Posted by Tina
Most of the American people know very little about the military so it is not at all surprising that the current administration could claim that our military could not respond to attacks on Benghazi in less that 9 to 12 hours and get away with it…so sorry, it just couldn’t be done. But some Americans probably felt uneasy when told this explanation and others may have thought it just wasn’t plausible…something didn’t sound right. Objections aren’t generally raised, however, when unease and questions of plausibility are the main arguments. Most shrug, it’s up to others to figure this out. And yet there remains that persistent nagging thought: What do you mean the US military couldn’t respond? We’re talking the United States Military here…what about our elite response teams? What about the military as a band of brothers…what about the, “I got your back” mentality?
Indeed. What about it?
If you’re one of those Americans who, for whatever reason, doesn’t quite buy the administrations story about Benghazi you need to read “U.S. Military: We Could Have Saved Ambassador Stevens,” by Jonathon Moseley – The American Thinker. Do so and your unease will turn to anger, your discomfort will turn to sadness and feelings of deep inexplicable betrayal.
Think of it…our government playing like our military could not possibly respond. I know what military guys would say about that…NFW!
Something is terribly rotten in DC.