On five Sunday television talk shows, the Obama administration sent out senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer to downplay the three recent scandals: AP, IRS and Benghazi. His claim that the still-unanswered question of where President Obama was and what he did was irrelevant, since Obama was in contact with his staff, was particularly outrageous.
Despite the fact that we were attacked last Sept. 11 and four Americans, including our ambassador, were murdered, we still have no clear answer or evidence that the president was actively involved, if at all. Ironically, when Osama bin Laden was killed, we couldn’t get enough pictures of Obama in the Situation Room. What we do know is the president left early the next day to attend three fundraisers in Las Vegas. I suppose that was more relevant than where our commander-in-chief was the night we were attacked.
Carl Manzelli, Miami