Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) October 30, 2012
Yes. Yes he did. Speaking about Hurricane Sandy at the Red Cross yesterday, President Obama had the temerity to assert his so-called “leadership” in times of crisis and proclaimed that he leaves nobody behind:
Twitterers were disgusted that Obama could stand there and tout his commitment to protecting American lives after his shameful conduct following the attacks in Benghazi that left four brave men dead. Jetting off to Las Vegas and hawking sweatshirts instead of claiming responsibility is not leadership by any stretch of the imagination. And Americans, livid over Obama’s self-promotion and reckless disregard for the truth and for human life, absolutely let him have it:
Obama "leave nobody behind " Well I be damned. Now I'm pissed.—
J Mac (@57jmac) October 30, 2012
About the hurricane – "We leave nobody behind."
About 4 Americans dying brutally at hands of terrorists – "They're road bumps."—
Connie Christopher (@ConnieTN) October 30, 2012
Obama just said talking about storm, "America's tougher because we leave nobody behind", 4 dead in Benghazi say differently…..—
Greg Mayer (@HSAGreg) October 30, 2012
I could have sworn I heard Obama say "we leave nobody behind" re sandy. The hubris of this dude—
Joseph Russo III (@JosephRussoIII) October 31, 2012
"….we leave nobody behind" COUGHbenghaziCOUGHbullshitCOUGHCOUGHbenghaziCOUGHCOUGHbenghaziCOUGHCOUGHCOUGHbullshitCOUGHCOUGHblowmeCOUGHCOUGH—
Zap Rowsdower (@settlesdown) October 31, 2012
POTUS, 10/30: 'We leave nobody behind'*
* Unless you're an Ambassador or Navy Seal. Then you're on your own…—
Frank Miani (@FJM2425) October 31, 2012
Rightly so. His behavior has been nothing short of disgraceful.
This utterly deluded Twitterer saw Obama’s Red Cross photo-op as evidence of his skills as a leader:
President Obama at the Red Cross Headquarters: "We leave nobody behind." And that's why he will be President for four more years.—
The Obama Diary (@TheObamaDiary) October 30, 2012
Not if we have anything to say about it.