2012 Presidential Election, Barack Obama, Media, Middle East

Obama goes to bed during Benghazi but pulls ‘all-nighter’ for campaign

-by Geoff Caldwell-

Desperation. Not to save American lives,
but desperate to remain in power.

Why did President Obama go to bed as usual during the Benghazi consulate attack that cost 4 American citizens their lives but now brags about pulling an “all-nighter” in Vegas for his re-election campaign?

The sad truth is that we will probably never know those truths.

Obama’s sure not going to explain why his campaign schedule and a good night’s sleep was more important than protecting Americans trapped in a terrorist attack and so far no one else is talking.

While we now know that the White House situation room was informed within the hour of the start of the Benghazi attack we have not a clue as to why the President of the United States, showed no interest in demanding the who, what, when and where that might have allowed the military to save the lives of at least the two Navy Seals at the secondary annex and possibly even the lives of Ambassador Stevens and Sean Smith as well.

From what we DO know, Hillary Clinton and her State Department could shed light on much of it, but so far has shown her priority to be more about protecting her legacy than it does about doing her duty.  (Well, she IS a Clinton.)

While the truth may still come out before the election, Hillary is making damn sure she is not remembered as the one who sank the Presidency of one Barack Hussein Obama.  (And with all her experience with Bill’s bimbo’s, I have no doubt she can keep her mouth shut as long as she has to.)

The beginning of this Chuck Todd First Look video clip is a compilation of various Obama campaign comments on the trail but the money quote is from the Las Vegas stop where the President brags about his dedication to the campaign:

“We’re pulling an all-nighter.  No sleep.  And if you’re not going to sleep, you might as well be in Vegas.

So do we understand you correctly Mr. President?

It’s  “no sleep”, if the cause is the campaign and retaining the perks of power.

But it’s “must sleep”, if the cause is a terrorist attack interrupting that campaign and retention of power.

From tampabay.com comes this gem from Dear Leader himself at an early morning rally in Ybor City, FL:

“It comes down to trust … who you can trust to make sure that when something unexpected happens, he or she is going to be thinking about your families, your future,” Obama told the enthusiastic crowd at Ybor Centennial Park. “Trust matters. And Florida, you know me, you know I say what I mean and I mean what I say. We haven’t finished all the work that we set out to do in 2008. But every single day when I set foot in that Oval Office, I’m thinking of you.”

Trust?  Trust Mr. President?  Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods trusted you as their Commander-in-Chief and that didn’t do them much good now did it?

And as for that setting foot in the Oval Office bit?  We’ve got a better chance of hitting one of those Vegas slot machine jackpots than we do of finding you actually IN the Oval office on any given day of late.

But even on one of the rare days when you WERE in the Oval Office, the day of the Benghazi attacks, it appears that the only one you were truly “thinking” about was yourself and your own comfortable bed.

Because even with what little we do know, you thought so little of the lives of those caught in the attack that you didn’t even bother to stay up a few minutes past bedtime to find out what options were available.

Hell, even Big Bird would have thought to bring in his binder full of bayonets and ask if any of those airplanes that land on air craft carriers could be used to deliver the sharp end of said bayonets right up the a$$es of those terrorists.

Yep, Big Bird would have thought American lives were important enough to “pull an all-nighter” for, why didn’t you?

Now I ask all of you to watch again the video below comparing a real leader to our current faux leader.  Email it, facebook it, twitter it, copy it, embed it, or whatever, just please share it with as many people as possible.

Because when you “think” about it, it truly IS that important.

Geoff Caldwell


11 thoughts on “Obama goes to bed during Benghazi but pulls ‘all-nighter’ for campaign

  1. How can anyone vote for this coward? The left claims to have a corner on the “heart” market. Truth is, they are a bunch of stone cold, power-hungry people with no regard for life, born or unborn. To know what was happening to 4 Americans (likely watching it unfold himself through live-feed security cameras) and then just head off to bed is just chilling. It is hard to imagine. Ladies and gentlemen; your President of the United States of America. How proud are you?

    Posted by Cucciolo | October 25, 2012, 2:43 pm
  2. FYI, in the blog you linked to claiming President Obama “went to bed” the night of the Benghazi, they offer no evidence to back up this claim. The author makes the same claim but provides no evidence to prove it. You can fault him all you want for keeping his campaign schedule during this crisis (decent argument there) but you have provided no evidence he simply went to bed that night instead or that he stayed up all night watching the crisis unfold. Either provide some evidence of this specific act of carelessness or I suggest you change the title of your piece.

    Posted by wmpenn09 | October 25, 2012, 5:17 pm
  3. WMPENN09 – I’d suggest that Obama clear up any misconceptions by answering to the American people about what happened. It’s pretty clear that he knows if we had the questions answered, he’d have to hire a moving truck. That’s so inconvenient. But then inconvenience isn’t one of Obama’s favorite things. Otherwise he’d have dealt with the inconvenience of canceling his fundraiser in Las Vegas the day after a terror attack. But that was just too inconvenient. Al Gore spoke of an inconvenient truth. I think he was speaking about Obama’s presidency.

    Posted by Gladys | October 27, 2012, 9:01 am


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