations perspective)?
The offensive offense seems to suggest this may be the case.
It is basic Management 101 that when you give a subordinate an order or correction, you FOLLOW UP to make sure the action was done.
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