Sunday, October 28, 2012
Below find an email I sent to Carly Fiorina for having the "cajones" in bringing up the Benghazi cover-up as sufficient to question why the American public should trust president obama. Ms. Fiorina, “Carly”, Thank you for having the Leadership “Cajones” (you know what I mean), for bringing attention to the NBC viewing audience; your comments this morning on Meet The Press, the issue being presidential “trust” or in the case of president obama (no caps intended), a president for whom I have no trust! As a retired veteran, I and others stand ready to support any and all actions you will develop over the coming days to point out the cowardice and criminal conduct exhibited by the president, the vice president, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of State and anyone else in the chain of command who were derelict in their duties in allowing four brave American heroes to die needlessly in Benghazi in the service of our country. I further state that David Gregory is a coward and a hack with no journalist integrity to cut you off in your remarks critical of the obama administration’s conduct in the Benghazi coverup! Where is the “media” on this cover up of facts relating to the deaths of the Ambassador and three other American heroes? Leon Panetta is a disgrace in the eyes of every American fighting man when he claims he didn’t have sufficient intelligence to act. Tyrone Woods had battlefield intelligence and he acted upon it giving up his life in the process. How dare this Secretary of Defense, the man with the most powerful fighting force known in history, lie to America about his cowardice in the face of hostilities! When lives are at stake, American fighting men fight to save and rescue our fellow Americans who cannot defend themselves. Panetta is a despicable coward who lacks integrity and has no moral courage! He should be put in prison, as should all who had a hand in letting these four brave Americans die. They were abandoned! Abandoned by the President of the United States, the Commander in Chief who had the responsibility and moral responsibility to save their lives. I am ashamed of these people. I call for the leadership of this country; business, governors, media, citizens – Republican or Democrat or whatever party affiliation, to denounce the actions and the dereliction of duty by this president. Denounce him now! Demand this president be held accountable under the laws of the United States of America or the UCMJ, whichever can be accomplished sooner!