Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
Here's the Benghazi ad that I'd like to see:

Exterior, night. A hangar at an airbase. Troops are suited up and ready to go, sitting on the tarmac.

Distress Call
(Voice Over, with static and combat noises in background)
We're getting killed here. We need backup.

Same: Closer shots on troops, looking anguished.

Distress Call
(Voice Over, with static and combat noises in background)
They're in the compound! I have a laser on the mortar. Can you get us a Spectre? Anything?

Exterior, night. Long shot on Spectre gunship, sitting on tarmac.

Interior, Spectre cockpit. The pilot and copilot are sitting, idle.

Distress Call
(Voice Over, with static and combat noises in background)
The ambassador is down! I say again, the ambassador is down!

Interior, Joint Operations Center at AFRICOM. Staffers at work stations, listening to the voice over, looking grim.

Distress Call
(Voice Over, with static and combat noises in background)
For God's sake, do something! We're dying here! Where is the president? Who's in charge?

Cut to:
Interior, Las Vegas fundraiser. Obama is onstage, grinning and playing the crowd.

Announcer
(Voice Over)
On September 11th, 2012, a planned attack on the United States Consulate in Libya resulted in the deaths of the ambassador and his security detail. The ambassador's request for additional security had been denied. The fight went on for over six hours, while US military forces within range of the fight were ordered to stand down, despite multiple requests for support. Why? Because rescuing them would have been embarrassing to an administration that didn't want to admit that al Qaeda is still conducting combat operations. They were Americans, serving their country, and they were left to die. Forget about the rest of the campaign, forget about who ate a dog and who is cutting funding to Big Bird. Forget the trivia and remember this: That Americans, serving their country, were left to die because the Obama administration didn't want to admit that they were fighting for their lives. If they couldn't trust their commander in chief, can you?
I'd love to see it but don't you realize we are much too delicate for such a mean spirited (albeit truthful) ad?