A former Federal prosecutor from the Southern District of Manhattan, Andrew McCarthy, and the lead prosecutor in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center called Obama's actions in the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi a "shocking dereliction of duty."<quoted text>Show where Obama lied, Doofus Lou--the Congressional investigative report on Benghazi says otherwise that there was no evidence that the Obama Administration lied, tried to lie, deceive , or otherwise cover-up the government's actions. No matter how much wine you drink tonight , how drunk you get, how many ways you try to blur the facts of history , you can't. Too many witnesses say you're full of caca. ;-)
McCarthy said, "Dereliction of duty is an impeachable offense. But this is the most gross dereliction of duty under these circumstances from a commander in chief and his immediate subordinates that I ever remember seeing in my experience. And we haven't gotten an explanation if there were coherent reasons why no action was taken."