Friday, May 10, 2013

Who's Got Our Back Now?

After the latest hearings on the terrorist attack in Benghazi, some are experiencing tremors in the public trust.

Mr. Hicks revealed many eye-opening details.

We found out that the CIA and the State Department had editorial privilege over much of the reporting in the Mainstream Media.

A video was falsely accused of being the catalyst.

The attack was planned well in advance.

Instead of US Marines, Secretary of State Clinton hired local security personnel, some of whom may (or may not) have been linked to Ansar al-Sharia, the Al Q'aeda affiliate who conducted  the attack.

Through all of this, many people are feeling less and less confident in the executive branch. They couldn't protect Ambassador Stevens. That is one of the primary missions certain military units train to do.

So, to quote a song by Creed, "Who's got my back now..."

The song echoes one particular line over and over. It applies to Benghazi as well as so many other issues, such as Fast and Furious, during this administration: 

"What is the truth, now? Tell us the truth, now!"

This all leaves us wondering if we will ever really know what happened and why. But the evidence before us already is pretty damning.

Many are calling for impeachment.

They forget that the majority party in the US Senate bends its knee to Obama, their messiah.

Impeachment may be a pipe dream.

So, who's got our back?

Look to the "maverick" senators and representatives who are so vilified by the mainstream media.

Look to Paul Ryan.

Look to Senator Ted Cruz.

Look to Mike Lee and Rand Paul.

We need to look at Darryl Issa. 

They don't have our backs. No. They are deep in the fight. We need to have their backs so they know their being in the fight is appreciated.

It is up to us, the citizens, to remind our elected representatives to do their jobs. We need to point at these men and say "See! That is how it's done!". 

"All that has been devastated can be recreated..."

So, who has our backs?

Well, if you are a conservative, I have your back.

At times I may not 100% agree with you. That is more than fine, it is cool. But I will back you when you want your voice heard.

Erick Erickson, I have your back.

Brandon Morse, I have your back.

Dana & Chris Loesch, I have your backs.

Kurt Schlichter, Brodigan, Fingers, Sarah Marie, Pam Geller, Michelle Malkin... I've got your backs.

YOU! Yes You, reading this. Just because you are not named specifically, don't feel left out. I've got your back.

Now, I ask:  Who's got my back, now?