Monday, October 22, 2012

SCOAMF Votes "Present." Americans Die

Some of you thought that the acronym SCOAMF was too harsh because it stood for "Stuttering Clusterf**k Of A Miserable Failure."

Every word is accurate.  Deadly accurate.

On September 11, at about 10 p.m. Libyan time (4 p.m. in Washington), Ambassador Chris Stevens and a small staff were inside our consulate in Benghazi when terrorists attacked. The consulate staff immediately contacted Washington and our embassy in Tripoli. The White House, the Pentagon, the State Department, and numerous military headquarters monitored the entire battle in real time via the phone calls from Benghazi and video from a drone overhead.

Our diplomats fought for seven hours without any aid from outside the country. Four Americans died while the Obama national-security team and our military passively watched and listened.

Writing a fund-raiser speech?  Mulling over next year's NCAA tournament possibilities?  Beer with Biden?

...By 4:30 p.m. Washington time, the main consulate building was on fire and Ambassador Stevens was missing...At 5 p.m., President Obama met with Vice President Biden and Secretary of Defense Panetta in the Oval Office

Fighter jets could have been at Benghazi in an hour; the commandos inside three hours. If the attackers were a mob, as intelligence reported, then an F18 in afterburner, roaring like a lion, would unnerve them

But Mr. Stuttering Failure watched the live-feed instead of issuing orders.

...It is bewildering that no U.S. aircraft ever came to the aid of the defenders. If even one F18 had been on station, it would have detected the location of hostiles firing at night and deterred and attacked the mortar sites. For our top leadership, with all the technological and military tools at their disposal, to have done nothing for seven hours was a joint civilian and military failure of initiative and nerve.


It was SCOAMF doing what he does best:  voting "Present."

1 comment:

Saint Revolution said...

OMuslimTheocratWannabe IS the clear and present danger.