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President Obama’s slick evasion techniques perfected during his first term of office will be a marked highlight of his second term. He learned well from his mentors, the Clintons. The words have been changed a little but the effect is the same. In President Obama’s case the words have been changed from the all too familiar “I don’t remember” to “I didn’t know about it.” The five words, “I didn’t know about it” marks his administration’s legacy. The Obama “No-Fault” policy will erase Truman’s “the buck stops here” from the annals of modern American history.
The President’s Department of Justice (DOJ) and his Department of Homeland Security (DHS) knew nothing about the “Fast & Furious” operation which was sending thousands of guns across our international border with Mexico. President Obama told America and our friends to the south, “I didn’t know about it,” but he found it necessary to claim executive privilege in order to protect himself and his accomplices. His claims of ignorance exonerated him and his accomplices from responsibility for the deaths of two federal agents and more than 300 innocent Mexican civilians. The main street media supported the administration’s “no-fault” claims without question.
Months prior to President Obama’s re-election bid, America lost our Libyan ambassador and three of his associates in Benghazi. It was the first time in 33 years we had an ambassador killed while serving his country. The Benghazi battle was waged for 7 hours and there was only one conversation between our Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, and the President! We still don’t know where the President was for those seven hours. There are no pictures or emails placing him in the Situation Room while our people were dying. No evidence has been produced by the administration confirming his self-professed order to do whatever needed “to make sure they’re safe.”
The President and his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, claimed, “I didn’t know about it” when asked about whether they received Ambassador Stevens’ August 16th cable which warned that they were in grave danger and that they wouldn’t be able to protect themselves if they were attacked. So many questions have been asked and yet so few answers have been given.
Many of the most important questions on Benghazi were never asked by the President’s fawning media friends. President Obama’s “no-fault” policy was even more effective in the Benghazi case than it was during the “Fast & Furious” investigation. Hillary Clinton’s angry “What difference … does it make?” response to congressional investigators told the whole story. No one in the administration cared about the facts, the failures or the accountability. Congress and the media allowed the perps to walk with a glowing “thank you” and a fond farewell ’til 2016.
“What difference at this point does it make?” she angrily asked. Four Americans gave their lives in service to our country. How did that question make their grieving families feel? It’s difficult to believe that the main stream media would swallow those words from our Secretary of State without vomiting. They gulped the rancid liquid despite its foul taste.
President Obama’s “no-fault” policy won again. And there was no outrage from the main stream media who chose to ignore the Benghazi questions during the President’s re-election campaign. The important questions remain unanswered. Many of them have never been posed to the people who paid to know. Those responsible have been exonerated by the “I didn’t know about it” words and the flawless execution of President Obama’s “no-fault” policy.
In the last few days we heard about hundreds (some say more than 2,000) of illegal aliens being released from detention. White House Press Secretary, Jay Carney, told the nation that the White House was not involved.
“This was decision made by career officials at ICE without any input from the White House, as a result of uncertainty over the continuing resolution, as well as possible sequestration.”
Department of Homeland Secretary, Janet Napolitano, said that the announcement of the release caught her by surprise. Our Secretary of Homeland Security said that she had no part in the decision:
“Detainee populations and how that is managed back and forth is really handled by career officials in the field.”
“Do I wish that this all hadn’t been done all of a sudden and so that people weren’t surprised by it? Of course.”
Napolitano was so innocent that she was “surprised” by the move. Her “I didn’t know about it” claim stretched beyond the release of the detainees. She didn’t even know why the detainees were being held. When asked why the detainees were in jail Ms. Napolitano flawlessly executed the Obama “no-fault” policy. Napolitano said,
“That’s a good question. I’ve asked the same question myself . . . so we’re looking into it.”
This administration has one-upped the Clinton legacy. The Obama administration has taken the fault-deflecting, Clintonesque phrase of “I don’t remember” and replaced it with a new “no-fault” policy. The entire administration is in the “good hands” of a fault-free insurance policy. It’s expensive, but as long as the administration keeps filing “no-fault” claims, the main stream media will keep testifying on their behalf.
The American people will keep paying the high premiums, the exhorbitant penalties and the budget-busting settlements. The “buck” of responsibility will never land on this President’s desk. President Obama will be remembered for having tossed Truman’s “the buck stops here” phrase from modern American history.
The big questions for those who write our history, as well as those who are living it:
Is the United States of America in “good hands?”
Would we be better advised to go with the more expensive “Mayhem” coverage?