The Missing Hours


The Hammer of Kraut:

I think there is a bigger story here that will in time come out. The biggest scandal of all, the biggest question is what was the president doing in those eight hours. He had a routine meeting at five o’clock. He never after during the eight hours when our guys have their lives in danger, he never called the Secretary of Defense, he never calls the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, he never called the CIA Director, Who does he call? But five hours in he calls the Secretary of State. And after the phone call she releases a statement essentially about the video and how we denounce any intolerance. It looks as if the only phone call is to construct a cover story at a time when the last two Americans who died were still alive and fighting for their lives. There’s the scandal and that has to be uncovered.”


It would be irresponsible not to speculate.

Kevin DuJan thinks he has the answer:

If you’ve ever known anyone who is a drug addict, you’d see it’s obvious that Barack Obama was high on cocaine the night of Benghazi; it is the only logical explanation for his disappearance and the White House’s refusal to comment on what he was doing at the time. Since this was a night of great crisis for our country, the only logical reason that the White House won’t explain where the president was is if this man was high as a kite on illegal narcotics at the time.


Kevin thinks a coke binge is more likely than the theory that Obama was busy enjoying a tryst with Reggie Love and didn’t want to be disturbed. Kevin claims to have some inside information about Obama’s on-the-downlow proclivities back in Chicago but I can’t vouch for the reliability of his sources.

What I do know is that the White House refuses to account for Obama’s location and actions for several crucial hours on the night in question. He wasn’t making any campaign appearances and was supposedly somewhere in the White House.

What could he have been doing that they don’t want us to know about? What was more important than what was taking place in Benghazi?

Hmmm?


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97 Responses to The Missing Hours

  1. myiq2xu says:
    • votermom says:

      That’s a shame. I didn’t always agree with her but she’s quite fearless about bucking the establishment.
      And she seems to have been right about the govt being infiltrated by jihadist sympathizers.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I can hear the drums on the left beating now: “Yay, we got rid of her, now let’s focus on the next wingnut c**t and double down on vile.”

      Michele may be leaving Congress, but I don’t think we’ve heard the last of her.

      • fembotsforobama says:

        Me either. After hearing so much about how dumb she was, I sought videos of her on the TV shows. She’s that power woman who is no nonsense and knows her abilities. I was surprised to learn that she had been an IRS attorney. She has been a strong voice for these IRS scandals. Wonder where she’ll end up. I doubt we’ve heard the last from her.

        • elliesmom says:

          There’s an online petition out there to have her removed from the intelligence committee because she’s “too dumb”. But she’s a smart lady. I don’t agree with her on social issues, but I’ve never doubted that. Yet somehow Sheila Jackson Lee is the brightest bulb on the tree. It’s terrible how tribalism colors our assessment of people.

        • wmcb says:

          It’s true, elliesmom. MB is a smart, smart lady. You don’t get to be as successful an IRS attorney as she was without smarts. Progs can’t differentiate between “disagree with on X” and “dumb”.

          I think MB is a blinded, zealous, looney tune when it comes to social issues. Just as Sheila Jackson Lee is a blinded, zealous, looney tune when it comes to racial issues. I can see that Bachman has evidence of real smarts if you stay away from her morality hot buttons. She’s killer on govt accountability. Don’t want her as the sex police, though.

        • wmcb says:

          By “checked” you mean “submitted my resume and applied”, right? 😀

  2. Lulu says:

    I think the explanation is simple and staring us in the face. He get pissy when bugged while eating a waffle. He takes off at every opportunity for extended vacations, golfing, political jetting around. He had to be picked up and forced to attend the bin Laden meetings where he was photographed sitting in the corner in a slumped peevish slouch. There are no stories from staff about him calling people at midnight, having 6 am meetings, working people until they are ready to drop, reaching out to Congress to get what he wants, etc. This is a five day a week 10-5 guy. Then he is off both physically and mentally. He checks out unless he is attending a party that he is throwing for his buds. He doesn’t work hard, he coasts. All of this was evident before his nomination and election. He chaired an important Senate sub-committee and had ZERO meetings or even staff work done. Most of his adult life he has worked PART-TIME as a community organizer, state legislator (sessions only part of year), one course a semester night time law lecturer, etc. The call to Hillary was to CYA on why he was off-duty on a 24/7 on call job that he wanted. Most presidents (that I can recall) grow in stature on the job from experience. Not this guy. During Benghazi he was eating a waffle.

    • myiq2xu says:

      Truthfully, I think you’re right. There really is no mystery. He had a clear night on his schedule and simply did not wish to be disturbed so he told his staff to handle it themselves and don’t bother him. He was the only one who could authorize the use of force and no one dared to piss him off so they dithered rather than risk his wrath.

      Then it was too late.

      • Lulu says:

        Yeah. He is a screw off. And gets pissy when bothered with little details like governing or acting as CIC. It is lazy as but also very entitled attitude. He is entitled to his rest, free time and amusements. If, and I say if, he was drugging, it is the same entitlement attitude of his free time is his and he deserves to do whatever the hell he wants and the WH staff is all aware of it. There are a lot of people like that really. They do it to staff, spouses, their kids and wonder why they get in hot water. They always vastly over estimate their abilities too and think they can coast. No one can.

        • Lulu says:

          I also think he does a certain amount of work that is the quota in his head or according to his whim and then he is done for the day. I think he has a low tolerance for fatigue or aggravation such as talking to Netanyahu or Putin on the phone and then he is done. This is also why he won’t deal with Congress. He gets pissy and whiny and overwhelmed when pushed or challenged and then just stops and checks out. Who knows that it isn’t neurological or some kind of arrested development from adolescence. But as Benghazi shows it is dangerous.

        • leslie says:

          Lulu,
          that

          “. . . he does a certain amount of work that is the quota in his head or according to his whim and then he is done for the day.”

          is the best theory I’ve heard/read. I’ve seen this plenty of times working for the state. I don’t think it’s neurological. I think it’s something he learned growing up with his grandparents. Lots of kids are spoiled by their grandparents (or older parents) – and not in a good way. He spent way too much time getting away with laziness growing up in that world.
          I have an older neighbor who was an only child growing up with older parents. She has the same entitled, narcissistic attitude. Her dog barked incessantly and she cared not a whit about the disruption to the neighbors. But now, if someone close the door a little too noisily for her taste, she is posting notes all over the place demanding quiet. She sees nothing wrong with her demands – she is entitled to have quiet when she wants it.

      • DeniseVB says:

        A competent President with a competent staff would have said that night, do whatever it takes to protect our people, and it would have been done. Might have lost a few more lives, but the message would have been a strong one to the world. Don’t mess with us…..

        Seems the only ones who were fired so far were 2 Generals and an Admiral. Seems they disagreed with Obama’s “campaign plan”.

        • driguana says:

          Absolutely..but then again, Obama has no management experience so he wouldn’t have known how to direct his staff….a complete buffoon.

      • votermom says:

        He was the only one who could authorize the use of force and no one dared to piss him off so they dithered rather than risk his wrath.

        But does this align with the facts?
        Rescuing Americans is the default standing order – therefore someone gave the stand down order.
        Did he give the stand down order first and then go to bed & lock the door?

      • I tend to agree with Lulu as well. DeJan is a decent guy, but he hasn’t been right about anything so far. Remember how sure he was that Romney would elected? I would only put the odds at 80%, but he was 100% sure. I’ve been reading his stuff for years, and I just get the sense that he’s very angry and constantly reactive/lashing out. He has good reasons for being so angry, mind you, but it’s warped his sense of reality a bit.

    • driguana says:

      Totally agree with your assessment. If you look back at his so-called career, there are no accomplishments of any kind, no real experience, no hard work. He is a campaigning socializer. If there is a photo op, he’s there. If not, he’s not. Empty suit, empty chair fit his demeanor.

      • myiq2xu says:

        Bill Clinton is the opposite. He likes people and he’s a workaholic.

      • cynic says:

        It was known in the IL Senate, that Emil Jones made sure that Obama got to take credit for bills that he didn’t do much work on. A quote from the story:

        (snip)

        Jones appointed Obama sponsor of virtually every high-profile piece of legislation, angering many rank-and-file state legislators who had more seniority than Obama and had spent years championing the bills.

        http://www.houstonpress.com/2008-02-28/news/barack-obama-screamed-at-me/full/

        It seems to me that this has always been the story of his life. Someone does all the work, and he gets to take all the credit.

        • swanspirit says:

          That is a great story . I read that when he was still running for President the first time .That story is probably one of the few and rare real stories about Obama .
          I bet he has screamed at a lot of people who did something he didn’t like , like disturb him when he didn’t feel like being disturbed, and still does scream at people .
          I would bet he gave the stand down order , and that was that , for him . Or he was busy consulting his staff on how to cover his butt . I remember people asking about what Ted Kennedy was doing, when he was consulting his lawyers , instead of trying to help Mary Jo Kopechne
          Someone came up with that video story , and the plan to arrest the guy who made it . It didn’t concoct itself .

    • fembotsforobama says:

      The Coasting President:

  3. myiq2xu says:

    Chris Matthews: Obama Scandals Aren’t Scandals – They’re ‘Kerfuffles’

  4. yttik says:

    I like Kevin, he makes you think outside the box. It may not be factually true or something you can prove, but he does make some good speculations. Obama having a tryst with Reggie Love would make him almost human and subject to human failings. Obama really is more like a coke addict, self centered, narcissistic, delusions of power, irritable.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    I think it’s time we pool all our cookie jar money and buy Newsweek 😀

    http://variety.com/2013/digital/news/iac-seeking-buyers-for-newsweek-exclusive-1200488681/#!1/universal-studios/

    We couldn’t do worse.

  6. jeffhas says:

    See, I actually think they were all dithering for those hours… Maybe sh*tting their pants that they knew they could not do anything because if the campaign… So they chose paralysis… ‘Hoping’ they could spin the outcome, whatever happened.

    … But, the ‘do not disturb’ sign President is also plausible I suppose.

    That’s my speculation…..

  7. votermom says:

    I started the day by dropping a raw egg on my foot.
    That’s what I get when I try to make breakfast before getting my caffeine.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Now that the definition of a First World Problem 😉

      • Lulu says:

        I dropped a coffee mug when the puppy went crazy barking at a glass door overlooking the deck. I hopped over the shards and went to see what the hell was going on. A gigantic snake was on the deck and I couldn’t see the head or rattles. Then realized my foot was bleeding on the carpet. I had been awake five minutes. Ugh. It was a bull snake and I found a band aid. Then I had to clean up the messes. I really wanted a shot of vodka but I don’t drink.

        • DeniseVB says:

          At least you didn’t step on an IED 😛 Glad you’re okay, snakes and glass shards are definitely a bad way to start the day. For me, it’s having to answer the door before putting my bra on 😀

          • myiq2xu says:

            For me, it’s having to answer the door before putting my bra on

            For me it’s waking up in the gutter. You can’t just pull the covers over your head and go back to sleep.

            Cops busting down the door is a rude awakening too.

        • driguana says:

          Ouch…literally and figuratively! As Indiana Jones once said….”Why’d if have to be snakes. I hate snakes!” I really dislike snakes having spent a good bit of time in equatorial West Africa where they are mean Mo Fo’s….not to mention deadly! Since being back in South Florida I have now seen a snake almost every day…granted, they are little garden or garter snakes but still, to me, a snake in the grass is still a snake in the grass….know what I mean?…and that’s not to mention the two-legged varieties all over the place!

          I’ll drink to that for you, Lulu!

  8. votermom says:

  9. yttik says:

    This is off topic, but for 12 years now I’ve been complaining about how we just keep killing the Taliban No 2. We never kill the first in command, the number three, or a couple of peons, nope, it’s always the No 2 guy. This guy is like a zombie, we’ve killed him 47 times since Bush was in office and he just won’t die. We just got him again:

    “Taliban’s No. 2 in Pakistan reportedly killed in American drone strike”

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/05/29/american-strike-drone-kills-4-militants-in-pakistan-officials-say/#ixzz2UgntR67w

  10. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      He’ll be sued back into the insurance nightmare, I think it’s happened before when doctors go rogue putting their patients before the bottom line.

      • lyn says:

        Cash does cut costs for provider and patient. I went to an acupuncturist who charged $25 more a session if I had insurance. The chiropractor did the same. I now go to an acupuncturist who gives me a $10 discount per session when I pay cash for four treatments ($200).

      • elliesmom says:

        What’s likely is that he’ll lose his admitting privileges at the local hospital.

        • He’s a family practitioner, so he likely didn’t have or need privileges anyway. I personally wish more doctors would do this because it would ultimately make basic health care more affordable. I’d prefer to pay for basic health care out of pocket, and reserve insurance for major health issues. I think it’s a better economic model.

  11. Anthony says:

    Here’s an explanation:

  12. HELENK says:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/05/is_a_revolution_in_the_offing.html

    WOW this article is a must read and makes you think

    • votermom says:

      I’m tweeting it , thanks for the link.

    • Thanks for that link. Methinks the successful 2016 candidate will be the one that puts forth the most believable solution to dealing forthrightly with the I-religion and it’s adherants and professional deniers

    • DeniseVB says:

      WOW indeed. Our whole form of government is going down that rabbit hole under our feckless leader. It’s why I’m glad I’m on the side with the guns.

    • Constance says:

      “When British Prime Minister David Cameron says that the beheading of a British soldier is an insult to Islam, when the police stand by in Stockholm while Muslim youth burn cars, and when President Barack Obama tells us that the Fort Hood massacre was an example of workplace violence, the inadvertent messages they send is that they are more concerned about protecting Islam than protecting everyone else. And the mixture of silence and euphemism with which a compliant media advances these ideas only reinforces public cynicism.”

      Very true. Also there is nothing elite about the self appointed elite. They are nothing but ordinary elitists and they are incompetent as the government and financial institutions they control don’t function well.

    • leslie says:

      Really good post, Cynthia.
      I commented, but couldn’t figure out how to leave the comment as anything other than “anonymous”.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Glad I’m not the only one blogspot challenged 😀 I’ve even worked with MOTUS’ tech to no avail. I’m that hopeless.

    • HELENK says:

      Did not agree with the lady on many things. Very sorry to see her step down. We need more strong women who speak out.
      The trashing of women in political life has to be fought against every day until it no longer is a powerful weapon.

    • votermom says:

      ITA- sexism against Bachmann is really overt.
      I tweeted a link to your post.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Cynthia, since blogspot seems to give me fits,my fault, not yours, I tweeted your post.

      I think it was a woman at a tea party rally, when discovering we were both Democrats and had a “what brought you here” moment, that we felt we had more in common with this group than differences. And if we just concentrated on those things we might just accomplishment something.

      MB took a lot of bullets for the “team”, but nobody hated her more than N.O.W., and it was confusing.

    • elliesmom says:

      I taught science, not civics, but I always cautioned my students about revealing TMI on those questionnaires that go out every year starting as early as middle school. I also suggested they not post pictures of themselves online doing illegal things. I always added the caveat that the better choice was not to do illegal things to begin with. I only had one parent ever complain, and that was on the grounds that I was implying my students had something to hide. Six months later her kid was in front of a judge for selling drugs under the bleachers. She still avoids me in the grocery store, and that had to be at least 10 years ago. I have no idea if his answers on the questionnaire put him on the radar or not, but it wouldn’t surprise me.

      • yttik says:

        We were sneaky when we were school. Everything can and will be used against you….

        I don’t know wth happened. About 20 years ago everything shifted and today kids seem determined to share everything. TMI!!

  13. HELENK says:

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/55529

    dishonoring our veterans.
    They deserve better

    the backtrack scandal that is not making the MSM

  14. leslie says:

    So I hear Jonathan Turley is calling for AG Holder to be fired. (now on FoxNews)

  15. HELENK says:

    I am a Phillies fan. always was and always will be.

    The bombing victims throwing out the first pitch at several Boston Red Socks games is a great thing. Good for the victims, Good for the people of Boston. A great reminder to our enemies we come back stronger then ever

    • DeniseVB says:

      Even this diehard NYY fan was touched by the love New Yorkers (me) gave Boston(masshole hubby). I think the Yankees were on the road at the time, but had Sweet Caroline played after the 3rd inning at one of their games. My favorite solidarity sign was the “NYY (hearts) B” posters that went up all over the city.

  16. HELENK says:

    http://redalertpolitics.com/2013/05/29/watch-people-sign-thank-you-irs-card-for-targeting-tea-party-groups/

    this makes me want to cry. what the hell is happening to my country. so many willing to give up rights that many fought to keep

    • DeniseVB says:

      Low information voters ? OFA? Consider the source 😉 Not to worry, remember the WH Petition site when only 25k signatures were required to get a WH response? Then the states (I think all of them?) petitioned a request to secede from the Union? Then the WH upped the sig requirements to 100K ? Which I think Texas a few others did achieve?

      Not worried, email harvests come in all forms, but loved the secession petitions 😀

  17. HELENK says:

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2530298?slideout=1

    so if you become successful in this country , both sides of the aisle target you

  18. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Whoa. I know I keed worrying about talking a walkie sans burka, but sh*t’s getting real.

      And yes, I’m going there, Glenn Beck’s been right all along? They’re HERE.

      • votermom says:

        Immigrant gangs are a common thing, right? But usually the immigrants feel pressure to assimilate and that eats away at the gang phenomenon.

      • driguana says:

        Haven’t always liked Beck’s style but have always admired that he has had the courage to bring up real hard stuff and stick with it. and, as you point out, he has frequently either been right or at least on the right track.

  19. HELENK says:

    dodging and weaving, dancing as fast as he can

  20. votermom says:

    LOL

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